Every Wednesday, a group of people gather at Memorial Park to voice their concerns about what they call the government’s “reckless stewardship of water resources” in Canada.
Finding food in a desert: After three grocery stores in downtown Winnipeg shut their doors, Food Matters Manitoba embarked on a community food assessment.
Beggars on the street are an easy target. If you’re worried about them, and don’t want to drop coins in the hat, maybe think about giving to your local food bank instead.
While most university students are thinking about whether they can afford a beer, Erin Ward was figuring out how she could give back to her community.
It started with one little library in Todd Bol’s front yard made from old lumber and has evolved to over 6000 little free libraries in 36 countries. Many are popping up across Winnipeg.
It was once a great big field, but now part of the city-owned land close to the corner of Grant and Stafford hosts 36 garden plots – and some common infrastructure complaints.
Unique local theatre company begins a conversation about the state of Manitoba’s foster care system from the perspective of someone who has, or is currently experiencing it.
Most baseball fans seem to have long ago abandoned the idea that professional athletes are role models that our kids should look up to.
Something is missing in Osborne Village this year. The seasonal street people have largely disappeared. And neither police nor politicians, area businesses or local soup kitchens know why.
Long referred to as an “advocate of humanity” and “father to thousands,” Strini Reddy can now add Caring Canadian Award winner to his list of accolades.