There are 300,000 foreign workers holding jobs in Canada. Now, some restaurant owners are accused of replacing long time employees with temporary imports.
For eleven years, the 7th Generation Walk for Mother Earth has been taking place in Winnipeg. The aim is to speak up for aboriginal rights and the natural world.
A report was released in March indicating the Manitoba provincial government earned a C letter grade in delivering its budget targets and providing transparent financial reports.
Why is Health Canada only letting doctors and the public know part of the story about the safety and effectiveness of pharmaceutical drugs? Inadequate information can be dangerous and misleading.
When Senators Duffy, Wallin and Brazeau got into trouble over expenses they rung up on the public purse, it seemed to have raised the stakes for what voters will put up with from their politicians.
Justice Thomas Berger, the man who successfully showed the federal government failed to honour a promise it made to Métis people 140 years ago, was in town recently to set the historic record straight.
A groundbreaking Canadian study reveals that it is less expensive and more beneficial to find housing for people with mental illness rather than pay for the social problems that come with homelessness.
Just in time for the civic election in October 2014, the City of Winnipeg has launched a free Election mobile app, part of an online effort to engage the electorate.
No matter what side of the border one examines, health care remains the single most costly budgetary item for governments in North America; and keeping those costs down is no easy task.
When Liberal leader Justin Trudeau dropped an F-bomb at a boxing match recently, it touched off a debate over swearing and how we learn to use such language.