It may have been one of the coldest winters on record, but music lovers were fired up and kept warm by this year’s WSO New Music Festival.
Twelve months ago, the NHL was sputtering after the lengthy lockout, and fans were in an ugly mood. Now we are basking in the glow of what happened in Sochi, and dreaming of a Jets playoff run.
Literary obsessions, teen truckers and fairy tale rejections – find out what ten young women think about the state of the world as Sarasvàti Productions presents ten monologues by Canadian playwrights.
It’s Canada’s largest makerspace, providing the tools, expertise and workspace for numerous individuals and businesses needing to design, prototype and manufacture just about anything.
When Creative Communications student, Larissa Peck, decided to write a book about seniors, she didn’t realize how much she would learn from people more than three times her age.
“Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.” As we labour on through the winter from hell, that quote could also apply to the movement of grain on the prairies.
Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times investigative reporter, Michael Moss, was in town this week to talk about what food companies do to their products in order to hook us, one nacho chip at a time.
This is a book about seniors that encourages us to take a few minutes to slow down, to decaffeinate our lives, to look up from our screens and to be engaged by those around us.
We may be stuck in a deep freeze, but now is the time to plan that summer sea kayaking holiday. While many look to the west coast for this, there’s a hidden gem much closer to home.
One of the most spellbinding artists of our time, Buffy Sainte-Marie performs in Winnipeg on Tuesday, gracefully combining a high energy stage presence with cerebral songs that tell powerful stories.