Raise your voices to the rooftop. International Women’s Day held on March 8, 2014, is here once again in time for women to turn another page in the HERstory books.
Five years after being diagnosed with depression, artist Graham Hnatiuk is back with a strong series of work exploring environmentalism and humankind’s eroding connection with our surroundings.
It’s been 35 years since we’ve experienced such a severe winter. Extremely cold temperatures along with huge amounts of snow has many wondering when it will finally end.
Buffy Sainte-Marie was in Winnipeg Tuesday night and along with her band, played a heartfelt, high energy concert that delighted the sold out crowd at the West End Cultural Centre.
When Jeff Badger ran across frozen Lake Winnipeg 22 years ago, he started a Manitoba tradition.
In a world full of toys, a simple, little kaleidoscope seems to contain many secrets that parallel life and the beautiful opportunities presented to us everyday.
It may have been one of the coldest winters on record, but music lovers were fired up and kept warm by this year’s WSO New Music Festival.
Twelve months ago, the NHL was sputtering after the lengthy lockout, and fans were in an ugly mood. Now we are basking in the glow of what happened in Sochi, and dreaming of a Jets playoff run.
Literary obsessions, teen truckers and fairy tale rejections – find out what ten young women think about the state of the world as Sarasvàti Productions presents ten monologues by Canadian playwrights.
It’s Canada’s largest makerspace, providing the tools, expertise and workspace for numerous individuals and businesses needing to design, prototype and manufacture just about anything.