Responding to changes in the practice of medicine, Canadian Blood Services close some collection sites but are quick to remind us that regular blood donations are still desperately needed.
After a magazine article shines a national spotlight on Winnipeg’s so called ‘race problem’, a forum held at University of Winnipeg focuses on how to identify racism, confront it and eliminate it.
Meter maids ride bikes through neighbourhoods teeming with garage sales, on the hunt to ticket illegally parked cars.
FIFA Women’s World Cup hits Winnipeg just as women’s game takes on more prominence worldwide.
One of many challenges is the declining number of services available to sufferers and their families.
The team name goes back more than a hundred years, but now it has come to represent just about everything that is wrong with the government of this country.
She is there. People are aware of her, but don’t see her even though she is someone’s daughter, niece or even granddaughter.
Vote for the change you want: public forum reveals Canadians deeply concerned about state of our democracy
There is a real disconnect between the theory of democracy and its current reality in Canada.
Get the most out of your bike riding this season – educate yourself on how to prepare your bike.
With over 300,000 households at risk of eviction as federal funding expires, a documentary explores the human cost of homelessness in Winnipeg.