As debates go, it was hardly a food fight. The proposals offered by the various candidates seemed to complement one another, rather than to be at odds.
Friday night at the Gas Station Theatre and the stars of the evening were having their strings pulled by some pretty creative people.
The discovery of Tina Fontaine’s remains in the Red River has renewed the call to address the injustice of Canada’s missing and murdered women.
As an Arctic explorer, I wondered why Sir John Franklin wasn’t wearing a parka, or least ear muffs. “What a crazy Englishman” I thought as a 7-year-old kid.
It’s all about dreams – pulling together food and music in a way no individual could on his own – to make an amazing soup of people.
Site pays homage to origins of Canada’s community foundation movement while honouring the generosity of Winnipeg Foundation donors.
Artist Eunice McKay ingeniously uses a collage of images that she places into her painting of a homeless person’s shopping cart, to represent her own personal “wish list” for human rights.
Several months before Manito Ahbee, a unique fundraiser for this festival brought an understanding of traditional knowledge and sacred culture to many non-Aboriginal people.
Fort La Reine Museum in Portage la Prairie has a collection of photos of the John Lennon – Yoko Ono ‘bed-in’ that not many people have ever seen before.
Winnipeg’s Downtown Biz sponsored a two-hour debate featuring five of the 10 candidates in the 2014 mayoral election. Watch the entire debate here.