My new digital toaster has me pining for the old days, when a coat hanger over the element was the easiest and best way to toast bread.
Manitoba Hydro’s substation at Grant Ave between Harrow and Stafford Streets is undergoing a renovation that residents hope will beautify what has long been an unsightly corner of River Heights.
The online comments of a candidate’s wife, and an MPI payment defaulter tricked into clicking on a legal summons, reveal the perilous nature of the Internet.
A man on a mission is riding his motorcycle into our fair city, as part of an ongoing effort to open up the world of government.
The list of genuine heroes in this country is not all that long. At or near the top for many of us is the guy who did the Marathon of Hope 34 years ago.
Earlier this month, people came together at the University of Winnipeg to discuss several critical issues facing Canadians.
Winnipeg does have its challenges, however organic waste diversion seems a very efficient, cost effective and sustainable solution for our community and our environment.
The Monarch Butterfly Festival at the Living Prairie Museum was a treat for Winnipeggers who learned what they could do about the insect’s declining numbers.
Somehow we park our fears in a closet, and carry on, putting our lives in the hands of total strangers, and their computers.
I rarely watch TV commercials, but I do see them zoom by in fast forward, and I can’t help but notice one in particular.