A feature, in-depth interview with John Ralston Saul on what needs to be done to ensure First Nations, Inuit and Metis Peoples are included in the mosaic called Canada.
On May 3, 1915, a Canadian surgeon, Dr. John McCrae, wrote these words while sitting on the back of an ambulance in Belgium: “In Flanders Fields …”
A thin yellow band, two small diamonds and an elegant pearl; it’s not the stones, or gold that’s special, but the letters behind the ring.
Gordon Lightfoot treated Winnipeg to two sets at MTS Centre on Saturday night, where 4,500 people enjoyed the iconic performer in the intimate setting of a concert bowl.
‘Dancing Tragedies and Dreams’ connects Western and Arabic worlds; amplifies the cry of Palestinians for peace, human rights and social justice.
Winnipeggers will recognize the strong voices represented in John Ralston Saul’s latest nod to the vanguard of educated Indigenous thinkers and actors.
As neighbourhoods around Manitoba get ready for Halloween, a look at the holiday’s origins provides an interesting cultural history.
Apologies to my 10-year-old grandson, but every year seems to bring more reasons to dread that ancient ritual called Halloween.
They once elected a mascot in a monkey suit as mayor in an English town. Could it happen here?
A long and colourful history, and an exceptional modern day prowess, ensures the beaver will always be a part of our country’s identity.