Since opening in September, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights has attracted visitors by featuring stories about the quest for human rights in Canada and around the world.
Can we please agree on a form of communication that most of us can accept as ‘important’ and urgent?
It was New Year’s Day 56 years ago when the Rose Bowl I was watching on a black and white TV was interrupted with news of a regime change in Cuba.
This Remembrance Day, we recall April 1951 when Lt. Col. Jim Stone issued orders to his men. “No retreat, no surrender.”
Marty Dolin presses Manitoba Government to provide health care for US war resister Joshua Key, currently living in Winnipeg.
A rare collection of documents passed down through generations reveals a fascinating history shared by many Manitoba Mennonites.
One of Winnipeg’s favourite rock’n’roll sons jams with the WSO for three concerts.
Food prices are on the rise yet farmers have less income; all the while the future of Canada’s wheat marketing system remains a mystery.
The knives are out at the Mennonite Heritage Centre Gallery and over 130 people showed up on opening night.
The first public consultation meeting into the fate of the Arlington Street Bridge showed some redevelopment ideas are already off the table.