The Auxiliary Cadets, an arm of the Winnipeg Police Services, are creating a buzz in our city that is drawing attention from other cities across Canada interested in emulating Winnipeg’s program.
When an employer invests in the general wellness of the business and all who are involved, energy is increased, productivity improves, job stability is created and positivity spreads to everyone.
The Bombers said they had a plan to take care of all the concerns about getting to the game on time. Opening night was quite simply a ‘nightmare’ and it’s unclear what can be done to fix it in a hurry.
If we approach reconciliation and philanthropy in a collective and respectful manner we can move forward in a way that benefits both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.
The Food Security Network Gathering, a free event open to all on June 17, will feature presentations about programs involving food security.
They look so healthy, so young. They are non-smokers, who exercise, eat well and don’t work with hazardous materials. Yet, many are diagnosed with lung cancer and they are the reason for this week’s Inspire for Life Walk at The Forks.
When you know the name of your neighbour there is less crime, you are healthier, and you are more resilient in a time of crisis. To have a healthy city you must have healthy communities.
Filipinos in The Maples neighbourhood celebrated their day of liberation with the ‘Araw ng Kalayaan’ commemoration ceremony held at Maples Collegiate.
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.