Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times investigative reporter, Michael Moss, was in town this week to talk about what food companies do to their products in order to hook us, one nacho chip at a time.
This is a book about seniors that encourages us to take a few minutes to slow down, to decaffeinate our lives, to look up from our screens and to be engaged by those around us.
For many students, this out of classroom setting was a much better way to learn about the voyageurs than sitting at a desk reading about them.
Learn to eat healthier and fight back against the food giants when Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Michael Moss is in Winnipeg on Feb. 27.
Debbie Patterson’s one-woman show, playing Feb. 27 to Mar. 9 at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film, examines a community on the brink.
Monday being Louis Riel Day and a holiday for many, and mother nature co-operating by giving us beautiful weather, people came to Voyaguer Park in droves.
Here’s your chance to discover the tactics multi-national companies use to get you to eat processed foods, and to put yourself on an even footing with the $3 trillion a year industry.
As the 45th annual Festival du Voyageur opened this weekend with fun and festivities galore, it was clear this year’s edition would be a special one.
A tragic attack that left a music student paralyzed has generated community support for the young man and created a campaign to dissolve fear surrounding homophobia.
For a quarter century, Rob McInnes has been helping connect large and small employers to diverse, skilled people with disabilities who are perfectly employable but may still have some difficulty landing a job.