An interview with Debra Komar, forensic anthropologist turned true crime author, and guest at “Thin Air – Winnipeg International Writers Festival”.
If you’re easily offended or religious, be warned it’s loaded with profanity and no topic is taboo. The writers don’t just step over the line; they hurl themselves over it.
Perhaps Canada, and other countries, will one day apologize for a history of shameful behaviour.
Project part of bigger mandate of Rivers Train Station Restoration Committee to create sustainable tourism for municipality.
Land and water defenders from Manitoba have joined thousands of protesters in North Dakota.
Annual festival provides captivating glimpse into Winnipeg’s highly functional and collaborative design community.
Winnipeggers show their generosity to the David Foster Foundation that helps families cope with financial hardships caused by sickness.
Reminders of residential school fuels uneasiness over Jesuit school’s efforts to help Indigenous students.
Artists and public share art, thoughts and ideas on a solution to the Portage and Main pedestrian issue.
From Natural Burial to Why Fungi Matter, Home Brewing to Urban Beekeeping, Harvest Moon Festival offers outstanding learning sessions.