Winnipeg is considering reducing the speed limit on residential streets from 50 kph to 40. It may just be an idea whose time has come.
Since it’s heated up outside, more people have ditched their car keys for bike locks. And volunteers at the University of Winnipeg are giving cyclists a hand with keeping their bikes road ready.
The Highway Traffic Act makes it clear that bikes are to be considered vehicles. However, the reality is rarely that simple.
This week, the City of Winnipeg begins construction on a new bike lane project along Pembina Highway that will connect to the Bishop Grandin greenway.
Bullying can happen anywhere. At a school, a mall and now, bullies have the added benefit of being able to use the Internet. Some form of bullying or harassment has touched each and every one of us at some point in our lives. According to information from the Canadian Red Cross website, Redcross.ca, one in…
Residents of the small village of Dunnottar voted to reject a proposed low pressure sewer system project in a referendum that was held on Friday, July 20.
Taking place at universities across Canada, Shinerama has grown from a day of shining shoes to the largest student-run charity campaign in Canada.
Some of the first citizen journalists to create and post content on Community News Commons have been Red River College students.
Meet Me At The Bell Tower is a unique, youth-led response to the overwhelming amount of violence in the north end of Winnipeg.
This past winter, students at Lockport warmed up to a new way of evacuating the school in emergencies.