A prairie province shows that improvement in health care is founded on more and better data, innovative thinking, an extraordinary effort to share information, and unprecedented action on the front lines.
While Canadians point to health care as their largest national concern, self-interest has led to meagre health reform over the past four decades.
Two Winnipeggers are on an inspirational speaking tour of local schools, encouraging young people to bring positive change to the world through social media.
You know you are Canadian when you feel embarrassed because you can’t understand the person trying to speak English.
With 2014 being the 175th birthday of the photograph, a new festival celebrating photography in all its forms will be featured for an entire month throughout Winnipeg this fall.
A visual artist across the ocean discovers a locally created social media app in her aim to bring more compassion to the world.
App developers aim to celebrate inspiring stories and have at least one social network dedicated exclusively to making a positive impact.
Federal leadership is needed for staff at nursing homes to improve their quality of care, and to help them reduce their use of antipsychotic medication to control residents.
It’s surprising to learn that much of the medications given to children in Canada have never been adequately studied or even formally approved for the conditions they are commonly prescribed to treat.
Once you’ve purchased a new computer and have transferred your files over, you need to ensure all your personal data has been removed from the old hard drive before recycling it.