One of the biggest international news stories of 2013 was the passing of Nelson Mandela. The former South African leader was honoured last month when many gathered at the Manitoba Legislature for a special memorial service.
Hundreds braved the -35 C windchill to participate in the 2nd annual New Year’s Round Dance in the middle of the intersection of Portage and Main.
Communities across the country are showing how integrated social services and social development can help prevent crime.
Several hundred members and supporters of Idle No More gathered at Polo Park Mall’s centre court in Winnipeg Friday evening to sing and to dance. Idle No More spokesperson explains why in this video report.
About 200 people gathered in Winnipeg to celebrate the UN Declaration of Human Rights and to voice objections to Quebec’s proposed Charter of Values.
A bumper crop on the prairies may seem like good news, but the bigger harvests have not only driven down world crop prices, they’ve overwhelmed the grain handling and transportation infrastructure.
While some may feel sorry for the self-destructing Toronto mayor, most have sympathy for the parents and teachers trying to explain to young minds what a drunken stupor is, or a crack house.
I believe the point of continuing the tradition of observing Remembrance Day lies at the heart of the question: What are we prepared to do to protect our democracy?
Local workshop hears how threats to Lake Winnipeg and other bodies of water are coming from nutrient pollution, toxic chemicals, climate change, invasive species and poor government policy.
Many couch potatoes, including myself, have abandoned much of what is offered on conventional television, switching instead to the edgier shows that are offered from non-network sources like HBO and Netflix.