Inclement weather did not deter those who participated in this year’s Seventh Generation Walk for Mother Earth held in support of the Voices of Indigenous Women and in solidarity with the Idle No More Movement.
Every Spring, the Friends of the Winnipeg Library ask two people to pick their ten favourite books and tell two hundred brunch guests about those books and why they are known and loved.
The horrible casualties involving innocent civilians at the Boston Marathon gave us yet another grim reminder of how thankful we should be for the sacrifices made on our behalf by people in uniform.
Playing music is one of the elixirs of life and it’s something the Winnipeg New Horizons Band has discovered offering adults with limited musical experience the opportunity to create music.
It may be Earth Day today, but some businesses, like Assiniboine Credit Union, are responsible to the environment all year round. It’s why they’ve been chosen as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers.
A new online presence for local artists is created to showcase art mediums and works of artists in Winnipeg and surrounding areas, and to have Winnipeg recognized as the Art Capital of Canada.
A camp where LGBTT youth can experience summer camp offers a safe place for young people, often the most in need of friendship and a positive environment.
Medical errors kill 24,000 Canadians each year, adversely affect hundreds of thousands, and cost close to two billion dollars. A new book focuses on victims of medical errors and their families.
I lost one of my heroes and distant mentors earlier this month when Roger Ebert died at the age of 70. For more than 45 years, he churned out movie reviews in the Chicago Sun-Times, but he was much more than that.
Short-term religious missions trips are becoming increasingly popular. It’s a trend that assumes we are using our resources to help others, but is this actually what we are doing?