Seeing the truth about anything, including racism, no matter how unbearable, is the first step to improve the sustainability and quality of our lives.
When citizen reporter Vivian Ketchum came to the aid of an Indigenous woman who had been beaten, she soon realized how scared and vulnerable she felt when no one would stop to help.
Manitoba Eco-Network focuses on the little decisions people make on a daily basis that provide opportunities to care for the environment and leave a healthy world for future generations.
Manitoba Museum internship provides glimpse into the past and a window to the future.
Local soccer club develops pilot project aimed at helping Winnipeg soccer players achieve higher levels of skill and experience.
Locally organized event searches for the many ideas in Winnipeg that will be a driving force for change and a starting point for inspiration, creativity, innovation, and uniqueness.
Kids attending the afterschool program at On the Move expand their palates and food knowledge, make better food choices – and love every minute of it.
Canada’s chartered banks are guaranteed to make a healthy profit, regardless of how bad things get in the rest of the economy.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s after-school program provides kids with engaging programming, great role models and nutritious snacks.
A summer spent working at Global College has high school student coordinating human rights course while learning about world issues.