The audience travels to different rooms of this heritage home, watching the story unfold, in a one-of-a-kind production that promises to be an immersive event theatre goers will not soon forget.
Why is Health Canada only letting doctors and the public know part of the story about the safety and effectiveness of pharmaceutical drugs? Inadequate information can be dangerous and misleading.
Justice Thomas Berger, the man who successfully showed the federal government failed to honour a promise it made to Métis people 140 years ago, was in town recently to set the historic record straight.
Just in time for the civic election in October 2014, the City of Winnipeg has launched a free Election mobile app, part of an online effort to engage the electorate.
No matter what side of the border one examines, health care remains the single most costly budgetary item for governments in North America; and keeping those costs down is no easy task.
As Manitoba artist Wendy Provins prepares to move to British Columbia, Gallery 415 on St. Anne’s Road is saying goodbye with an open house featuring many of her latest works.
When Liberal leader Justin Trudeau dropped an F-bomb at a boxing match recently, it touched off a debate over swearing and how we learn to use such language.
Rolling in laughter, crowds of people could not get enough fun at this year’s 14th Annual Festival of Fools.
Steve Miller rolled into town Friday night and at 70 years of age, the space cowboy delivered his classic 70’s hits and more, flawlessly.
It’s a quaint setting on the second floor of Millennium Library that can seen through the locked Skywalk doors but can only be accessed through the Library. It’s worth the walk around.