Doors Open Winnipeg 2016 offered many different looks at city’s history, architecture and lore.
The desire to know one’s roots is an inexplicable, even primal desire. To touch the same walls, turn the same door handle, stand where forebears would have looked out the window, that’s immeasurable.
Garden of Nations will give new Canadians chance to grow familiar food they couldn’t easily find or afford in Winnipeg grocery stores.
Despite few performances and only being together for 9 months this combo puts on an amazing show.
A new Art Guide helps visitors discover a rich cache of art galleries and studios in Winnipeg Beach and surrounding area.
Bombers and their female fans bond at friendly bowling competition.
Dynamic and colourful, Rana Abdulla’s productions are a sumptuous feast for the eyes and the ears.
Three generations of Anishinaabe women are helping our community by sharing their personal story of overcoming the legacy of residential schools.
We may not get paid for writing for CNC but the training we receive and the opportunities it provides are priceless.
St. John’s-Ravenscourt YiP committee members inspired to give back to their community.