Healthy meals are an important part of Inner City Youth Alive; 80 per cent of the 185 kids that attend the drop-in weekly don’t get enough to eat at home
The powers that be in St. James Assiniboia have decided to make iPads mandatory for middle school students, with the view that textbooks are obsolete and digital electronics are the way of the future.
A group Grade 6 students from Niakwa Place School in the Louis Riel School Division created a video about the history of St. Vital, one of the oldest settled areas in Winnipeg.
Many of us cherish the memories of a simpler time when our daily bread and other essentials could be purchased no more than a block from where we lived.
Manitoba Housing is looking at making some changes to its rental units which could offer tenants the option of living in accommodations that are designated as either smoking or non-smoking.
The Auxiliary Cadets, an arm of the Winnipeg Police Services, are creating a buzz in our city that is drawing attention from other cities across Canada interested in emulating Winnipeg’s program.
When an employer invests in the general wellness of the business and all who are involved, energy is increased, productivity improves, job stability is created and positivity spreads to everyone.
The Bombers said they had a plan to take care of all the concerns about getting to the game on time. Opening night was quite simply a ‘nightmare’ and it’s unclear what can be done to fix it in a hurry.
If we approach reconciliation and philanthropy in a collective and respectful manner we can move forward in a way that benefits both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.
The Food Security Network Gathering, a free event open to all on June 17, will feature presentations about programs involving food security.