After decades of experience with art and disability, many questions still remain about Disability Art and the culture it defines.
What if today, and going forward in the future, we made a purposeful, deliberate and intentional choice to be kinder to ourselves?
As Canada Day approaches, we can all feel grateful for the land where we live and the basic freedoms we enjoy.
The Dirt Skirt is just in its third year as Manitoba’s women only series of races, but the racer list keeps on growing.
With 2014 being the 175th birthday of the photograph, a new festival celebrating photography in all its forms will be featured for an entire month throughout Winnipeg this fall.
Winnipeg historian and freelance writer, David Perlmutter, completes the first ever academic and scholarly examination of the history of animated television, to be released on June 24.
On June 14, six-time cycling and speed skating Olympic medalist, Clara Hughes, will visit Winnipeg as part of her 110-day national bicycle tour across Canada supporting local mental health.
Federal leadership is needed for staff at nursing homes to improve their quality of care, and to help them reduce their use of antipsychotic medication to control residents.
It’s surprising to learn that much of the medications given to children in Canada have never been adequately studied or even formally approved for the conditions they are commonly prescribed to treat.
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