As Canada Day approaches, we can all feel grateful for the land where we live and the basic freedoms we enjoy.
When Manitoba raises its minimum wage to $10.70 an hour in October, it will rank as fourth highest in Canada, yet many still believe it’s barely enough.
They stood defiant in the pouring rain and sang several songs advocating against war and criticizing recent pension cuts to Armed Forces personnel.
The 33rd annual Winnipeg Walk for Peace and the 4th annual Winnipeg Peace & Justice Festival took place over the weekend, promoting a culture of justice and peace at home and around the world.
Soccer’s World Cup will be lighting up TV screens around the world for the next several weeks as questions swirl around the sport’s governing body and Canada’s absence from the tournament.
In Winnipeg last year, the total take from red light camera and photo radar tickets was more than $11 million, but the number of accidents continues to rise. Is this about safety or fundraising?
Federal leadership is needed for staff at nursing homes to improve their quality of care, and to help them reduce their use of antipsychotic medication to control residents.
It’s surprising to learn that much of the medications given to children in Canada have never been adequately studied or even formally approved for the conditions they are commonly prescribed to treat.
Academy Road, the main upmarket shopping and dining destination in River Heights is about to get a makeover.
Facing the embarrassment of having the made-in-Saskatchewan hit TV show shoot its movie in Toronto or Winnipeg, the government ponies up; ironic after killing its own tax credit three years ago.