Billed as an evening of music, mime and clowning, the first annual Cabaret Clownesque was a huge success as every seat was filled at the Park Theatre for an evening of vaudevillian entertainment.
You see them at the airport and in shopping malls, but not on street corners very often these days. The iconic payphone is disappearing quickly.
The Agape Table for Kids program exposes youngsters to healthy food and offers parents affordable options.
A traveling interactive project has people stitching into a blanket responses to the now infamous comment by Prime Minister Stephen Harper: “We have no history of colonialism.”
Hands up if you share my dismay over the fact that the two Canadians who are best known to the world right now are Rob Ford and Justin Bieber.
Spring is a great time to buy shoes and since I like to pride myself on beautiful foot clothing, I will share with you the top five best shoe stores in Winnipeg.
There are 300,000 foreign workers holding jobs in Canada. Now, some restaurant owners are accused of replacing long time employees with temporary imports.
It’s been 275 years since the Grey Nuns first set up hospitals and schools in Canada. Today, this legacy lives on through the work of Sara Riel Inc.
Declared legally blind 9 years ago, Manitoba artist Wendy Provins has persevered through several eye surgeries, on her incredible journey to see again and to create some amazing art.
Five Red River College journalism students have written stories judged good enough to bear the names of two giants of Winnipeg journalism.