A new twist on an ancient art tradition: local family of artists creates stunning works of art using pieces of Ukrainian Easter eggs.
MacLean’s questions facts of history, at Easter, when focus is on Christianity’s charitable ways.
In the chaos of the current Middle East, a slaughter is taking place of Yazidi men, women and children, seemingly ignored by the world.
Much more than the absence of war, Positive Peace is created by addressing the underlying causes of conflict.
While some may question their techniques, Winnipeggers practice alternative therapies — in science, business and spirituality.
“If something is not impossible, there must be a way of doing it.”
Winnipeg health facilities incorporate alternative healing practices into their programming.
“I’m A Why’s Book Two” asks questions so faith can grow.
While people in Winnipeg pay to receive energy healing, practitioners haven’t been able to convince doctors to accept this unconventional therapy as a complement to medicine.
Son of high ranking Nazi officer encourages people to speak up against hatred by being vigilant in standing up to perpetrators.