Hey! We live in Canada and we have a long and frequently nasty winter. It very much defines who we are as Canadians, but the deep freeze reminded us that the definition is not the same everywhere.
Whether it’s sharing natural resources or helping out during nasty weather, taking care of each other is what a country like Canada is all about.
A water main break in Winnipeg’s south Osborne neighbourhood brought gushing water and icy slush into the streets on Monday afternoon.
An American health journalist visits Canada — and likes what she sees: a clinical tool used by doctors that is based on strong evidence linking poverty to bad health outcomes.
The caller on the phone claims your computer is causing problems on the Internet, and in the process of helping you ‘troubleshoot’ the issue, your identity is stolen.
The priority for Canadian health care isn’t reducing wait times; it’s addressing the poor health of the country’s Aboriginal populations by dealing with poverty, diet, education and housing.
Communities across the country are showing how integrated social services and social development can help prevent crime.
This year’s 3rd annual Christmas Shoebox Drive was a huge success thanks to the generosity of Winnipeggers who provided gifts to children living in Winnipeg’s inner city.
Sunday, December 22, 2013 marked the one year anniversary of what is being dubbed as a planetary shift in consciousness — an online movement created by a group working to heal the world.
Ah the ‘Joy of Christmas’ … and the ‘Sadness of Christmas’. No other time of year manages to invoke both extremes so completely.