People donated all sorts of things and helped themselves to what others were giving away, as organizer hopes to make it a regular event.
City protesters voice concern about the government’s anti-terrorism bill and its impact on Canadian civil liberties.
The stories are unfathomable, even grotesque, as ignorance and lack of skill in attending to the needs of dying patients are still tragically common in Canada.
Carrying signs that read, “1984 is not an instruction manual” and “get up stand up for your rights” protesters took the streets of Winnipeg over the weekend.
“A city would be bankrupt without vision or a dream. Our whole life is dreaming ahead and how it can be better, and how we can do things for other people.”
As youth struggle with racism, housing, poverty, employment and mental health issues, The Winnipeg Foundation is committing $100,000 for projects that address these key concerns.
Lesbian football player believes education and awareness are the best ways to end homophobia in sports.
While Premier Greg Selinger presides over a divided NDP caucus, voters wonder if there will be a viable alternative to what’s become a gong show down on Broadway.
Five films of West Broadway residents sharing stories of their lives are screened at engaging neighborhood event.
Child Nutrition Council hosts popular fundraising event as Manitoba government announces additional $200,000 in funding.