Yesterday, in Bonnycastle Park, I came across two women during lunch hour sitting on a bench talking about sex. I tried not to eavesdrop but it was too interesting not to.
Across the city, Winnipeggers came out to enjoy the beautiful weather and to celebrate Canada Day 2013.
Newspaper editors from across Canada were treated to an exclusive tour of the Canadian Museum For Human Rights, an architectural marvel set to open in 2014.
Not many women want to deal with diapers and milk bottles at 53. But this retired educator made a decision to adopt a child 11 years ago and has since single-handedly raised three other children.
The year’s largest, brightest moon lit the sky yesterday, which had shutterbugs everywhere taking many photos of Earth’s closest neighbour.
Event organizers went all out at making the event memorable and enjoyable to not just Christians but any proud Winnipegger who was there to get a peak of the new stadium.
Sean Miller says medical professionals wrote him off after his 2005 schizophrenia diagnosis. But today he’s healthy and happy thanks to his loving wife and an unconventional treatment.
A passion for making toys helps Russell Zaretski battle mental illness while pursuing his dream of building and selling board games, and the unique toys that go with them.
Rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers performed live at the MTS Centre recently to the delight of thousands of their fans.
On December 14, the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society holds its first Holiday Concert featuring artists like Flo Oramasionwu who received a Western Canadian Music Award.