This year’s event welcomes cyclists of all skill levels, while putting the spin on high performance road cycling and mountain biking.
By adopting the TRC’s 94 recommendations, Canada will honour those who survived and the thousands who died at residential school.
Now that the Truth and Reconciliation Report has been issued, the idea is proposed to set aside one day a year to remember the painful legacy of the Indian Residential School system.
Free multi-media workshops will help turn a story idea into an engaging work of online journalism.
After a magazine article shines a national spotlight on Winnipeg’s so called ‘race problem’, a forum held at University of Winnipeg focuses on how to identify racism, confront it and eliminate it.
One of many challenges is the declining number of services available to sufferers and their families.
Coaches create respectful locker rooms where LGBT athletes are welcome and supported.
Artist offers free workshop to people wanting to learn this ancient art.
Hard on the heels of CNC’s community forum “What’s Our Walk-ability?” the city is walking the walk.
In Seven Oaks School Division, students are proud to attend a school as diverse as Maples Collegiate, where young Indigenous students are inspired to change stereotypes.