While photographers couldn’t find any of the usually abundant Great Gray Owls, there was no trouble finding Snowy Owls around the city’s perimeter.
Everything is free at the first ever Stuff Swap, where organizers encourage people to make sustainable lifestyle choices that are not difficult or intimidating.
Innovative workshops are geared towards individuals who want to support their co-workers to bike, bus, walk or carpool to work.
Billed as an evening of “films, food and fun”, Reel Green promises to inspire people and celebrate nature.
Talented athlete and coach struggles with decision to announce his sexual orientation in a sports world filled with discrimination.
While attendance was down slightly due to the cold weather, the Festival saw larger than usual crowds in their indoor night time venues.
While many choose to stay indoors in this extremely cold weather, others embrace the challenge of cycling, skiing or running winter ultramarathons.
Resource Assistance for Youth takes unique approach to helping marginalized youth in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg shutterbug Dennis Swayze wins Photo of the Month for January in the Canadian Wildlife Federation’s National Photo Competition.
While many citizens imagine Winnipeg as a leader in the promotion of human rights internationally, others would like to see improvement in this area right here at home.