Well-known lawyer, activist and academic Pamela Palmater, launches her latest book on the future of Indigenous peoples in Canada.
The Liberals campaigned on a very long list of promises, and expectations have never been higher.
“I’m happy we’re moving from singing and praying to action,” says Pat Mathews who has organized peace concerts for the past decade.
Public is eager to connect with the nearly 50 creative, home-grown entrepreneurs in this season’s lineup that offers some pretty awesome gift ideas.
Bulrushes Gallery, just west of Winnipeg Beach, features a special one day exhibit of two Manitoba artists and their extraordinary work.
Canadian kids made up only 49% of the names on NHL rosters when the season began.
Imagine growing fresh food indoors all year long even in the harshest of weather conditions.
CNC multi-media training returns this fall with a line up of free workshops covering various aspects of online journalism.
The election campaign is over yet some Canadians are feeling the effects of being targeted by hurtful attacks designed to split public opinion.
Networking event to bridge the gap between local producers and local buyers.