“Many Canadians with vision loss are sitting out much of life on the sidelines. But it doesn’t have to be that way.”
TWIN’s last show in Winnipeg before heading out on US tour fills popular Wolseley Cafe.
Assiniboine Park Zoo’s McFeetors Heavy Horse Centre educates and entertains year round.
Exhibit marks the first time all Manitoba Treaty medals will be presented as a group at Manitoba Museum.
The 31st Annual Brandon Folk, Music & Art Festival was a big hit with fans young and old.
Games prove that people with disabilities embody athletic excellence and achieve great success in life when barriers are removed.
Artist who painted a tribute to Cecil the Lion on his Wolseley garage is creating inspiring mural on the south wall of Telesky Taxidermist.
“People are becoming more involved in the cultural scene. In Winnipeg, I see people are more emotionally responsive to performers and openly show more appreciation for the dancers.”
Broadway Neighbourhood Centre’s Kids Cooking program demonstrates kids often choose healthy foods if given the option.
Internationally acclaimed guitarist was featured in one of 30 free shows presented at Assiniboine Park’s Lyric Theatre this summer.