The NHL season is just a few days old, and already a serious injury caused by a fight reignites a debate that has dogged the sport for years. To fight or not to fight? That is the question.
Stereotypes about women and how they interact lead some to believe women can’t be friends with one another. The community at the Womyn’s Centre at the University of Winnipeg tells a very different story.
Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the coup d’etat and subsequent reign of terror in Chile, Winnipeg’s Chilean community held numerous educational and cultural events recently.
Living in the digital world presents challenges for anyone wishing to preserve a family history. There’s a lot more to it than just scanning and recording the contents of a shoebox full of records and photos.
After millions of dollars in capital investments and infrastructure improvements, Maples Collegiate is just one year away from opening the doors to a new modern and sustainable facility.
With voter turnout gradually falling, there has been a growing sense that it simply doesn’t matter whether we go to the ballot box or not. That wasn’t the case recently on the prairies.
With wrestling back in the Olympics for now, the sport has made several rule changes that have improved the matches considerably. For the sport to maintain it’s status, it will need to continue evolving.
Cats are a social media phenomenon. And with their pillow-like bodies and pudgy faces, fat cats are among the most popular. But having an overweight pet is no laughing matter.
I still occasionally have dreams in which I’m smoking. I wake up and for a few brief seconds, I imagine that I have a sore throat. That is truly a powerful psychological addiction.
Walter Spence drove two hours from Peguis First Nation Wednesday night to a hall in Lorette where 200 people listened to Justin Trudeau speak about the government’s responsibility to aboriginal people.