The Fringe festival kicked off today in Old Market Square in grand fashion.
Taking place at universities across Canada, Shinerama has grown from a day of shining shoes to the largest student-run charity campaign in Canada.
Some of the first citizen journalists to create and post content on Community News Commons have been Red River College students.
Meet Me At The Bell Tower is a unique, youth-led response to the overwhelming amount of violence in the north end of Winnipeg.
This past winter, students at Lockport warmed up to a new way of evacuating the school in emergencies.
Power utilities in both Manitoba and Saskatchewan should be getting more serious about doing business with each other.
I ran into several members of the Darfur Association on Saturday afternoon. They were bearing placards and chanting for an end to the violence in Darfur.
With mortgage rates at historic lows, and a continuing low vacancy rate, Winnipeg’s housing sector is as competitive as ever.
Churchill MP Niki Ashton criticized the federal government for having “…cut the programs that would help to be part of the solution.”
More than 600 indigenous women in Canada have gone missing or been murdered in recent years.