While a former PUB chairman questions Manitoba Hydro’s economic viability, one wonders why the province doesn’t sell more hydropower to it’s western neighbours.
Over 600 people attended Community Foundations of Canada’s national conference opening ceremony, which focused on Aboriginal partnerships.
A Wolseley-based kitten rescue and cat colony management organization may be closing its doors if additional funds can’t be raised.
Since November 2011, a dedicated group of community members has been meeting at the corner of Selkirk and Powers to build peace, support the community and set an example.
Over 600 national and international community leaders will gather in Winnipeg for the Community Foundations of Canada national conference, from June 6 to 8.
If we continue to live without taking action – nothing will change. If we follow Compassionate Louisville and the teaching of great thinkers and leaders, amazing things can happen.
A tour for five teachers hailing from Nunavut is enhanced when they get a special peek at some of the Museum’s rare collections of Inuit clothing and artwork.
Most politicians would rather endure the Senate Scandal any day compared to the nightmare that is the abortion debate. It’s unfortunate because there is much that should be debated.
Despite a chilly morning, 350 people learned some of the skills necessary to live off the land at the inaugural Homesteader Fest on June 1.
Summer is finally here and many are thinking about keeping the grass green and the flowers blooming. But how we maintain our lawn and garden can significantly impact our health and the environment.