They stood defiant in the pouring rain and sang several songs advocating against war and criticizing recent pension cuts to Armed Forces personnel.
Winnipeg historian and freelance writer, David Perlmutter, completes the first ever academic and scholarly examination of the history of animated television, to be released on June 24.
The 33rd annual Winnipeg Walk for Peace and the 4th annual Winnipeg Peace & Justice Festival took place over the weekend, promoting a culture of justice and peace at home and around the world.
On June 14, six-time cycling and speed skating Olympic medalist, Clara Hughes, will visit Winnipeg as part of her 110-day national bicycle tour across Canada supporting local mental health.
Soccer’s World Cup will be lighting up TV screens around the world for the next several weeks as questions swirl around the sport’s governing body and Canada’s absence from the tournament.
In Winnipeg last year, the total take from red light camera and photo radar tickets was more than $11 million, but the number of accidents continues to rise. Is this about safety or fundraising?
App developers aim to celebrate inspiring stories and have at least one social network dedicated exclusively to making a positive impact.
Over the past 14 years, a dozen Mounties have been shot to death in the line of duty. This week, three more officers were killed in Moncton. Are we doing enough to protect our front line of defence?
The culture of compassion that built a 500 million dollar organization with 1100 volunteers is noticeable the minute you walk into any one of their buildings.
Table For 1200 highlights Winnipeg’s emerging design scene by bringing together architecture, design and culinary expertise in an entertaining and stimulating event.