Holiday season allows us to see what poverty really means to those we know as Winnipeg’s poor. “It makes me feel unworthy in the world, like a third class person in my own city, in this rich country.”
What could you do if you had more willpower? Here are some tips and techniques for strengthening your self-discipline.
A Facebook formula drive is mobilizing Winnipeggers to give big, raising $7,000 in just eight days. And things don’t seem to be slowing down.
Following an adventure in feeding the hungry when I was younger, I became inspired by altruism and selflessness, realizing that in life we must give to others without expecting anything back.
The second annual Multi-Cultural Food Fare and Holiday Concert, hosted by the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society, will serve up ethnic food and uplifting music from various genres.
A & O: Support Services for Older Adults held a successful Holiday Fundraiser this week that will enable the agency to provide more services for its growing client base.
Baby steps. Brave little first steps toward infinite possibilities. That is what immigrant and refugee moms and those new to singing in a performing choir have in common.
The victim-offender mediation model gives the victim and offender equal opportunity to express how the crime impacted their lives, and both agree on how the conflict will be resolved.
Onashowewin means “the way we see justice” – a fitting name for the city’s aboriginal restorative justice agency that helps those with criminal charges find a transformative way to resolve their charges without going to court.
As part of Restorative Justice Week, CNC presents articles on this different view of justice. Part 2 in the series looks at a media program that provides refuge for youth trying to stay out of trouble.