This year’s Manitoba Philanthropy Awards honoured the Mauro Family, whose aim in giving is to reach those in most need and to foster social justice.
Known for its toughness in all kinds of weather, the grey jay, or whiskey jack, awaits official designation from Canadian politicians.
New public artwork by Bill Pechet entitled “heaven between” will be unveiled on Broadway’s boulevard, as Winnipeg leads the way in embracing public art.
The vast majority of us do our best to pretend that the story doesn’t even exist, but that’s getting harder to do.
Free bi-monthly magazine devoted to the Winnipeg jazz scene “pays the rent” by showcasing up and coming talent.
Memorial lecture series has been inspiring female artists for more than 15 years.
Human Rights Hub and Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties create unique opportunity for a more just future.
After much preparation, the paintings are hung, the sculptures are displayed and the bright, airy feel of the new space sets off the art pieces well.
Four District Model, passed by city council in 2003, closed several local police stations, yet built just two of three promised neighbourhood stations.
While moral dilemma has reviewer tied up whether to attend concert, one look at ticket prices seals the deal.