It’s understated, tucked away and free, yet the Manitoba Electrical Museum and Education Centre is very engaging and just might be “the place” to take your kids this spring break.
While some may question their techniques, Winnipeggers practice alternative therapies — in science, business and spirituality.
Improving health may be one of the most important outcomes.
Snow sculpting, community breakfast, keep students and staff busy in Winnipeg’s south end.
A hypochondriac’s dream, a patient’s worst nightmare: 7,000 rare diseases affect 300 million people worldwide.
Winnipeg health facilities incorporate alternative healing practices into their programming.
Drug companies need to come clean on drug safety and effectiveness by making evidence public.
American philanthropist calls Winnipeg “the mecca for human rights on the planet.”
Local students get a lesson on social justice through baking.
Electric truck restoration is focus of Drive For Free 2, a documentary exploring electricity as cleaner, more economical fuel for transportation.