What started as four Winnipeg friends with a passion for guiding Manitoba walks has since – two decades later – become a full-fledged walking group with hundreds of members and an unquenchable thirst for seeking out new trails.
Yesterday’s lunar eclipse that turned an orange red color, grabbed the attention of star-gazers and conspiracy theorists. It was the first of four such lunar events that will occur in the next 18 months.
Legendary children’s performer Fred Penner was front and centre at this year’s 12th annual DASCH (Direct Action in Support of Community Homes) Recognition Awards Luncheon.
Childhood is not quite the stress-free paradise that our rose-tinted memories might suggest. Children — even infants — can suffer from chronic, toxic stress that has long-term effects.
The audience travels to different rooms of this heritage home, watching the story unfold, in a one-of-a-kind production that promises to be an immersive event theatre goers will not soon forget.
Why is Health Canada only letting doctors and the public know part of the story about the safety and effectiveness of pharmaceutical drugs? Inadequate information can be dangerous and misleading.
Justice Thomas Berger, the man who successfully showed the federal government failed to honour a promise it made to Métis people 140 years ago, was in town recently to set the historic record straight.
As Manitoba artist Wendy Provins prepares to move to British Columbia, Gallery 415 on St. Anne’s Road is saying goodbye with an open house featuring many of her latest works.
When Liberal leader Justin Trudeau dropped an F-bomb at a boxing match recently, it touched off a debate over swearing and how we learn to use such language.
Imagine a game that’s a cross between UFC and a bar brawl with all participants wearing full hockey equipment. Then try and imagine what would happen if such a game got out of hand.