As the Winnipeg Folk Festival prepares for its 42nd year, the man who started it all reflects on its beginnings and on how it has grown.
Bigger, busier and better than ever, the new Charleswood branch is being enthusiastically embraced by the community.
Three years in the making, Balmoral Hall students unveil impressive art exhibition in the Exchange District.
No theme, no gimmicks, just top-notch comedy from Winnipeg’s funniest people performing their ‘A’ material.
The Winnipeg Foundation grants half a million dollars for major space upgrade project to Manitoba Museum’s Alloway Hall which will double in size and pave the way for world-class touring exhibits.
Pachyderms performing under the big top or living in captivity are quickly becoming a thing of the past.
Most derby girls are not lesbians, but those who are, think efforts to combat homophobia need to start at an early age.
Imagining a day when “people will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character.”
Sarasvàti’s Cabaret of Monologues provides a different perspective on gender and equality. This year’s theme: SuperWomen.
Billed as an evening of “films, food and fun”, Reel Green promises to inspire people and celebrate nature.