“Meals for kids is more than a meal. It’s basically to connect with the kids, get to know them better; they can share with us what is going on in their lives.”
The classic phrase “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” simply doesn’t apply in the digital world. Instead, it’s “release new and smarter products, or perish!”
The initiatives, ideas and resources emerging in city’s West End are impressive and it’s what makes this neighbourhood so special.
Seldom do independent films in Manitoba go straight to theatres, but local production company Zell-Koj Studio is confident in the audience of horror buffs it hopes to attract with its debut feature film.
Canadian governments have done little to address the crisis faced by autism families across the country.
New Canadians arriving in Winnipeg are introduced to their new country by volunteering at a rural music and art festival. What could be more Canadian than that?
While criminal Paul Bernardo will be allowed to vote in October’s general election, Order of Canada recipient Donald Sutherland will be denied that right because he lives outside the country.
I simply do not understand how supposedly fine, upstanding people make personal decisions to harm or kill animals.
Spence neighbourhood kids make and enjoy healthier options at Cooking Club, just one of the programs that build a sense of belonging and ownership among kids downtown.
After three years of having its dock-to-dock bus service dry-docked because of adverse conditions, the Splash Dash Water Bus is back in service this summer.