Two recent mayoral debates focused on poverty and inequality. Watch both debates in their entirety here.
Mayoral candidates debated environmental issues, including mitigating climate change, protecting green space, reducing waste, rapid transit and containing urban sprawl. Watch the entire debate here.
ArtsVote Winnipeg Mayoral Forum made it clear that Winnipeg’s creative community is watching and involved. Catch the entire debate here.
Dennis Edney recounts his experience defending Omar Khadr and discusses what this affair says about the state of human rights in Canada.
The discussion had the most innovative format to date for getting clear answers from the participants. Watch the entire debate here.
The hour-long event was the first time all the mayoral candidates participated in one debate, which had them going head to head on several issues. Watch the entire debate here.
As debates go, it was hardly a food fight. The proposals offered by the various candidates seemed to complement one another, rather than to be at odds.
Winnipeg’s Downtown Biz sponsored a two-hour debate featuring five of the 10 candidates in the 2014 mayoral election. Watch the entire debate here.
A recent forum held in downtown Winnipeg outlined what Aboriginal citizens of this city expect of their civic leaders who will be elected to office next month.
Two women leading the protest camp at Memorial Park discuss why they’re calling for a national inquiry in to missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada.