A local group that builds life-size games spearheaded a fundraising event this past weekend that attracted the interest of many people.
Are local libraries still valid today in this age of internet access and Wikipedia? A closer look at one of our local branches reveals an impressive variety of services that are offered.
It is with both sadness and fond memories that The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Manitoba Branch, remembers Dr. Ashley Thomson (1921-2013), known by many as the “Father of Nephrology” in Manitoba.
Great art doesn’t need to transcend disability, it is embraced, informed and enriched by it. Disability in an artist may not only add to the quality of the work but is often the muse that gives it life.
Building on the success of its relationship with China, Red River College is recruiting in India this week and will sign deals with five schools to bring hundreds of new students to Manitoba.
Happy 101st birthday Arlington Bridge ! It isn’t a glorious history. In fact, the Troubled Lady has been controversial at every stage in its life.
While some are thinking of things to do indoors, the staff and volunteers at Corydon Community Centre Annual Winter Carnival were busy at their winter festival that was held this past weekend.
A volunteer visit to deliver lunches to Winnipeg homeless shelters turns into a major philanthropic effort that has garnered support across Winnipeg to help feed and clothe those less fortunate.
Unemployment numbers across the globe reflect a world economy still recovering from the worst downturn since the Great Depression. Trying to explain unemployment, three students from Fort Richmond Collegiate created this animated video.
Few realize our city boasts the largest collection of contemporary Inuit artwork in the world. A new exhibit featuring some of the gallery’s permanent collection is part of WAG’s centennial celebrations.