It’s all about dreams – pulling together food and music in a way no individual could on his own – to make an amazing soup of people.
Site pays homage to origins of Canada’s community foundation movement while honouring the generosity of Winnipeg Foundation donors.
Artist Eunice McKay ingeniously uses a collage of images that she places into her painting of a homeless person’s shopping cart, to represent her own personal “wish list” for human rights.
Several months before Manito Ahbee, a unique fundraiser for this festival brought an understanding of traditional knowledge and sacred culture to many non-Aboriginal people.
Fort La Reine Museum in Portage la Prairie has a collection of photos of the John Lennon – Yoko Ono ‘bed-in’ that not many people have ever seen before.
What a different world it is since that horrible Tuesday 13 years ago, especially when it comes to traveling to the U.S.
When Faye Hall heard about the work of one non-profit organization in Africa, she was determined to reach out and help, by using the gifts of her tremendous artistic talent.
What do an adult comedian and a 16-year-old scarf making queen have in common? Plenty!
Sexual identity and bullying are front and centre in a unique pair of theatrical productions that play off each other.
Child Haven Internatonal has a champion in Winnipeg, who is helping provide food, shelter, clothing and health care to orphaned children and destitute women.