“Way-Off Broadway Cabaret Collective” is an apt description of this locally based ten-piece musical ensemble that is currently presenting “Chansons d’Amour – A Parisian Cabaret”.
The minority separatist government of Pauline Marois will soon introduce a Charter of Quebec Values, which may prohibit the wearing of all religious headwear and other personal religious symbols in all public institutions.
Kelly Frazer wanted to do something that involved helping people access healthy food. So she started working at Soup Bee, a thriving local business with a twist.
Winnipeg came alive over the past two weeks, as festival goers were treated to world-class cultural entertainment, delicious ethnic dishes, fascinating cultural displays, and all-around warm hospitality.
Eighty-five per cent of Moneca Sinclaire’s first cousins have Type 2 Diabetes. This shocking statistic clinched her decision to pursue a career where she could work with people and healthy food.
Who knew that a drive in the country 17 years ago would be the catalyst behind the creation of the non-profit Matlock Festival, now in its fourth year on an idyllic 45-acre site in Manitoba’s Interlake.
G Mail has admitted in a private submission in a U.S. court that their users have “no reasonable expectation of privacy” when it comes to the messages they tap out on their little keyboards.
Can you imagine feeding 185 kids? Inner City Youth Alive’s kitchen manager Brenda Gingell does it every week, and she couldn’t be happier.
Scott Porteous reflects as he competes to be SiriusXM’s Next Top Comic: “I’d rather have a connection more than a laugh,” he says. “Comedy to me isn’t just ‘ha ha’, it’s a truth.”
Louisville’s Walk for Compassion was organized by those wanting to end violence and demonstrate they are in control of their streets. It was so inspiring to see families and all generations represented.