The first public consultation meeting into the fate of the Arlington Street Bridge showed some redevelopment ideas are already off the table.
She has taught hundreds of people to sing, even those who thought they couldn’t. Now, her renamed choir will again sing for charity, and honour their founder who is in hospital fighting cancer.
There was indeed only one Jean Béliveau, and he was such a class act.
Kingston, Ontario band delivers two octane fuelled sold out shows at Pyramid Cabaret.
The Summer Internship Program has been strengthening communities by connecting young philanthropists and charitable agencies for a decade.
“If I won the lottery…,” the theme of the Wayne Arthur Gallery’s annual group show, features interesting art suitable for the pickiest on your shopping list.
Theatre Projects Manitoba celebrates its 25th anniversary with a campaign to grow its Agency Endowment Fund, ensuring financial stability for the next 25 years and beyond.
While the plummeting price of oil is good news for motorists, it’s a nightmare for ministers of finance who rely on this revenue to balance the books.
Mural artist Jason Botkin gives Yoga North a makeover with a mural that is perfect for the season.
Look what the cat dragged in – nothin’ but a good time.