Winnipeg’s Project Peacemakers marked International Peace Day 2012 with skits and musical performances at the Free Press Cafe.
Manitoba leads the nation in the volume of pork that’s produced for export. The industry says many producers will go out of business, unless government helps them with a $150 million bailout package.
In the tumult and reinvention of journalism, there are moments when the way ahead becomes clearer. One of those moments occurred Tuesday.
September’s harvest has provided an opportunity for me to capture a few great moments in the gardens of my neighbourhood.
This is peak season as local growers gather to sell their produce before winter. And with this activity comes the ongoing debate over whether eating locally grown food is best.
My iPhone just died. But that’s okay because it was ancient (4 years old!) and was due for an update anyway.
The Scandinavian Cultural Centre celebrates their 50th anniversary.
Imagine yourself sitting atop a two thousand pound bull trying to get a grip. Who would you want in your little corner of the rodeo ring?
What’s the deal with music these days? I know, you’re wondering if your father is writing this article. But I still stand behind the question.
It would be a bit of an exaggeration to say that the Sport of Kings is endangered, but it’s certainly not in good shape.