Even with cold May weather, people came out in droves for some friendly competitive activity at the first of four such races this month.
When Iryna Rayevska first came to Winnipeg from Ukraine a few years ago to do her undergraduate studies, she never would have believed the prospects of going home would be so frightening.
Local production of Gilbert and Sullivan comedy opera offers exceptional entertainment from start to finish.
Cyclists are so obsessed with time that many in the local racing community spend thousands of dollars on equipment, thousands of hours training, and impeccable attention to managing aerodynamic flow.
If you’re looking for a unique and original gift for Mother’s Day, you may want to check out the 7th annual Wolseley’s Envision Festival of the Arts on Friday and Saturday.
Every year, Flavie-Laurent Centre (FLC) takes in over 7000 donations of clothing, furniture and housewares. These in turn, are distributed free of charge to thousands in Manitobans in need.
Singing has a tremendous ability to lift one’s spirit. And it’s the singing of Spirit’s Call Choir that welcomes new Canadians to their adopted homeland.
Despite having some of the finest airport facilities in the world, thousands of folks who live in Manitoba and Saskatchewan would rather drive 3 or 4 hours to Grand Forks or Minot to make their escape.
From classical pieces to Georgian folk to spirituals to Curtis Mayfield and Michael Jackson, Antiphony amazed the crowd with their arrangements.
Strathcona School’s Wrap of Awesomeness takes top prize in the Recipe for Success Video Cooking Contest.