The Father of Medicare, Tommy Douglas, is still a huge presence in Canadian politics as governments struggle to contain ballooning healthcare costs.
After a week-long occupation of the Jenpeg Generating Station, representatives of the Pimicikamak Cree of Cross Lake brought their protest to Winnipeg.
Low electricity rates along with the economic and environmental costs of burning petroleum, has prompted many to choose electric vehicles over gas powered models.
The day after on Parliament Hill was a truly magnificent scene, and we can only hope that the spirit of it might continue in some small way.
Although success stories are rare, I always found the time to sit down with offenders and engage them in conversations designed to help them make a change.
Local superstar cyclists will be racing against the country’s best at the Cyclocross Nationals to be held at The Forks this weekend.
If you ask yourself the who, what, when, where and why questions around your food habits, you never know what you might discover.
Yesterday’s grim finding of infant remains comes a decade after an equally disturbing case in Winnipeg that surprised many and ended tragically.
How will the next mayor of Winnipeg effectively engage Winnipeggers in the process of change for the better?
The Winnipeg Police Service have released information regarding “suspicious circumstances” in connection with the discovery of the remains of four infants found at a storage facility unit.