It was on March 15 back in 44 BC when Julius Caesar was killed by his cohorts — not a good day for democracy. Fast forward to present day and the Federal Liberal Party also fails at democracy, missing a genuine opportunity to renew its party.
How often do we see only a fraction of the beauty that others offer so freely? Bias, habit and judgment keep us locked into a single viewpoint, unable to hang on to the eyes wide-open perspective.
Eating in Winnipeg is as diverse as it is excellent; and it’s not just the traditional restaurants that are great — so are the secret dinners.
A local café is providing meaningful employment for people with developmental or intellectual disabilities who often face societal challenges like isolation and discrimination.
I’m glad I found myself at RB Russell High School for our Transformative Writing class this week. I made a new friend with an amazing haircut and learned about a whole world of writing I never knew existed.
This was indeed my first hospital stay in more than sixty years, and I must take a moment to salute the folks who do all the chores that make the system work.
With the advent of spring comes a creative look at cycling in and around Winnipeg. Two filmmakers have made a video for Green Action Centre all about biking through beautiful neighbourhoods and parks.
How often do you walk into a comfortable, stylish fast food restaurant serving deliciously fresh, gluten-free options? If your answer is never, you haven’t been to Saigon Jon’s Vietnamese Kitchen.
Because Winkler has no liquor store, residents must drive over 10 kilometers to procure their libations. This is about to change, however, and soon the city’s 17 churches will no longer hold the monopoly as places where locals can renew their spirits.
The Supreme Court has reversed several lower court decisions giving Canada’s Métis an historic victory that found the federal government failed to honour a promise it made to the Métis people 140 years ago.