Despite being over 80-years-old, the school has always lacked a proper gymnasium. Now, that’s about to change.
An iconic Winnipeg neighbourhood steeped in history, struggles through adversity to flourish once again, thanks to generosity and vision of donors, and a community focused on working together.
“The last memory he had of a bike is of the one that transported him to a hospital when his leg was blown off at the age of ten.”
A typical high-profile jock in high school, Glen Murray hid his sexual orientation throughout his teen years, but went on to become North America’s first openly gay mayor and a champion of gay rights.
Former scholarship winner pays it forward to other youth in care.
Helping clients along their healing journeys, Eyaa-Keen Healing Centre Inc. was created by Indigenous People for Indigenous People.
The link between health and income is solid and consistent — almost every major condition, including heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and mental illness, occurs more often and has worse outcomes among people who live at lower income.
As par of April’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we present an interview with Mandi Gray who is critical of university’s response to her alleged rape.
More than just participating in a high school club, students at St. Mary’s Academy blaze new trails with Youth in Philanthropy.
It was an opportunity for people from different parts of Canada to get to know each other and to understand the challenges of living in the north.