Funny thing happened to US project management expert Mike Clynes on his way to building the new stadium — he discovered the ‘gem’ he now calls home: Winnipeg.
Sistema Winnipeg held its first holiday concert at Crescent Fort Rouge United Church. More than 80 youngsters from grades one to four took part in this unique and valuable program.
First Nations families that bought their first homes recently have seen their investment increase an average $25,000 in just three years thanks to a new housing program.
Knight Foundation’s most recent blog looks at Community News Commons as a prime example of how partnerships are working well in the world of public media projects.
Friends and family of the late Claudette Michell are creating a trust fund for her children who she left behind when she died suddenly and tragically in October.
The YMCA-YWCA of Winnipeg has sent out the call for nominations for the 2012 Peace Medal. Nominations are being accepted until December 3, 2012.
Want to learn how to be a citizen journalist or pick up some new skills? Register for CNC’s FREE fall training sessions.
There was lots of good news for members of Winnipeg’s Nostalgia Broadcasting Cooperative at their Annual General Meeting on October 29.
The only newspaper of its kind that covers the Icelandic community in Manitoba and abroad, this modest publication has been publishing since the early years of Icelandic settlement in North America.
Community News Commons fall training workshops kicked off last night with a lively and engaging Advanced Writing workshop presented by Winnipeg Free Press columnist Dan Lett.