Just in time for the civic election in October 2014, the City of Winnipeg has launched a free Election mobile app, part of an online effort to engage the electorate.
No matter what side of the border one examines, health care remains the single most costly budgetary item for governments in North America; and keeping those costs down is no easy task.
April 8th is the day Microsoft will stop supporting XP. It will still work, but there will no longer be patches or security updates, which means the software will be vulnerable to attack by hackers.
Deaths and injuries in traffic accidents might some day be stories we read about in the history books, along with lives that are tragically ruined by someone driving drunk.
With today being World Kidney Day, we remember a great Manitoban, Dr. Ashley Thomson (1921-2013), known around the world for his work in kidney health.
Astronomer and UFO researcher, Chris Rutkowski, delivered an engaging talk on the rise in UFO sightings, as the Dream Big event at the UofM investigates the mysteries of the universe.
University of Manitoba presents a week long series of events uncovering the secrets and mysteries of the cosmos, and featuring a visit by the world’s coolest and sexiest astrophysicist.
It’s Canada’s largest makerspace, providing the tools, expertise and workspace for numerous individuals and businesses needing to design, prototype and manufacture just about anything.
Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times investigative reporter, Michael Moss, was in town this week to talk about what food companies do to their products in order to hook us, one nacho chip at a time.
Learn to eat healthier and fight back against the food giants when Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Michael Moss is in Winnipeg on Feb. 27.