Whether you grew up in Winnipeg, Neepawa or Clear Lake, the cinema likely played a big role in your childhood. Here’s a chance to check out some of your old haunts.
The evidence shows that older drivers are not the group responsible for the most accidents, but it should be clear by now that all of us should have to pass more than one driving test in our lifetime.
On November 7 Alpha House, a home for women who have left abusive partners, will hold its 17th annual fundraiser dinner.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is responsible for the safety of what we buy, but they’re being pushed around…The rest of us meat eating Canadians should seriously do more ‘due diligence’ when shopping for that next barbeque.
A new exhibit called, Dinosaurs Unearthed, combines the latest scientific research with state of the art, life-sized animatronic dinosaurs.
How many of us have made the trek east, to our neighbor past Kenora. We don’t hear a lot about our neighbor to the east, we are more obsessed with making fun of the provincial cousin to the West.
The choice among young people is clear, we cannot stand by and watch another one of our classmates, friends or family members fall victim to hopelessness and commit suicide.
Approximately 70 paintings, antiques, soapstone carvings and home décor items donated by local artists, the business community and individuals will be sold at the Jubilee Fund auction.
Although grasses dominate the prairies, it is the flowers that capture our eyes. The problem is that prairie plants and pollinators are among the rarest in Canada as little of their original habitat remains.
Claudette Michell was a mother, grandmother, cultural educator, pipe and drum carrier, storyteller, sun dancer, community helper, mentor, researcher, and coordinator.