When high winds and strong waves suddenly kick up on Lake Winnipeg, beach goers in Matlock lose sight of a windsurfer, and a day long search ensues.
The Monarch Butterfly Festival at the Living Prairie Museum was a treat for Winnipeggers who learned what they could do about the insect’s declining numbers.
More than a million acres of farmland will not produce a crop this year, as we witness once more that people on the prairies respond to those in need.
At Delta Beach along the shores of Lake Manitoba residents fear high water levels will leave them even more susceptible to the devastation they experienced in 2011.
What do you do on a very hot and humid July day in Winnipeg? Why not go to a Christmas concert featuring a handbell choir.
Everyone in our community is invited to help plant Winnipeg’s first food forest at The Forks this coming weekend, which is also the Summer Solstice.
Sand dunes, pinchushion cactus, blue-green oasis, spring-fed ponds and riverbank forests. It doesn’t sound like Manitoba but it is, and one way to experience it is through an adventure race.
Academy Road, the main upmarket shopping and dining destination in River Heights is about to get a makeover.
Food Matters Manitoba’s April Slater is helping northerners raise chickens – and increase their economic independence.
The first 100-mile ultra-marathon held in Manitoba attracted veteran long distance racers as well as newly aspiring ultra-marathoners. Just competing in this grueling endurance test is considered a victory.