Over one in five First Nations children in Manitoba spends some time in care before their 15th birthday. And kids in care are in crisis.
Listening with the heart as well as with the ears is key to healthy relationships, while ineffective listening eventually leads to crumbling connections.
This year’s Thin Air Festival was a resounding success due in large part to an impressive lineup of writers such as Canadian author William Deverell.
One of the largest grants in the Foundation’s history celebrates 95th year.
TEDxKildonan wants everyone to share in the enlightening thoughts that are bubbling up from the minds of Winnipeggers.
Who was Shakespeare and why is it so difficult to find out the answer to this question in our university libraries?
Climate change is real and it’s happening. Yet, there is still climate change denial which impacts our ability and willingness to deal with it.
Aboriginal and youth interest in the election is critical for candidates looking for an edge in a tight three way race.
The problem stems from a justice system that functions solely based on “evidence” before the court and divorces itself from common-sense and reality.
Candidates are promising to fix some of the problems young people are facing in Canada, but are they convincing?