The discovery of Tina Fontaine’s remains in the Red River has renewed the call to address the injustice of Canada’s missing and murdered women.
Winnipeg’s Downtown Biz sponsored a two-hour debate featuring five of the 10 candidates in the 2014 mayoral election. Watch the entire debate here.
What a different world it is since that horrible Tuesday 13 years ago, especially when it comes to traveling to the U.S.
Sexual identity and bullying are front and centre in a unique pair of theatrical productions that play off each other.
A recent forum held in downtown Winnipeg outlined what Aboriginal citizens of this city expect of their civic leaders who will be elected to office next month.
Believe it or not, strikes by teachers are relatively rare in Canada, and now the one out west is deadlocked, and mired in acrimony.
Two-thirds of Winnipeg citizens believe City Hall has failed to make government more transparent and accountable.
As Burger King prepares to acquire Tim Horton’s, some are surprised at how much the fast food giant will save in taxes by moving their corporate head office from the U.S. to Canada.
The plight of Aboriginal women and children, today and in the past, is the focus of the work of three artists participating in this year’s human rights showcase gallery.
In April 2011, Manitoba experienced a one in 350-year flood that forced 2,100 people from their homes. This is still largely the case today.