Voters encouraged to know the arts and culture platforms of each political party so that citizens can make informed choices at the polls.
The idea is for journalists covering health care to begin a dialogue with colleagues in other nations with the hope this exchange will foster the creation of more informed health news stories.
Six-time Olympic medal winner Clara Hughes urges Canada’s political leaders to start talking about issues surrounding mental health.
After their daughter was murdered 30 years ago, Wilma and Cliff Derksen chose a life long journey of forgiveness, gaining insights they will share in a unique course on the subject.
Whether it was ManyFest, Mantio Ahbee or Sherbrook Street Festival, Winnipeg was a happening place over the weekend and CNC photographers were there to capture the excitement.
When citizen reporter Vivian Ketchum came to the aid of an Indigenous woman who had been beaten, she soon realized how scared and vulnerable she felt when no one would stop to help.
Exhibit marks the first time all Manitoba Treaty medals will be presented as a group at Manitoba Museum.
Free multi-media workshops will help turn a story idea into an engaging work of online journalism.
Hard on the heels of CNC’s community forum “What’s Our Walk-ability?” the city is walking the walk.
Pedestrian friendly neighbourhoods and good community design will be examined in upcoming forum.