Endurance athletes competing in the 130 km ultra marathon in the middle of February have been advised to be prepared for an extremely difficult race and to realize what they’re getting into.
Living in a country with high levels of inequality damages us all, harming the physical and mental health of everyone in society, even those at or near the top of the socioeconomic scale.
For artists coping with mental health issues, Artbeat Studio is a sanctuary where one can thrive in a supportive environment. Marcus Bauer is one of the artist alumni who will be participating in Artbeat’s 24-Hour Art-a-thon this week.
The Recipe for Success Video Cooking Contest encourages kids to share their most delicious and nutritious sandwich recipe in a short video for a chance to win big while learning about healthy food.
Preparing to run or cycle the Actif Epica 130 km race in mid-February, athletes check the course and prepare themselves for one of the toughest races they will ever compete in.
It’s clear that poverty has devastating effects on children and families, but the federal government has yet to create a poverty reduction plan — despite numerous recommendations to do just that.
When New Zealander, Hai Romana came to Winnipeg ten years ago, a twist of fate and some caring individuals enabled him to live here for good, which has many in the community happy that he stayed.
How do you increase sales of broccoli? Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Moss recently discovered you design an ad campaign that comes out swinging.
Contrary to what may appear in the media, Winnipeg’s North End is a community full of strong and healthy individuals who are working together to creatively address the challenges faced by families and residents.
Growing up in a home where alcoholism was prevalent and where she was often ridiculed, Kathleen Crosby turned to art. “I went to a place where I wasn’t worried about things that were too hard to think about,” she says.