While prison inmates in Canada are upset their pay is being cut, many in the public ridicule them for going on strike. But the vast majority of us have no idea what it’s like behind bars.
Newcomers are discovering healthier options through IRCOM’s healthy snacks program for kids, which serves approximately 75 children and youth on a daily basis.
Thousands gathered to welcome the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, with a Jingle Dance, and to call for inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women.
Enjoy October, because it’s almost half done. A spectacular harvest is wrapping up in the fields, and the Living Skies are absolutely amazing.
I’ve been to a lot of town hall meetings over the years. In terms of the quality of the presentations and the intelligent discussion that followed them, this one was certainly one of the best.
It is Mental Illness Awareness Week in Manitoba. In the spirit of shedding light on the often invisible effects of such issues, I want to share with you about why I see a psychologist.
Green Party of Canada Leader Elizabeth May is calling for major reforms to Canada’s Parliamentary system, as her cross country tour came through Winnipeg today.
Twice a month, approximately 300 pre-ordered boxes are distributed from about 20 easily-accessible community depots across Winnipeg.
Post secondary students learn the power of music as a therapeutic tool at Canadian Mennonite University’s music therapy program, the only one of its kind offered on the prairies.
Would replacing ‘all thy sons’ with ‘all of us’ make Canada’s national anthem more inclusive? At the very least, it may allow us to consider the larger meaning to the words in ‘O Canada’.