While boomers watch hockey, the kids and grandkids tune into basketball instead, a worrisome prospect for Rogers who paid $5.2-billion for NHL broadcast rights.
Intelligence Quotient has long been the focus. Now, a University of Manitoba School of Medicine graduate encourages developing Emotional Intelligence instead.
When you mix technology with entertainment and design, you get ideas that are worth sharing.
Blending together bluegrass, folk, country and punk with some thrashing banjo licks.
The Senate report, released in Washington this past week, reaffirms treaties that forbid torture are not worth the paper they appear on.
Manitoba Chiropractors are once again coming together to help raise money, and pajamas, for children in need.
Opponents say proposed pipeline will encourage further development of Alberta tar sands and potentially unleash uncontrolled climate change.
On this December 10th Human Rights Day, Winnipeggers are focused on the concept of human rights and what it means to our community.
Programs promoting human rights are at the core of Foundation’s philosophy.
Winnipeg’s Steel Orchestra presents wonderful array of beautiful tones, while sharing the ‘steel pan’ with enthusiastic sold out audience.