The underlying premise of CHALK 4 Peace might best be summed up in a statement attributed to Mahatma Gandhi in 1937: “There is no way to peace; peace is the way.”
Annually, citizens of Winnipeg commemorate the suffering and the deaths of the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki caused by the atomic bombing of those cities.
A northern Manitoba First Nation faces off against Manitoba Hydro to bring light to their crisis of overcrowded, unsafe, and inadequate housing.
I ran into several members of the Darfur Association on Saturday afternoon. They were bearing placards and chanting for an end to the violence in Darfur.
Churchill MP Niki Ashton criticized the federal government for having “…cut the programs that would help to be part of the solution.”
More than 600 indigenous women in Canada have gone missing or been murdered in recent years.
Several hundred Winnipeggers marched from the Forks National Historic Site to the TD Centre near the corner of Portage and Main in support of a call by the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs for a national public inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada. Among the many speakers was Winnipeg City Councillor Ross Eadie…
Bill C-38, the federal government’s omnibus bill that passed June 14, continues to generate controversy and opposition across Canada. In Winnipeg, opposition has been particularly lively in past weeks. Canada Day saw demonstrations in Winnipeg and 11 other Canadian centres. In Winnipeg, citizens held a Funeral for Canada in the Osborne Village neighbourhood, a display…