A new documentary — “The Healing of Heather Garden” — nearly a decade in the making, has a couple of local connections. But its theme of hope in the face of adversity is universal.
Winnipeggers are fiercely proud of our city and no one likes the fact that we are often portrayed as the child poverty capital of Canada. To say the least, the situation is very challenging. How can we as individuals have an impact?
Sistema Winnipeg held its first holiday concert at Crescent Fort Rouge United Church. More than 80 youngsters from grades one to four took part in this unique and valuable program.
The millionaires are not the ones suffering as this ridiculous standoff continues. It’s thousands of folks who work for minimum wage selling popcorn and beer at rinks like Winnipeg’s MTS Centre.
Red River College held a sneak peek of its soon-to-be opened Paterson GlobalFoods Institute earlier this week — and what a peek it was!
Lutheran Church of the Cross shares some holiday spirit by serving up its second Annual Community Christmas Breakfast.
Knight Foundation’s most recent blog looks at Community News Commons as a prime example of how partnerships are working well in the world of public media projects.
Friends and family of the late Claudette Michell are creating a trust fund for her children who she left behind when she died suddenly and tragically in October.
Imagine back over 140 years ago. Who decided to name this place Manitoba? Then who decided to name this city Winnipeg?
Many times I have declared I wish I had a buck for every time I have driven the Trans-Canada highway between Winnipeg and Regina. Once the snow is on the ground, that should be at least two bucks.