A new online presence for local artists is created to showcase art mediums and works of artists in Winnipeg and surrounding areas, and to have Winnipeg recognized as the Art Capital of Canada.
A camp where LGBTT youth can experience summer camp offers a safe place for young people, often the most in need of friendship and a positive environment.
The anger that followed the release of the budget in Manitoba was nasty, and it’s not about to go away. Next time a politician promises he won’t raise taxes, don’t believe him.
Manitoba’s Communicator of the Year designed a promotional campaign that used just four dollars in materials and took a few hours of painstaking work.
Community Foundation of Canada’s Ian Bird looks forward to CFC’s upcoming convention in Winnipeg where he says Canadians will see how community foundations can help build a better country.
Medical errors kill 24,000 Canadians each year, adversely affect hundreds of thousands, and cost close to two billion dollars. A new book focuses on victims of medical errors and their families.
I lost one of my heroes and distant mentors earlier this month when Roger Ebert died at the age of 70. For more than 45 years, he churned out movie reviews in the Chicago Sun-Times, but he was much more than that.
Short-term religious missions trips are becoming increasingly popular. It’s a trend that assumes we are using our resources to help others, but is this actually what we are doing?
While many wait for a spring that refuses to arrive, a small few are happy about the big thaw’s late arrival; those include commercial fishers who every winter take to frozen lakes that are teeming with fish.
Watching sports events at venues other than the arena in which they are being played is becoming a more attractive option for many fans looking for a more comfortable experience.