Child Haven Internatonal has a champion in Winnipeg, who is helping provide food, shelter, clothing and health care to orphaned children and destitute women.
Once a month, Winnipeggers gather to share inspirational and motivational stories from their lives.
Thinking about the “subjugation of our native peoples,” he says, “really got me going.”
The plight of Aboriginal women and children, today and in the past, is the focus of the work of three artists participating in this year’s human rights showcase gallery.
The Wayne Arthur Gallery promotes local artists and houses unexpected treasures.
Summer is a great time to visit cottage country, and one of the more popular destinations is Gimli.
This year’s FemFest theme is “power” and it is through this lens that the festival will explore the experiences of seniors.
Now in its third year, this annual guided tour of downtown Winnipeg is a treat for shutterbugs and history buffs.
What would it be like to be a prisoner tortured at Guantanamo Bay? One filmmaker finds out the hard way.
An act of heroism 500 years ago lives on today in the work of a Winnipeg artist taking part in a showcase on human rights, commemorating the opening of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.