Liberal leader Justin Trudeau spoke to party faithful last night in the Lorette Parish Hall where Terry Hayward was acclaimed as the Liberal candidate in Provencher’s upcoming federal byelection.
A trio of dedicated, hardworking volunteers from Winnipeg donates their time, expertise and equipment to those in need of dental work in the African village of Kitwe, Zambia.
“It’s a very visual fundraiser so people who may not know what happens inside the walls of St. Amant actually can see who lives here and what the people who live here are like.”
Winnipeg pet rescue shelter D’Arcy’s A.R.C relies on the efforts of volunteers, and on the support generated by an annual fundraising walk. This year, it raised $15,000 and attracted more dogs and their owners than ever before.
Hard as it is to believe, there was a time when football players could make more money in Canada than they could in places like New York and Chicago.
Over the past year, I’ve heard so many stories in my ventures through broadcast journalism. Sometimes you go in thinking you are going to hear one story, and leave hearing so much more.
For more than a decade, a Manitoba transportation expert has been the most prominent promoter of using airships fuelled with hydrogen as a more efficient and economic way to move goods.
The second annual running of the Dirty Donkey saw a 50% increase over last year despite it being a race through a hilly course in wet sloppy mud, where you crawl under barbed wire, through tunnels and climb over and under obstacles.
The more we read and hear about the proposed Charter of Values in Quebec, the less sense it makes out here on the prairies, or anywhere else in Canada, for that matter.
Since mom passed away, I’ve been dropping hints at dad suggesting he move into assisted living. His response was always the same. “No bloody way!” That’s why I was so surprised when he said, “I have just two words to say to you…”