Winnipeggers are fiercely proud of our city and no one likes the fact that we are often portrayed as the child poverty capital of Canada. To say the least, the situation is very challenging. How can we as individuals have an impact?
Red River College held a sneak peek of its soon-to-be opened Paterson GlobalFoods Institute earlier this week — and what a peek it was!
Crush Hunger – A Monster Jam Canada Food Drive – took place on October 3, 2012 to collect food for Winnipeg Harvest. Unfortunately, attendance was not what had been expected.
Manitoba leads the nation in the volume of pork that’s produced for export. The industry says many producers will go out of business, unless government helps them with a $150 million bailout package.
September’s harvest has provided an opportunity for me to capture a few great moments in the gardens of my neighbourhood.
This is peak season as local growers gather to sell their produce before winter. And with this activity comes the ongoing debate over whether eating locally grown food is best.
The Scandinavian Cultural Centre celebrates their 50th anniversary.
Veggie burgers have become more than just simulations of meat burgers, they have very little similarity other than the round shape of the patty.
Driving across the prairies at this time of year has always been a wonderfully Canadian experience for me.
Some of the first citizen journalists to create and post content on Community News Commons have been Red River College students.