After their daughter was murdered 30 years ago, Wilma and Cliff Derksen chose a life long journey of forgiveness, gaining insights they will share in a unique course on the subject.
Legislated moves to deter nasty habits and to curb unhealthy eating are a sign of the times.
For parents of kids with diabetes, the beginning of each new school year brings not only the usual preparations, but also fears for their child’s health and safety.
Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre turns out to be a busy and engaging summer job placement.
Ambassadors make mean streets a lot nicer for residents, businesses and visitors.
Seeing the truth about anything, including racism, no matter how unbearable, is the first step to improve the sustainability and quality of our lives.
When citizen reporter Vivian Ketchum came to the aid of an Indigenous woman who had been beaten, she soon realized how scared and vulnerable she felt when no one would stop to help.
Manitoba Eco-Network focuses on the little decisions people make on a daily basis that provide opportunities to care for the environment and leave a healthy world for future generations.
Manitoba Museum internship provides glimpse into the past and a window to the future.
Local soccer club develops pilot project aimed at helping Winnipeg soccer players achieve higher levels of skill and experience.