Manitobans encouraged to become involved in helping new Canadians overcome challenges.
West Broadway Community Gardens Coordinator discusses the truly amazing growth of gardening in the West Broadway neighbourhood.
Summer fun in Polo Park with grand opening of new Lego shop.
Canadian governments have done little to address the crisis faced by autism families across the country.
New Canadians arriving in Winnipeg are introduced to their new country by volunteering at a rural music and art festival. What could be more Canadian than that?
Spence neighbourhood kids make and enjoy healthier options at Cooking Club, just one of the programs that build a sense of belonging and ownership among kids downtown.
One of the most pressing challenges facing ‘M’ Program participants is finding the time to eat properly and feed their children healthy meals.
Did my neighbours commit cultural genocide? Maybe, maybe not. But they did operate a residential school here until quite recently.
I find myself at this unusual age, neither aged nor youthful … and not absolutely sure about anything.
Nourishing Potential helps WASAC add healthy food to the menu for the 1,000 Winnipeg kids who attend its summer day camp.