Investigative reporter David Barsamian was in Winnipeg recently where he spoke to the National Campus & Community Radio Conference about journalism in the 21st century.
The compelling story of how Heather Garden went from being crippled with MS to achieving a full recovery by using alternative health methods and by adopting a different way of looking at her healing.
A debate over the Manitoba government’s proposed hike in the Provincial Sales Tax heard the measure would have more support if the NDP held a referendum and put the money raised directly into the coffers of local municipalities.
There’s no bigger political story this year in Manitoba than the proposed increase in the Provincial Sales Tax. Tonight, all sides square off in a special CNC / Free Press debate.
A group of Manitobans are in Louisville this weekend to attend that city’s Festival of Faiths, learn about compassion and spend an afternoon with His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.
Community News Commons is offering 17 FREE training workshops from April 22 to May 29 for anyone who wants to become citizen journalists in Winnipeg or Manitoba. Each session is unique and will cover writing, photography, videography and more. New this spring, every Wednesday there will be a practicum session at the Winnipeg Free Press…
Red River College and Manitoba Education have launched a pilot project that provides Winnipeg youth a hands-on introduction to work as electricians, carpenters and welders.
Growing Active Kids will help young people in less advantaged neigbourhoods participate in all that the city has to offer, ensuring kids have the same opportunities as their peers across the city.
It may be Earth Day today, but some businesses, like Assiniboine Credit Union, are responsible to the environment all year round. It’s why they’ve been chosen as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers.
With the advent of spring comes a creative look at cycling in and around Winnipeg. Two filmmakers have made a video for Green Action Centre all about biking through beautiful neighbourhoods and parks.