Premier Greg Selinger and Mayor Brian Bowman have both joined Jonathan Toews in nourishing the potential of Winnipeg kids.
In season two of Buy It, Fix It, Sell It, Winnipeg’s own Joe and Mike Wolchock, turn ordinary into extraordinary.
If we are really serious about making a difference, why not simply bar such people from getting behind the wheel for life, as they do in a number of European countries?
The Saguenay area of Quebec’s North Shore is a hotbed for whale-watching and a popular kayaking area.
CSI is helping address summer learning loss as well as the nutrition gap for Winnipeg kids – thanks to Nourishing Potential.
It was an inspiration to bear witness to a celebration of art-making reflecting Indigenous culture of this region in the hallways and classrooms of Victory School.
He’s been called Mr. Doom and Gloom by critics in the past but he’s still outspoken (and hopeful).
NHL star and Winnipegger Jonathan Toews promotes the Nourishing Potential Fund this summer.
What’s better than being in the high school musical? How about a chance to shine in front of Canada’s leading musical theatre company?
Misleading food advertising and inadequate labeling can make healthy choices difficult.