Memorial lecture series has been inspiring female artists for more than 15 years.
Human Rights Hub and Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties create unique opportunity for a more just future.
After much preparation, the paintings are hung, the sculptures are displayed and the bright, airy feel of the new space sets off the art pieces well.
While moral dilemma has reviewer tied up whether to attend concert, one look at ticket prices seals the deal.
More than just a settler to a new land, Christina Taylor has had quite an event filled life.
Staff are friendly, service quick, and food is fresh and delicious.
Films document injustices in the world, energizing viewers to advocate for new forms of solidarity among people and accountability from leaders.
For all those who are dreading the next four years, maybe it’s best to put your faith in gridlock.
Show poster seemed to advertise a party of unbridled energy. But the reality was five really talented musicians reading sheet music.
Educational and community programs provided through donor support help non-profit musical theatre company change the lives of Manitobans.