The 27th annual Winnipeg Fringe Festival opens today and runs until next Sunday, July 27, 2014.
Every second week in July, Winnipeg plays host to the largest and finest collection of roots musicians at what has become one of the premier entertainment events in North America.
The country’s first national survey exploring new citizens’ participation in Canadian sporting culture reveals how playing sports can advance integration.
Got a story to tell? Interested in learning how to be an online multi-media journalist? Then, you may want to check out the upcoming Community News Commons citizen journalism training sessions. Click on this story to access registration link.
With gardening season upon us, the Annual Garden Makeover Competition is back looking for the best in edible landscapes.
Presently, some of the most chronically homeless people in Winnipeg are being housed in the most expensive and inappropriate housing around. Now, a local task force aims to change this.
Five Red River College journalism students have written stories judged good enough to bear the names of two giants of Winnipeg journalism.
A groundbreaking Canadian study reveals that it is less expensive and more beneficial to find housing for people with mental illness rather than pay for the social problems that come with homelessness.
Just in time for the civic election in October 2014, the City of Winnipeg has launched a free Election mobile app, part of an online effort to engage the electorate.
A Red River College Creative Communications student has won a journalism award for a series she wrote on the subject of restorative justice, which she published on Community News Commons.