Winnipeggers will recognize the strong voices represented in John Ralston Saul’s latest nod to the vanguard of educated Indigenous thinkers and actors.
Mayor-elect Brian Bowman certainly has his work cut out for himself, as Winnipeggers wonder how the new boss will implement the promises he made during the campaign.
The Father of Medicare, Tommy Douglas, is still a huge presence in Canadian politics as governments struggle to contain ballooning healthcare costs.
After a week-long occupation of the Jenpeg Generating Station, representatives of the Pimicikamak Cree of Cross Lake brought their protest to Winnipeg.
The day after on Parliament Hill was a truly magnificent scene, and we can only hope that the spirit of it might continue in some small way.
How will the next mayor of Winnipeg effectively engage Winnipeggers in the process of change for the better?
A couple of local election related websites are providing citizens with everything they need to know before going to the polls on Wednesday.
Young people gathered for a mayoral forum on Thursday evening that focused on civic issues as articulated by the city’s youth.
Despite having the second largest police force in Canada, Winnipeg has had a 50 percent increase in youth crime over the last five years.
The high cost of living and the difficulty it’s causing Winnipeg youth is a problem candidates have many ideas on how to fix, but few concrete plans.