University of Winnipeg’s Oral History Centre provides access to training and equipment so Manitobans can collect stories which need telling.
I simply do not understand how supposedly fine, upstanding people make personal decisions to harm or kill animals.
The Queen’s representative in Manitoba has been turning heads in the course of his duties, “celebrating” in an official capacity during the final weeks of his term in office.
Frequent CNC feature writer turns to radio to continue telling stories she cares about.
The Wayne Arthur Gallery promotes local artists and houses unexpected treasures.
Local Metis writer will be featured alongside award winning poet from India.
Local historian tackles the history of television animation in a definitive book that’s climbing the non-fiction best seller list.
I put my affairs in order. I knew quite clearly there was risk in what I was doing. I was putting my life in the hands of strangers.
Winnipeg historian and freelance writer, David Perlmutter, completes the first ever academic and scholarly examination of the history of animated television, to be released on June 24.
When you make tea in your grandmother’s china cup and use your mother’s cookbook to find her hand-written recipe for cinnamon buns, you have accessed your most important heritage centre: your private museum, library and archives.