Voluntary simplicity is not just a temporary solution to a crisis but is rather a way of life.
In April 2011, Manitoba experienced a one in 350-year flood that forced 2,100 people from their homes. This is still largely the case today.
Summer is a great time to visit cottage country, and one of the more popular destinations is Gimli.
Now in it’s fifth year, this magical festival celebrating music, art, nature and healthy living, has become a signature event along the southwestern shores of Lake Winnipeg.
Creative Placemaking pop-ups found a home in Winnipeg in recognition of 2014 as the Year of Urban Ideas.
There was a lot more blooming than just flowers amongst the beauty of the English Gardens at Assiniboine Park on a recent evening.
Those who travel down the Nahanni are drawn to this legendary river, lured into one of Canada’s largest National Parks.
Homeowners along the shores of Lake Manitoba are not just facing the threat of another flood, but are also fighting what they say is a barage of incorrect information about their plight.
Earlier this month, people came together at the University of Winnipeg to discuss several critical issues facing Canadians.
Winnipeg does have its challenges, however organic waste diversion seems a very efficient, cost effective and sustainable solution for our community and our environment.