Keep your eyes on the sky or visit the Royal Western Aviation Museum to see two exquisite WWII bombers.
If it’s on the supermarket shelf, it’s food, so why isn’t it healthy? That’s the tough question Kids in the Kitchen participants want explained.
With Canada Day last week and World Refugee Day June 20, it’s a good time to consider the responsibility that this country and its citizens have towards people fleeing their own homelands.
Program helps parents be the best at the most important job they will ever have.
CSI is helping address summer learning loss as well as the nutrition gap for Winnipeg kids – thanks to Nourishing Potential.
It was an inspiration to bear witness to a celebration of art-making reflecting Indigenous culture of this region in the hallways and classrooms of Victory School.
What’s better than being in the high school musical? How about a chance to shine in front of Canada’s leading musical theatre company?
Misleading food advertising and inadequate labeling can make healthy choices difficult.
Local group gives youth worldly experience in effort to build Winnipeg’s soccer community.
Can behaviour be changed with a stone? How about with the threat of public humiliation?