A facilitation and participation fair presented at the Winnipeg Art Gallery by the Arts and Disability Network of Manitoba receives high praise.
On December 14, the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society holds its first Holiday Concert featuring artists like Flo Oramasionwu who received a Western Canadian Music Award.
Winnipeg has produced many talented people over the years. One of our latest is Colleen Furlan.
Roller skating’s rich history in Winnipeg is remembered fondly by many who still gather today to visit, reminisce and most of all — roller skate.
Created in consultation with foodbank users, the play Empty aims to dispel myths about hunger in Winnipeg.
There was lots of good news for members of Winnipeg’s Nostalgia Broadcasting Cooperative at their Annual General Meeting on October 29.
The only newspaper of its kind that covers the Icelandic community in Manitoba and abroad, this modest publication has been publishing since the early years of Icelandic settlement in North America.
Whether you grew up in Winnipeg, Neepawa or Clear Lake, the cinema likely played a big role in your childhood. Here’s a chance to check out some of your old haunts.
A new exhibit called, Dinosaurs Unearthed, combines the latest scientific research with state of the art, life-sized animatronic dinosaurs.
The first ever celebration of professional artists with disabilities in Manitoba took place Wednesday, October 10 and Thursday, October 11, at The Winnipeg Art Gallery.