Reporters and storytellers like me have a number of time-honoured rituals that are generally guaranteed to raise the anxiety level of all of us.
Hundreds of people came to Assiniboine Park Friday July 27 for the third of three evenings of Ballet in the Park, put on by Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet.
It was sad to hear that the Zellers name will soon disappear from the Canada’s retail landscape. Especially tough will be the closure of the Bay Downtown location …
The Highway Traffic Act makes it clear that bikes are to be considered vehicles. However, the reality is rarely that simple.
The Millennium Library Park, located on the south side of the Millennium Library, between Smith and Donald Streets, and is now open to the public.
This week, the City of Winnipeg begins construction on a new bike lane project along Pembina Highway that will connect to the Bishop Grandin greenway.
Bullying can happen anywhere. At a school, a mall and now, bullies have the added benefit of being able to use the Internet. Some form of bullying or harassment has touched each and every one of us at some point in our lives. According to information from the Canadian Red Cross website, Redcross.ca, one in…
“For me, it’s good to know how other people interact with these kids and learn from them – sharing our stories makes me feel like I’m not the only one feeling this way.” Alex DiCurzio is a 20-year-old second year education student at the University of Winnipeg. She spends most of her day in a classroom, as…
Residents of the small village of Dunnottar voted to reject a proposed low pressure sewer system project in a referendum that was held on Friday, July 20.
A northern Manitoba First Nation faces off against Manitoba Hydro to bring light to their crisis of overcrowded, unsafe, and inadequate housing.