The schedules for this year’s Winnipeg Folk Festival have been released and from the looks of it, there’s much to look forward to.
The insidious nature of targeted online advertising has many internet users concerned about their privacy and about the future of advertising.
FIFA Women’s World Cup hits Winnipeg just as women’s game takes on more prominence worldwide.
Items are donated all year and folks travel from near and far for the one day fundraiser which has earned a reputation as a destination event.
This week saw two announcements that may alter the future of sports in Toronto, but please don’t hold your breath.
Festival of New Works looks at playwright Daniel Thau-Eleff’s creative process in developing ‘Deserter’, based on experiences of war resister Joshua Key.
Childish nonsense should go the way of dwarf tossing and swallowing goldfish, and the few real journalists who are left can spend their time on stories that really matter.
Originally scheduled to play the Zoo, Van Damsel and Paisley will play with three other bands at the Purple Room on Saturday.
The St. Boniface Hospital’s Rejuvenation exhibition features artwork entries from staff, physicians, and volunteers.
Artist offers free workshop to people wanting to learn this ancient art.