The Youth Vital Signs Mayoral Candidates Forum on Youth Issues was an interactive, engaging event.
A growing number of people suffering from various conditions are relying on service dogs, yet a large segment of the population questions their validity.
Be mindful. Be appreciative. Be grateful. Be attentive. Treat today like it is the first day of your life, or the last.
As part of its Pass the Mic event, CKUW guest hosts interviewed Winnipeg mayoral candidates. Today’s feature: James Beddome in conversation with Paula Havixbeck and Brian Bowman.
It is now possible for ordinary people to take a mini-journalism course that equips them with tools and ideas to tell their own stories.
It’s Mental Illness Awareness Week in Canada, and one young Winnipegger wants people to see her as more than just the “freak with the service dog.”
An interactive play featuring youth who are actually in the child welfare system seeks to find solutions to the challenges they face every day,
In a report card released today, Winnipeg youth give our city a passing grade but say there’s much room to improve their quality of life.
These mighty bears of the north are listed as ‘vulnerable’, with global warming thought to be the biggest threat to their future.
Winnipeg based technology startup, The Campfire Union, enables e-learning through virtual reality and video gaming skills.