It started with a garden intended to beautify the neighbourhood.Today, it’s blossoming into a deep friendship between Sikh and Mennonite congregations in North Kildonan.
Every year, people gather at Memorial Boulevard in Winnipeg to commemorate the horrific atomic bombings of Japan in the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during the final month of World War II.
An exhibit detailing atrocities suffered by LGBT people at the hands of the Nazis highlights the dangers of ignorance and hate, and promotes a world free of discrimination and oppression.
A chance encounter with a less fortunate former classmate serves as a reminder to always do ‘what’s Important now’ and to not let slip away any opportunities to be compassionate.
Kelly Frazer wanted to do something that involved helping people access healthy food. So she started working at Soup Bee, a thriving local business with a twist.
Eighty-five per cent of Moneca Sinclaire’s first cousins have Type 2 Diabetes. This shocking statistic clinched her decision to pursue a career where she could work with people and healthy food.
Can you imagine feeding 185 kids? Inner City Youth Alive’s kitchen manager Brenda Gingell does it every week, and she couldn’t be happier.
Stella Blackbird is not only a visionary; she also has the rare ability to make her visions a reality. After devoting her life to the service of others, Blackbird was recognized with a Caring Canadian Award.
A grant exploring environmental initiatives at The Winnipeg Folk Festival focused on “Inspiring Folk to Leave No Trace at the Festival”.
Jonathan Stevens always felt “that pull to try farming.” So he started his own CSA, Community Shared Agriculture, a food distribution model where people hire a farmer to grow vegetables for them.