Helping people attain literacy allows them to cope with everyday life and to be a mechanism for social change.
Since opening in September, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights has attracted visitors by featuring stories about the quest for human rights in Canada and around the world.
In the mad rush toward Christmas, people are encouraged to take a few steps back from our consumer culture by sharing with those in need, this month and throughout the year.
If people took anything away from the 2014 Global Justice Film Festival, it was that ordinary people can make a difference.
Chew on This was a call to action for Canadians to work towards the eradication of poverty in their country through a commitment to better planning and coordination.
Inspiring and empowering students to help alleviate poverty and encourage education in the Third World is the focus of We Day 2014.
If you smell french fries nowhere near a fast food restaurant, you might think you’re imagining things. Or, you may discover a diesel car with the capacity to run on used vegetable oil has just driven by.
Voluntary simplicity is not just a temporary solution to a crisis but is rather a way of life.
It’s about getting back to the basics – reducing personal possessions to a minimum as a way to reduce the stress and strain of always having to work more to buy more.
The Monarch Butterfly Festival at the Living Prairie Museum was a treat for Winnipeggers who learned what they could do about the insect’s declining numbers.