A rare collection of documents passed down through generations reveals a fascinating history shared by many Manitoba Mennonites.
After a horrific accident and seven subsequent surgeries, Paul Neufeld is looking to his final operation as one that will finally set him free.
‘Dancing Tragedies and Dreams’ connects Western and Arabic worlds; amplifies the cry of Palestinians for peace, human rights and social justice.
As neighbourhoods around Manitoba get ready for Halloween, a look at the holiday’s origins provides an interesting cultural history.
Finding reasons to be thankful is a harder task this year as the world’s problems go from bad to worse.
Winnipegger Devin Morrow speaks candidly about her experiences as a teacher in Northern Iraq and what the situation is like in this troubled region.
Child Haven Internatonal has a champion in Winnipeg, who is helping provide food, shelter, clothing and health care to orphaned children and destitute women.
An act of heroism 500 years ago lives on today in the work of a Winnipeg artist taking part in a showcase on human rights, commemorating the opening of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
In advance of next month’s Peace Days in Winnipeg, people will gather this week to ask if we live in a compassionate city.
There was a lot more blooming than just flowers amongst the beauty of the English Gardens at Assiniboine Park on a recent evening.