After a week-long occupation of the Jenpeg Generating Station, representatives of the Pimicikamak Cree of Cross Lake brought their protest to Winnipeg.
Low electricity rates along with the economic and environmental costs of burning petroleum, has prompted many to choose electric vehicles over gas powered models.
The high cost of living and the difficulty it’s causing Winnipeg youth is a problem candidates have many ideas on how to fix, but few concrete plans.
Finding a clean and affordable place to live is not easy for many young Winnipeggers, who gathered to hear how candidates plan to address this issue.
The issue of poverty was front and centre at the Youth Vital Signs Mayoral Candidates Forum. But young people who were there wanted more specifics from their next mayor.
Mayoral hopefuls call for better roads, more buses and an end to partisan politics. Can they deliver on their promises?
The Youth Vital Signs Mayoral Candidates Forum on Youth Issues was an interactive, engaging event.
In a report card released today, Winnipeg youth give our city a passing grade but say there’s much room to improve their quality of life.
Mayoral candidates debated environmental issues, including mitigating climate change, protecting green space, reducing waste, rapid transit and containing urban sprawl. Watch the entire debate here.
Winnipeg based technology startup, The Campfire Union, enables e-learning through virtual reality and video gaming skills.