A proposed project that will transport Alberta tar sands crude to eastern Canada is meeting growing opposition from First Nations, environmentalists and citizens who live along the planned route.
People with disabilities experience daunting challenges when it comes to finding employment. This week, a local employment expo took aim at bridging this gap.
A new book and online teaching tool offered as a free download provides a unique perspective on the changes in journalism and how best to tell stories in the digital age.
Not only do the Friends of the Winnipeg Public Library strive to make our libraries the best they can be, they can also enhance your personal library through their used book sales.
In Ottawa, as well as in many provinces — Saskatchewan being the latest — it seems far too easy for majority governments to say, “It’s our way, or the highway.“
If you’re about to attempt a home renovation project by yourself, you may want to read some of this advice on how to manage the task wisely and honestly.
Taking some common sense preventative measures can help you avoid a winter virus altogether. You’ll also boost your immune system so you can overcome an illness if it should strike.
The statute books in Canada are filled with laws that have rarely if ever been enforced. It looks very much as though the contents of Stephen Harper’s latest throne speech will soon be added to the pile.
The Manitoba Government is aiming to increase access to locally grown food with an $81-thousand investment in the Local Sustainable Food Procurement pilot project.
The Culinary Enthusiasts Series of workshops, at Red River College’s new state-of-the-art Paterson Global Institute, are proving to be informative and entertaining hands-on cooking sessions.