Finding food in a desert: After three grocery stores in downtown Winnipeg shut their doors, Food Matters Manitoba embarked on a community food assessment.
While most university students are thinking about whether they can afford a beer, Erin Ward was figuring out how she could give back to her community.
It started with one little library in Todd Bol’s front yard made from old lumber and has evolved to over 6000 little free libraries in 36 countries. Many are popping up across Winnipeg.
Unique local theatre company begins a conversation about the state of Manitoba’s foster care system from the perspective of someone who has, or is currently experiencing it.
Long referred to as an “advocate of humanity” and “father to thousands,” Strini Reddy can now add Caring Canadian Award winner to his list of accolades.
Over the time we stayed with my 94-year-old aunt, I realized that her daily habits would benefit many of us who want to reach an advanced age in above average mental and physical health.
If you want to prevent pain, illness and many other symptoms from occurring before they have a chance to start, you need to eat well, be active and optimize your nervous system.
As she taught me what she called Chainsaw Sewing, Heather said,”If it’s too long, cut a piece off. If it’s too short, add a piece.” If only we could have sewed on years to a life cut unfairly short.
Investigative reporter David Barsamian was in Winnipeg recently where he spoke to the National Campus & Community Radio Conference about journalism in the 21st century.
There are three essentials to any meditation technique: relaxation, nonjudgement and witnessing. Meditation is about living in the here and now, being aware and not allowing your mind to take you into the future.