Much as they might be criticized for hiding in their ivory towers, the brightest at our universities are betraying the young minds they’re helping to educate when they allow themselves to be muzzled.
With empathy, we can change our relationships with homeless people. As we understand their stories and treat them with dignity, our communities will be more inclusive and compassionate.
I had a fabulous bowl of hot and sour soup at a local Chinese food restaurant the other day and found out the price the owner is paying after his pipes froze this winter.
When Iryna Rayevska first came to Winnipeg from Ukraine a few years ago to do her undergraduate studies, she never would have believed the prospects of going home would be so frightening.
Local production of Gilbert and Sullivan comedy opera offers exceptional entertainment from start to finish.
Despite having some of the finest airport facilities in the world, thousands of folks who live in Manitoba and Saskatchewan would rather drive 3 or 4 hours to Grand Forks or Minot to make their escape.
There was a feeling of camaraderie and togetherness among the participants as they marched through the streets to create awareness for the working class.
People who are elected to high office all seem to do pretty well despite coming from humble beginnings.
This week saw many Winnipeg residents marching against the federal government’s proposed Fair Elections Act at a rally endorsed by several local groups.
A traveling interactive project has people stitching into a blanket responses to the now infamous comment by Prime Minister Stephen Harper: “We have no history of colonialism.”