School children walk past demolition site on Lilac Street as debris showers down around them because no safety fence was erected before the work began.
Now that the Truth and Reconciliation Report has been issued, the idea is proposed to set aside one day a year to remember the painful legacy of the Indian Residential School system.
The passing of Jacques Parizeau, a great leader of Quebec nationalism, leaves behind a mixed legacy.
Awards went to people, places, organizations and events that have gone above and beyond to offer a superior tourism experience to visitors in Winnipeg.
There is a serious side to play, one I had never considered until I met with some remarkable women in the midst of an ambitious project in the heart of Winnipeg’s North End.
Hundreds of conscious acts of kindness will be performed on Wed. Jun 3 as part of Conscious Kindness, the first of four Winnipeg Wednesdays celebrating United Way of Winnipeg’s 50th anniversary.
Free coffee or juice and a cinnamon bun to be given to green commuters as part of the week-long Commuter Challenge.
Free multi-media workshops will help turn a story idea into an engaging work of online journalism.
The insidious nature of targeted online advertising has many internet users concerned about their privacy and about the future of advertising.
The thunder roared on a sunny day in Winnipeg as 1,400 motorcycle riders started their engines for this year’s annual Ride For Dad.