Considered one of this country’s greatest achievements, the Canadian flag is a half century old next month.
Studying music gives inner-city youth much needed confidence to contribute to our community.
Canadian classic rockers prove they’ve still got it.
The Canadian Multicultural Disability Centre’s Mental Health Support Group is helping immigrants and refugee youth participate in community.
They say, “If you don’t like the weather, wait a few minutes, because it will probably change.” Who ever thought we would be saying that about the economy?
Deborah DesRivieres posthumously supports that which she held dear thanks to her Community Building Fund at The Winnipeg Foundation.
Assiniboine Park Conservancy and Marymound join forces to offer Foodology, which promotes hands-on, real world activities for lessons that last.
“I used to think sports was a social anchor for the gay movement but now it’s becoming a powerful tool. Homosexuality used to be stigmatized, but now homophobia is what’s becoming stigmatized.”
Bill Thomas’ specialized therapeutic approach demonstrates old is new again when it comes to some counselling techniques.
“We are all Treaty people” has been a common refrain heard across Canada in the past decade. But what does it mean, and how should teachers explain it to their students?