Doors Open Winnipeg 2016 offered many different looks at city’s history, architecture and lore.
The desire to know one’s roots is an inexplicable, even primal desire. To touch the same walls, turn the same door handle, stand where forebears would have looked out the window, that’s immeasurable.
Three generations of Anishinaabe women are helping our community by sharing their personal story of overcoming the legacy of residential schools.
Winnipeg’s most famous intersection, soon to be re-opened to pedestrians, hosts popular Jane’s Walk.
Genuine journalists like Morley Safer of 60 Minutes fame are an ‘endangered species’.
Popular radio show, DNTO, wraps up two decades of unique and engaging storytelling.
Creative, interpretive, artistic and historic: Jane’s Walk tours provide rare opportunity to come together in the present while pulling from the past.
Councillors ignore sustainability guidelines as they push for demolition of PSB heritage building.
Professor who analyzed data from Manitoba towns that took part in 1970s Mincome Project explains why this idea has just as much relevance today.
UofWinnipeg associate prof and students look to local Indigenous community as they dig deep into plant research.