Thousands gathered to welcome the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, with a Jingle Dance, and to call for inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women.
It is Mental Illness Awareness Week in Manitoba. In the spirit of shedding light on the often invisible effects of such issues, I want to share with you about why I see a psychologist.
Twice a month, approximately 300 pre-ordered boxes are distributed from about 20 easily-accessible community depots across Winnipeg.
Post secondary students learn the power of music as a therapeutic tool at Canadian Mennonite University’s music therapy program, the only one of its kind offered on the prairies.
Would replacing ‘all thy sons’ with ‘all of us’ make Canada’s national anthem more inclusive? At the very least, it may allow us to consider the larger meaning to the words in ‘O Canada’.
Over 30 community food champions are nominated for this year’s Golden Carrot Awards, which honour those working to create a just and sustainable food system in Manitoba.
Many people lack experience to get a job, but can’t get experience without one. A new program aims to fix this while helping non-profits attract young talent.
Foreign students at Red River College have to face many challenges living in Canada. Fortunately, they don’t have to do it alone thanks to a cultural and language mentor program offered by the College.
The NHL season is just a few days old, and already a serious injury caused by a fight reignites a debate that has dogged the sport for years. To fight or not to fight? That is the question.
Stereotypes about women and how they interact lead some to believe women can’t be friends with one another. The community at the Womyn’s Centre at the University of Winnipeg tells a very different story.