Five years after being diagnosed with depression, artist Graham Hnatiuk is back with a strong series of work exploring environmentalism and humankind’s eroding connection with our surroundings.
In a world full of toys, a simple, little kaleidoscope seems to contain many secrets that parallel life and the beautiful opportunities presented to us everyday.
Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times investigative reporter, Michael Moss, was in town this week to talk about what food companies do to their products in order to hook us, one nacho chip at a time.
Aboriginal youth have set out from First Nations communities across the province to convene in Winnipeg for the first-ever Youth Exchange on food security in Manitoba.
Learn to eat healthier and fight back against the food giants when Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Michael Moss is in Winnipeg on Feb. 27.
Predicting the future will always be a risky business it seems. Twelve months ago, who would have been psychic enough to predict all the strange and unusual events that have transpired?
Debbie Patterson’s one-woman show, playing Feb. 27 to Mar. 9 at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film, examines a community on the brink.
This year’s Actif Epica ultra-marathon demanded that all contestants dig deep and draw from their intestinal fortitude. Pushing the limits for all involved was the teaching lesson of the day.
Before you congratulate me for losing 15 pounds, maybe wait another year, because getting that excess weight off is only half the battle. The other half is keeping it off. And I’m not confident this time will be any different from other times.
When it comes to abusive and violent hockey parents, a zero tolerance or one strike policy is needed. A parent who throws a punch would forfeit the privilege for their kid to play hockey for the season.