Canada’s newest hospitality and culinary school opened its anchor restaurant today – Jane’s – the final piece in a 10-storey school where students learn, work and live in a world class facility.
The upcoming Thinkers’ Conference features an impressive lineup of keynote speakers who will focus on a variety of engaging topics, including how we can reach true equality in our society.
Building on the success of its relationship with China, Red River College is recruiting in India this week and will sign deals with five schools to bring hundreds of new students to Manitoba.
Unemployment numbers across the globe reflect a world economy still recovering from the worst downturn since the Great Depression. Trying to explain unemployment, three students from Fort Richmond Collegiate created this animated video.
United Nations has declared 2013 to be “The International Year of Quinoa” but this “grain of the Gods” has now tripled in price making it more difficult to buy for those who grow this staple food.
Manitoba is scheduled to host the Summer Games in 2017, and it looked like Brandon would be the place.But the size of their pool seems to have derailed the Wheat City’s bid.
It’s fascinating to follow the evolution of this basic food and how it has been valued over the decades, especially here in what many still regard as the breadbasket of much of the world.
Funny thing happened to US project management expert Mike Clynes on his way to building the new stadium — he discovered the ‘gem’ he now calls home: Winnipeg.
The millionaires are not the ones suffering as this ridiculous standoff continues. It’s thousands of folks who work for minimum wage selling popcorn and beer at rinks like Winnipeg’s MTS Centre.
The retail market is full of all kinds of giveaways and incentives to make us purchase merchandise. Maybe we should turn these ‘deals’ into acts of kindness towards those less fortunate.