Locally organized event searches for the many ideas in Winnipeg that will be a driving force for change and a starting point for inspiration, creativity, innovation, and uniqueness.
We’re almost at the halfway point of the Canadian Football League season, and something is missing.
Kids attending the afterschool program at On the Move expand their palates and food knowledge, make better food choices – and love every minute of it.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s after-school program provides kids with engaging programming, great role models and nutritious snacks.
Grassroots Indigenous Water Defence walkers go the distance in fight against proposed pipeline.
University of Winnipeg’s Oral History Centre provides access to training and equipment so Manitobans can collect stories which need telling.
The entire Rainbow Stage family is continually striving to provide the best musical theatre experience possible – and you can help.
I was once warned to never put anything in an e-mail, unless I was prepared to read it on the front page of my local newspaper.
North End Community Renewal Corporation’s Picnic In The Park was planned and coordinated with help from a Summer Internship participant.
“Many Canadians with vision loss are sitting out much of life on the sidelines. But it doesn’t have to be that way.”