“People are becoming more involved in the cultural scene. In Winnipeg, I see people are more emotionally responsive to performers and openly show more appreciation for the dancers.”
Broadway Neighbourhood Centre’s Kids Cooking program demonstrates kids often choose healthy foods if given the option.
Internationally acclaimed guitarist was featured in one of 30 free shows presented at Assiniboine Park’s Lyric Theatre this summer.
Sometimes what it takes to understand something on this scale is to see its effects on the health of a single person or a community.
Summer Internship Program participant learns valuable skills at Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art.
Employees and customers told to leave store as police closed off streets to investigate a package that was made to look like a bomb.
Local racers reflect on the season, say goodbye to friends that they have made during the year, and wish others well in the upcoming fall Cyclocross season.
So far no one has been complaining since Win Gardner Place, located in Winnipeg’s North End, banned pop and energy drinks.
This year’s competition dedicated to Paul Lafrance whose battle with depression ended six weeks ago.
Winnipeg’s newest brew pub aims to offer locally brewed suds and great food in an elegantly rustic atmosphere on Pacific Avenue.