Winnipeg shutterbug Dennis Swayze wins Photo of the Month for January in the Canadian Wildlife Federation’s National Photo Competition.
Helping people attain literacy allows them to cope with everyday life and to be a mechanism for social change.
One from the top of East or West Blocks will take 31 years to arrive. If a Peace Tower flag is what you crave, the wait could be 42 years!
“We hear that there’s nothing like it worldwide,” says WSO conductor Alexander Mickelthwate (on the Winnipeg New Music Festival).
A recent gathering in Winnipeg brought together people of many cultures to discuss how best to respond to violence committed in the name of religion.
The film follows the journey of Indigenous people as they seek to establish dialogue with the Canadian government by putting an end to the inertia over treaties.
Adult learning band overwhelmed by enthusiastic response to their annual winter concert.
Grant Park Middle School Performing Arts troupe entertains audience with laughter, singing and some great dance numbers.
It took 100 years to bring these medals together, honouring three brave soldiers who lived on the same block in Winnipeg’s west end.
While many citizens imagine Winnipeg as a leader in the promotion of human rights internationally, others would like to see improvement in this area right here at home.