The portrait of Queen Elizabeth that hung in the Winnipeg Arena from 1979 to 1999 is coming home thanks to two Manitobans.
Call it what you will – Land of the Living Skies, Roughrider Nation – this is likely the one place where the clocks will never change.
Very READ-y’s goal is to help start children on the path towards literacy and to wholesome and fulfilling lives.
Talented athlete and coach struggles with decision to announce his sexual orientation in a sports world filled with discrimination.
Win or lose, one can feel lucky to live in a country where you are given the chance to have your day in court.
You’ll go home with great art and a smile on your face, knowing folks living with HIV can continue to thrive in their loving transitional residence.
This week is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week and the focus is on busting many of the myths surrounding these conditions that afflict thousands of Canadians.
Charlene Brown’s sculptures and paintings blend colours and shapes in an abstract way, so the viewer can think outside the structure of realism and focus on the spirit, energy and expressions portrayed.
Never before has sexual orientation been so widely accepted in our society and in pop culture.
On the heels of several successful premieres, Rainbow Stage brings Sister Act to Manitoba for the first time.