Deaths and injuries in traffic accidents might some day be stories we read about in the history books, along with lives that are tragically ruined by someone driving drunk.
There is an average of at least one child in every school in Manitoba who is afflicted with childhood arthritis, yet many professionals working with kids are not aware of this.
This month, Jewish Child and Family Service is spearheading a conference featuring national and international speakers taking aim at the difficult issue of youth substance abuse.
World renowned expert analyzes our skill at resolving large-scale conflicts, such as engaging in counter terrorism efforts or mediating the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
With today being World Kidney Day, we remember a great Manitoban, Dr. Ashley Thomson (1921-2013), known around the world for his work in kidney health.
Astronomer and UFO researcher, Chris Rutkowski, delivered an engaging talk on the rise in UFO sightings, as the Dream Big event at the UofM investigates the mysteries of the universe.
While the makers of alcoholic beverages ask the public to “please drink responsibly”, it’s safe to say that even in moderation, drinking can cause many problems.
École Robert H. Smith held it’s annual community breakfast which raises money for local charities while teaching children the importance of philanthropy.
University of Manitoba presents a week long series of events uncovering the secrets and mysteries of the cosmos, and featuring a visit by the world’s coolest and sexiest astrophysicist.
When the lives of five families changed forever in November 2012, it seemed impossible that something good would ever come from this tragedy. Last week, that’s what happened.