A new book and online teaching tool offered as a free download provides a unique perspective on the changes in journalism and how best to tell stories in the digital age.
The Manitoba Government is aiming to increase access to locally grown food with an $81-thousand investment in the Local Sustainable Food Procurement pilot project.
The Wilderness Committee is calling on the Manitoba government to fix an underground mine on the verge of collapse under Bernic Lake in eastern Manitoba.
Dr. Klaus Hochheim, a respected climatologist and research associate with the Centre for Earth Observation Science at the University of Manitoba, has died tragically in a helicopter accident in the Canadian Arctic.
The official launch of Winnipeg’s newest full time community FM radio station, 93.7 CJNU, was held on Wednesday morning as it began broadcasting via a brand new 500-watt transmitter.
An exhibit detailing atrocities suffered by LGBT people at the hands of the Nazis highlights the dangers of ignorance and hate, and promotes a world free of discrimination and oppression.
CJNU community radio station will become Winnipeg’s newest fully licensed 24-hour radio station, when it moves from 107.9 FM to 93.7 and broadcasts via a brand new 500-watt transmitter.
What made this year’s instalment so extraordinary was the way it embraced its 40th anniversary and showed itself to be North America’s premiere music festival.
A few scattered showers have done little to deter the excitement of thousands who have come out to Bird’s Hill Park this week to experience the 40th anniversary of The Winnipeg Folk Festival.
Opening night attracted thousands who not only came to hear great music, but to renew old acquaintances, enjoy some beautiful weather and get a look at a newly redeveloped festival site.