No director, no set and no rehearsals, where a different actor is the lead for each performance. A unique play invites us to think about oppression, freedom and words.
It was New Year’s Day 56 years ago when the Rose Bowl I was watching on a black and white TV was interrupted with news of a regime change in Cuba.
This Remembrance Day, we recall April 1951 when Lt. Col. Jim Stone issued orders to his men. “No retreat, no surrender.”
An event held at the University of Winnipeg hears from those opposed to Trans Canada’s proposed Energy East Pipeline.
Marty Dolin presses Manitoba Government to provide health care for US war resister Joshua Key, currently living in Winnipeg.
Prairie political scene provides a fascinating world of contrasts as we head into 2015.
Missouri high school teachers say all the effort they put into inspiring knowledge and learning can be lost in the firing of a single bullet.
The Senate report, released in Washington this past week, reaffirms treaties that forbid torture are not worth the paper they appear on.
Opponents say proposed pipeline will encourage further development of Alberta tar sands and potentially unleash uncontrolled climate change.
Food prices are on the rise yet farmers have less income; all the while the future of Canada’s wheat marketing system remains a mystery.