Declared legally blind 9 years ago, Manitoba artist Wendy Provins has persevered through several eye surgeries, on her incredible journey to see again and to create some amazing art.
Five Red River College journalism students have written stories judged good enough to bear the names of two giants of Winnipeg journalism.
Computer security is particularly frightening for boomers, who were late into the digital game. They’re ‘addicted’ like everyone else, but unsure of how it all works, making them vulnerable.
Overlooked in disbelief, financially insecure and emotionally overcome, people with invisible disabilities remain faceless in a crowd.
A report was released in March indicating the Manitoba provincial government earned a C letter grade in delivering its budget targets and providing transparent financial reports.
What started as four Winnipeg friends with a passion for guiding Manitoba walks has since – two decades later – become a full-fledged walking group with hundreds of members and an unquenchable thirst for seeking out new trails.
Agnostic is the term I’m choosing to describe what I believe about climate change. In other words, I don’t know. And, unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be many reliable honest brokers of the truth any more.
Internet users need to be aware of potential compromises that are possible from Heartbleed Bug, the computer software vulnerability that was recently made public.
Yesterday’s lunar eclipse that turned an orange red color, grabbed the attention of star-gazers and conspiracy theorists. It was the first of four such lunar events that will occur in the next 18 months.
Legendary children’s performer Fred Penner was front and centre at this year’s 12th annual DASCH (Direct Action in Support of Community Homes) Recognition Awards Luncheon.