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.
Along with that guy with four-foot dreads, dinosaur people and bubble man, glow in the dark tutu hat lady embodies festival’s creative expression.
As if the oil industry in Canada wasn’t under enough stress with falling world prices, the news from northern Alberta gets worse, not better.
One of the most pressing challenges facing ‘M’ Program participants is finding the time to eat properly and feed their children healthy meals.
Did my neighbours commit cultural genocide? Maybe, maybe not. But they did operate a residential school here until quite recently.
The murals of Winnipeg’s West End offer a story about people, community, and cultural celebration, and what we as individuals can offer our neighbourhood.
The enduring and deceptive niceness of knitting is a recurring theme throughout and links it to the changing perception and roles of women.
Bhaktimarga Swami will present a ‘Krishna Culture Festival’ at Westminster United Church with drama, music and a play tonight (Wed. July 22) at 7 p.m.
Despite the absence of Jamaica’s Usain Bolt, Canadians celebrate big win on the track.
This play invites participation as audience members become students and teacher evaluators.