This year’s amazing Wonderful Wedding Show at the Winnipeg Convention Centre offered a first step to help plan that magical day of your dreams.
With the Super Bowl just two weeks away, Kraft put out an alarm: there’s a shortage of Velveeta! How can this be? The notice came just after New Year’s. Can you say marketing opportunity?
When anxiety prevented Laurie Green from getting a job as a social worker, the single mom turned to art. With the help of Artbeat Studio, she’s become a popular artist who is enjoying some critical success.
Thanks to the generosity of its donors, The Winnipeg Foundation announced it was able to grant more than $21.3 million to 803 charities in 2013.
In the city’s 2014 budget discussion, a property tax hike is proposed. Mayor Sam Katz defends the increase, saying taxpayers want better roads and will pay more to have them. This begs the question: what are we paying for now?
Julian Kirchmann is one of seven Artbeat Studio alumni participating in the 24-Hour Art-a-thon, an event to raise money for Artbeat Studio, an organization that supports artists living with mental illness.
Because of two bye-elections taking place in rural Manitoba later this month, the government is refusing to release the report of a major public inquiry into the death of 5-year-old Phoenix Sinclair.
Youth at risk in Winnipeg will get a fighting chance to improve their lives thanks to a new endowment fund created by the Winnipeg Police Service through The Winnipeg Foundation.
In the midst of a Winnipeg heat wave, runners gathered again this weekend for yet another evening of winter fun — a scenic race along Winnipeg’s groomed footpaths.
Building on local strengths is the key to cooling medical hot spots, which are areas where just a handful of citizens cost the health care system millions of dollars per year.