What happened to the “resource boom” that was driving the economic engines in western Canada to new heights?
A group exhibition of Aboriginal building design responds to the recent surge of Indigenous architecture in Canada.
Winnipeggers will recognize the strong voices represented in John Ralston Saul’s latest nod to the vanguard of educated Indigenous thinkers and actors.
Mayor-elect Brian Bowman certainly has his work cut out for himself, as Winnipeggers wonder how the new boss will implement the promises he made during the campaign.
When Bud Grant was honoured recently at Investors Group Field, it reminded many of the Blue Bomber dynasty he led, while underscoring the team’s difficulties in the past quarter century.
As neighbourhoods around Manitoba get ready for Halloween, a look at the holiday’s origins provides an interesting cultural history.
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra shares spotlight with local public school for epic night of classical Vivaldi
One of the many reasons to love Winnipeg is for its variety of music, and last night was no exception.
Addressing poverty is the answer to improving educational outcomes.
The product prototyping workshop in the Exchange District, is one of the most exciting and innovative makerspaces in the country.
In the middle of a heated confrontation, it’s best to step back and take stock of the situation. By not letting your emotions run rampant, you’re in a better position to act with integrity.