Do you know where your food comes from? This is a question more and more people are asking, but when it comes to purchasing food for schools, buying local can be a challenge.
The University of Winnipeg is holding its annual sustainability festival this week and it looks like this year’s events will be more interactive and engaging than ever before.
Nourishing Potential – the Winnipeg Foundation fund providing food and nutrition education to kids – has helped hundreds of Winnipeggers, but it addresses only a fraction of the issue.
With the new investors Group Field ready to open on the UofM campus, neighbourhood residents weigh the costs and benefits of having the Bombers new home in their backyard.
What do the super rich do with their money? We’ve been given some interesting examples in recent days, from the plan to build and sail a Titanic replica to the effort to eliminate polio from the world.
Wouldn’t it be cool if the excitement of picking the wings off butterflies to see how long they live was traded in for the excitement of adding gentle breezes to see how high they can fly.
What does growing local mean to you? Hundreds find out what it means to them at the 6th annual Growing Local conference.
Idle No More is about nearly everything that is wrong with our society, but fundamentally it is about love. Love of family, friends, complete strangers, future generations, the air we breathe, the water we drink, the earth we walk on.
Students at Henry G. Izatt School have been busy this year producing “HGI News and Entertainment” — a TV news and information show about their school and their community.
Roger Annis, coordinator of the Canada-Haiti Action Network and longtime political activist, was at the Annual General Meeting of Peace Alliance Winnipeg, where he spoke about the motivation behind France’s intervention in Mali.