Last year, Winnipeg youth said they wanted change. Here’s how The Winnipeg Foundation responded.
Food waste in Canada costs the country more than $31 billion per year, but there are simple solutions to this problem.
Winnipeg program provides social supports instead of judgement – with positive results.
It was Walt’s studio that gave us our first taste of movie escapism, as well as merchandising, in the 1950’s and 60’s.
2015 was the year The Winnipeg Foundation officially unveiled the Alloway Arch and Widow’s Mite Fountain at The Forks.
Teen’s ‘affluenza’ defence shows stupidity knows no bounds.
Hanging festive decorations on Portage Avenue a long held tradition in “Christmas Capital of Canada”.
Manitoba Cree broadcaster and writer releases painful, beautiful book of poetry that every Canadian should read.
Superstar Jonathan Toews says good nutrition is the reason for his success; and it also inspired him to be an ambassador for the Nourishing Potential Fund at The Winnipeg Foundation.
A gift of knitted mitts at Christmas time conjures up thoughts and feelings of a hometown far away: the click of knitting needles, the smell of moose meat frying on the stove, the taste of fancy molasses on homemade baked bread.