There are countless tragic stories that began with young people who once thought of no finer calling than wearing a Canadian uniform, and trying to make the world a better and safer place.
Crush Hunger – A Monster Jam Canada Food Drive – took place on October 3, 2012 to collect food for Winnipeg Harvest. Unfortunately, attendance was not what had been expected.
Race car fuel plant, Speedway International of St.Boniface was destroyed in a massive blaze Monday evening that sent fireballs into the sky and covered Winnipeg in thick, black smoke.
How do we put a value on Random Acts of Kindness? That discussion is continuing in Winnipeg in the wake of the story about the bus driver and the shoes.
Tonight I sleep on the sidewalk at Portage and Main in an effort to help the homeless.
Home Street’s Block Party in Winnipeg’s West End brings residents together to share an afternoon of fun and to build a stronger neighbourhood.
This selfless act reminded me that if we all did a random act of kindness each day, what a better place this world would be.
As a charity activist for the past 24 years, I can honestly say that some things take forever, if not longer. Thank you Mr. Winnipeg Bus Driver for providing the impetus!
You just never know the reaction something will generate. I’m not sure what impressed me more – the original story itself, or the overwhelming response to it.
Today, as I was riding a Winnipeg Transit bus from Unicity to Downtown I did not realize that I would be a witness to something amazing.