Travel Manitoba’s newest advertising pitch for the province has a distinctive pulse to it and it evokes an image that the province is a heart-warming place to be. However, is this notion truly reflective in the actions of its residents?
Less than two months after being appointed CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra fails to explain to members of Congress why GM did not act sooner to correct problems that led to the recall of millions of vehicles worldwide.
Canadians are being told that we might learn a lot from pension reforms that took place in Australia, even if what we learn is that we can do it better.
At one time trains were the lifeblood that transported people and goods across this vast country. Nowadays in western Canada, the shipment of grain and passengers is nowhere near what it used to be.
Sobeys recent purchase of Safeway will see the closing of the Lucerne cheese and ice cream plant in Winnipeg. The 41 workers to be laid off were told the company wants to ‘improve efficiencies’.
Whether you’re looking for a hard-to-find LP, some vintage memorabilia, or just enamoured by the history of the ever changing music industry, Rockin’ Richard’s Record and CD sale is the place to be.
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.
Children’s entertainer Fred Penner did the honours of cutting the ribbon in front of a crowd of fifty people who jammed into the unique gift shop and artist workspace, The Scrap Came Back.
Residents can now check the Electronic Citizens’ Information Service (e-CIS) to see whether their property is at risk of frozen pipes.
Repurposed, reimagined, recycled and fair trade is what The Scrap Came Back store is all about. The gift shop, open since November 2013, will have a ribbon cutting ceremony this week.