It’s a global day of action to stand up for good food and essential cooking skills – and Winnipeg is no exception. On May 17, buy a taco and support Winnipeg Harvest.
The question today is do we need role models for our children, and who should they be? Without question, the best bet right now has to be a 53 year old Canadian who became a superstar in space.
Community News Commons is offering 17 FREE training workshops from April 22 to May 29 for anyone who wants to become citizen journalists in Winnipeg or Manitoba. Each session is unique and will cover writing, photography, videography and more. New this spring, every Wednesday there will be a practicum session at the Winnipeg Free Press…
It seems sometimes that life is pretty hard. But does it have to be a struggle? Can you go forward boldly and bravely into the great unknown, even if you are not ready? You certainly can. Just begin now!
The Elizabeth Fry Society wants you to pay if forward by helping women who are involved in the justice system get a new pair of undies.
Want to make “something meaningful” out of discarded buildings and materials? Larraine Henning’s A Practical Guide to Squatting can help.
With Mother’s Day coming up this weekend and Father’s Day just a few weeks away, we’re reminded of the challenges faced by the sandwich generation who are trying to care for their elderly parents and their own families at the same time.
Red River College and Manitoba Education have launched a pilot project that provides Winnipeg youth a hands-on introduction to work as electricians, carpenters and welders.
Someone once said that worrying is paying interest on a debt never incurred. So, why do some of us worry so much and what can we do about it?
If you want to know what life was like 400 years ago, Creative Retirement Manitoba is expanding its educational programs to include a bus tour of some of the most famous historic spots in North America.