For a quarter century, Rob McInnes has been helping connect large and small employers to diverse, skilled people with disabilities who are perfectly employable but may still have some difficulty landing a job.
If you’re planning to take your sweetheart out for that special dinner on Valentine’s Day, long time restaurateurs Terry and Sue Gereta might just have the romantic fare you’re looking for.
Hoffman’s death from what appears to have been a heroin overdose has shocked the world and those in the local film community who worked on “Capote” with him in Winnipeg ten years ago.
When an American healthcare journalist examines Canada’s medical system and compares it with the U.S., the results are surprising and insightful.
The 6th annual Canadian Sports Film Festival hit Winnipeg again this weekend where it kicked off at the Park Theatre on Friday night and included film screenings on a snowscreen at The Forks.
One day, the details of this failure to communicate will be revealed. Unfortunately for Ms. Melnick, it got her dropped from cabinet grace, ejected from the party and not welcomed at the NDP convention ball.
A plan to develop the south end of this neighbourhood will see possibly the biggest construction project here in years complete with stores, restaurants, apartments, entertainment venues, a seniors care home and a hotel.
We live in a winter city and most of the time we tough it out and get through it just fine. But sometimes there is an appalling lack of common sense when it comes to problems related to winter.
The pothole I named ‘Greg Selinger’ is back. Now instead of uttering profanity when I hit it, I think of a check mark. Am I satisfied or unsatisfied by the actions of the current party in power?
It was an incredible performance at Winnipeg’s Union Sound Hall recently as former Sonic Youth guitarist, Lee Ranaldo, joined other avant garde musicians for a concoction of atonal sounds and experimental music.