Community Foundation of Canada’s Ian Bird looks forward to CFC’s upcoming convention in Winnipeg where he says Canadians will see how community foundations can help build a better country.
Medical errors kill 24,000 Canadians each year, adversely affect hundreds of thousands, and cost close to two billion dollars. A new book focuses on victims of medical errors and their families.
While many wait for a spring that refuses to arrive, a small few are happy about the big thaw’s late arrival; those include commercial fishers who every winter take to frozen lakes that are teeming with fish.
Watching sports events at venues other than the arena in which they are being played is becoming a more attractive option for many fans looking for a more comfortable experience.
In a wide ranging public forum last month, Winnipeg’s civic government was criticized for lacking vision, accountability and transparency, along with favouring the interests of private developers over those of citizens and communities.
A cooking club developed by the Rehab Centre for Children is growing in popularity as it helps young people of all abilities nourish their potential.
Students of Angus McKay School are set to unveil their art at an upcoming exhibition and sale in support of a project that will create an outdoor workspace in the school’s courtyard.
Winnipeg residents living in the Inkster area celebrate the grand opening of NorWest Co-op Community Health Centre, a unique healthcare co-operative.
Most roads in Saskatchewan and Manitoba are nowhere near the quality of the Trans-Canada, and traveling on any of them seems to be getting more dangerous as time goes by.
A song creates a hilarious movement where young people pop tags at thrift stores looking for amusing fashions to pose in for Instagram. There is however some serious second hand shopping in Winnipeg.