Since opening in September, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights has attracted visitors by featuring stories about the quest for human rights in Canada and around the world.
Life is short, time is precious, make the most out of it, even in just three minutes!
No director, no set and no rehearsals, where a different actor is the lead for each performance. A unique play invites us to think about oppression, freedom and words.
To Shahina Siddiqui, giving is “literally a responsibility” – but it’s one that’s not easy to talk about.
Not only does Dave Angus give, he gets involved “to engage with the people and the individuals that are being helped.”
Jason Booth gives to show how thankful he is for all he has received, and because giving back feels good.
Kyle Goertzen has been sober for three and a half years. He attributes part of his recovery to helping others overcome the disease of addiction.
As more people turn to wireless handheld devices to search the internet, many have abandoned Google as their engine of choice.
Missouri high school teachers say all the effort they put into inspiring knowledge and learning can be lost in the firing of a single bullet.
Intelligence Quotient has long been the focus. Now, a University of Manitoba School of Medicine graduate encourages developing Emotional Intelligence instead.