If you want to know what life was like 400 years ago, Creative Retirement Manitoba is expanding its educational programs to include a bus tour of some of the most famous historic spots in North America.
Shows like Bomb Girls are always destined to be ‘non-recurring events’ it seems. The cost to produce them is high and it’s cheaper to buy American shows off the shelf, as we have always done in this country.
‘Mo’Monday – as in motivational that is, not ‘mo’ as in moustache – was conceived in 2012 as a feel good evening that features music, speakers with heartfelt messages, and an all round great time.
Inclement weather did not deter those who participated in this year’s Seventh Generation Walk for Mother Earth held in support of the Voices of Indigenous Women and in solidarity with the Idle No More Movement.
In 1998, it looked like Woodhaven residents would see their tobogganing hill replaced by housing. But a kind gesture has ensured it will remain the pristine space it has always been in Sturgeon Creek Park.
Growing Active Kids will help young people in less advantaged neigbourhoods participate in all that the city has to offer, ensuring kids have the same opportunities as their peers across the city.
Every Spring, the Friends of the Winnipeg Library ask two people to pick their ten favourite books and tell two hundred brunch guests about those books and why they are known and loved.
The horrible casualties involving innocent civilians at the Boston Marathon gave us yet another grim reminder of how thankful we should be for the sacrifices made on our behalf by people in uniform.
Playing music is one of the elixirs of life and it’s something the Winnipeg New Horizons Band has discovered offering adults with limited musical experience the opportunity to create music.
It may be Earth Day today, but some businesses, like Assiniboine Credit Union, are responsible to the environment all year round. It’s why they’ve been chosen as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers.