Festival features art for sale, music, dances, theatre, readings and more.
University of Manitoba scientists win top prize for their AI-based software, Qubist, that optimizes floor layouts for casinos.
It may only take an hour and a half to build a little free library, but the community that builds around it lasts for years to come.
Unique performance troupe, STOMP, just as entertaining today as they were 20 years ago.
Winnipeg artist Sari Habiluk is flying solo for the first time.
Garrick Centre crowd loves pop band, even if some observers find their stuff a little boring.
Two choral powerhouses join forces to present “HOPE” – a benefit concert in support of mental health services.
Franco Manitoban destinations, such as La Belle Baguette, operated by chef-owner Alix Loiselle, prepare to welcome visitors to 2017 Canada Summer Games.
Science Rendezvous shows you don’t have to be a nerd to be interested in science.
“Her goal in life was to help make people aware of the power of music and to awaken their souls to its beauty and in turn bring out excellence in all she inspired.”