Ever since an anonymous donor helped him attend university, Raymond Currie has spent his life helping others; now he’s been recognized by the Governor General as a Caring Canadian.
Newspaper editors from across Canada were treated to an exclusive tour of the Canadian Museum For Human Rights, an architectural marvel set to open in 2014.
Winnipeg has hitched its green wagon to Emterra Waste Management, a company that’s garnered many contracts across Canada, but the experience on the prairies has not been glowing.
Not many women want to deal with diapers and milk bottles at 53. But this retired educator made a decision to adopt a child 11 years ago and has since single-handedly raised three other children.
An historic walking tour of Winnipeg called, “Devour the District Tour” is definitely a feast on foot. This unique outing features excellent cuisine and some fascinating history.
After an exhaustive search, I couldn’t find one female who has ever called play by play in the major leagues of baseball, football or hockey – not one!
Roxy was crying outside the stadium. An elderly man suddenly offered her his two tickets for free. They couldn’t believe what was happening.
Investigative reporter David Barsamian was in Winnipeg recently where he spoke to the National Campus & Community Radio Conference about journalism in the 21st century.
There are three essentials to any meditation technique: relaxation, nonjudgement and witnessing. Meditation is about living in the here and now, being aware and not allowing your mind to take you into the future.
TV changed 14 years ago when a guy named Tony Soprano appeared. Played by James Gandolfini who died suddenly this week at the age of 51, Tony was a mobster who could have been your neighbour.