It may be Earth Day today, but some businesses, like Assiniboine Credit Union, are responsible to the environment all year round. It’s why they’ve been chosen as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers.
A camp where LGBTT youth can experience summer camp offers a safe place for young people, often the most in need of friendship and a positive environment.
While many wait for a spring that refuses to arrive, a small few are happy about the big thaw’s late arrival; those include commercial fishers who every winter take to frozen lakes that are teeming with fish.
In a wide ranging public forum last month, Winnipeg’s civic government was criticized for lacking vision, accountability and transparency, along with favouring the interests of private developers over those of citizens and communities.
Most roads in Saskatchewan and Manitoba are nowhere near the quality of the Trans-Canada, and traveling on any of them seems to be getting more dangerous as time goes by.
Opponents of HudBay Mineral’s planned copper mine at Reed Lake, Manitoba, held a peaceful demonstration last night at a company information meeting in Winnipeg. Video reports included.
Lots of places get April showers, but in much of Canada, we are virtually guaranteed that we have to deal with flooding almost every other year.
While considerable monies are spent on cycling routes in Winnipeg, the city still falls short when compared with other communities like Vancouver where getting around by bike is safer and easier.
Occupational therapy researchers at the University of Manitoba are trying to find out what could be done to ease winter time transportation woes for those who use wheelchairs and scooters.
With the advent of spring comes a creative look at cycling in and around Winnipeg. Two filmmakers have made a video for Green Action Centre all about biking through beautiful neighbourhoods and parks.