For students in the Summer Indigenous Math Leadership Program, math and a sense of cultural identity are inextricably linked.
Dozens of newcomer youth have new bikes – and a newfound sense of independence.
Students concerned over mental health, length of the agreement, and long term impact.
Funding granted to help children get autism assessment quicker and provide training to parents while waiting.
Known for its toughness in all kinds of weather, the grey jay, or whiskey jack, awaits official designation from Canadian politicians.
The vast majority of us do our best to pretend that the story doesn’t even exist, but that’s getting harder to do.
Free bi-monthly magazine devoted to the Winnipeg jazz scene “pays the rent” by showcasing up and coming talent.
Memorial lecture series has been inspiring female artists for more than 15 years.
Human Rights Hub and Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties create unique opportunity for a more just future.
After much preparation, the paintings are hung, the sculptures are displayed and the bright, airy feel of the new space sets off the art pieces well.