Nearly 1,000 people gathered for the 2013 Women of Distinction awards, hosted by Olympic medallist Susan Auch.
For 28-year-old Harrison Oakes his past is what drives him to learn all he can about bullying and to be a leader in anti-bullying research.
It is with both sadness and fond memories that The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Manitoba Branch, remembers Dr. Ashley Thomson (1921-2013), known by many as the “Father of Nephrology” in Manitoba.
A volunteer visit to deliver lunches to Winnipeg homeless shelters turns into a major philanthropic effort that has garnered support across Winnipeg to help feed and clothe those less fortunate.
For anyone fleeing domestic abuse, having a shelter like Osborne House to escape to is a welcome sanctuary. Now, this difficult experience will be made easier with the gift of hot soup.
Two Winnipeggers who graced the stages of Winnipeg’s Fringe Festival are the latest recipients of Rhodes scholarships and will soon be on their way to study at Oxford University.
Richard J. Scott will soon retire from his post as Chief Justice of Manitoba, which he’s held since 1990. For those wishing to celebrate his years of service, the Chief Justice Richard J. Scott Tribute Fund has been established.
Murray Couling is one of the first employers to be involved in the self-directed, independent living model, “In the Company of Friends”, available to people living with a developmental disability.
Claudette Michell was a mother, grandmother, cultural educator, pipe and drum carrier, storyteller, sun dancer, community helper, mentor, researcher, and coordinator.
Today, as I was riding a Winnipeg Transit bus from Unicity to Downtown I did not realize that I would be a witness to something amazing.