With Restorative Justice Week Nov 17-24, CNC presents a series about this different view of justice that focuses on victims and the harm done, rather than on offenders and the punishment they receive.
A hole in the sidewalk covered by a single barricade at night, and no barricade during the day, poses a threat to pedestrians walking downtown near the Millennium Library.
Red River College Creative Communications students are aiming for 75 blood donors today as they host the second annual Rally For Red Radiothon in support of Canadian Blood Services.
It was a tense few hours for emergency personnel Wednesday evening as they rescued a young man who was walking on the Red River’s thin ice and then swimming in its frigid waters near downtown.
A man was found collapsed on Tuesday evening November 12 in the Wolseley neighbourhood by a passer-by who kindly called for help.
Taking some common sense preventative measures can help you avoid a winter virus altogether. You’ll also boost your immune system so you can overcome an illness if it should strike.
The Manitoba Government is aiming to increase access to locally grown food with an $81-thousand investment in the Local Sustainable Food Procurement pilot project.
Newcomers are discovering healthier options through IRCOM’s healthy snacks program for kids, which serves approximately 75 children and youth on a daily basis.
It is Mental Illness Awareness Week in Manitoba. In the spirit of shedding light on the often invisible effects of such issues, I want to share with you about why I see a psychologist.
Twice a month, approximately 300 pre-ordered boxes are distributed from about 20 easily-accessible community depots across Winnipeg.