Because Winkler has no liquor store, residents must drive over 10 kilometers to procure their libations. This is about to change, however, and soon the city’s 17 churches will no longer hold the monopoly as places where locals can renew their spirits.
Idle No More is about nearly everything that is wrong with our society, but fundamentally it is about love. Love of family, friends, complete strangers, future generations, the air we breathe, the water we drink, the earth we walk on.
Few realize our city boasts the largest collection of contemporary Inuit artwork in the world. A new exhibit featuring some of the gallery’s permanent collection is part of WAG’s centennial celebrations.
Idle No More is a global movement aimed to protect the environment and respect Indigenous people’s relationship to the land. In an effort to do some myth busting, activist MIchael Champagne answers ten common questions about INM.
What is a compassionate city? A delegation of Winnipeggers travelled to Louisville, Kentucky to find out why Louisville was named International Compassionate City of the Year in 2012.
Over the next month, the Manitoba Multifaith Council is sponsoring a series of open door events showcasing several different faith traditions thriving in Winnipeg.
Spirit’s Call Choir, a mixed non-audition community choir, enters its second decade in 2013 of singing for pleasure and staging two benefit performances every year.
Lutheran Church of the Cross shares some holiday spirit by serving up its second Annual Community Christmas Breakfast.
Friends and family of the late Claudette Michell are creating a trust fund for her children who she left behind when she died suddenly and tragically in October.
Imagine back over 140 years ago. Who decided to name this place Manitoba? Then who decided to name this city Winnipeg?