They call it Sunset Country, and in August it starts to set a lot sooner. After about the middle of the month, lots of the ‘summer people’ as they’re referred to by the locals pull their boats out of the water, and that’s it for the season.
Every year, people gather at Memorial Boulevard in Winnipeg to commemorate the horrific atomic bombings of Japan in the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during the final month of World War II.
An exhibit detailing atrocities suffered by LGBT people at the hands of the Nazis highlights the dangers of ignorance and hate, and promotes a world free of discrimination and oppression.
Bonny Hill’s journey through the Copper Canyon region of Northwestern Mexico unexpectedly became a solo journey, but the spirited 60-year-old didn’t let that slow her down.
CJNU community radio station will become Winnipeg’s newest fully licensed 24-hour radio station, when it moves from 107.9 FM to 93.7 and broadcasts via a brand new 500-watt transmitter.
A chance encounter with a less fortunate former classmate serves as a reminder to always do ‘what’s Important now’ and to not let slip away any opportunities to be compassionate.
Police regard the current law as a nuisance and a waste of their time. Most often when they find someone with less than 30 grams of mary jane, they tell them to just get rid of it, and be more careful.
I am impressed by the bravery and camaraderie of the men I saw protesting outside the Masonic Lodge. They were small but mighty; proof that you don’t need a horde to have free speech.
“Way-Off Broadway Cabaret Collective” is an apt description of this locally based ten-piece musical ensemble that is currently presenting “Chansons d’Amour – A Parisian Cabaret”.
The minority separatist government of Pauline Marois will soon introduce a Charter of Quebec Values, which may prohibit the wearing of all religious headwear and other personal religious symbols in all public institutions.