Would replacing ‘all thy sons’ with ‘all of us’ make Canada’s national anthem more inclusive? At the very least, it may allow us to consider the larger meaning to the words in ‘O Canada’.
Winnipeggers gathered on Friday afternoon to demand a national inquiry into the disappearance or death of over 600 indigenous women in Canada.
Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the coup d’etat and subsequent reign of terror in Chile, Winnipeg’s Chilean community held numerous educational and cultural events recently.
With voter turnout gradually falling, there has been a growing sense that it simply doesn’t matter whether we go to the ballot box or not. That wasn’t the case recently on the prairies.
Walter Spence drove two hours from Peguis First Nation Wednesday night to a hall in Lorette where 200 people listened to Justin Trudeau speak about the government’s responsibility to aboriginal people.
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau spoke to party faithful last night in the Lorette Parish Hall where Terry Hayward was acclaimed as the Liberal candidate in Provencher’s upcoming federal byelection.
For more than a decade, a Manitoba transportation expert has been the most prominent promoter of using airships fuelled with hydrogen as a more efficient and economic way to move goods.
The more we read and hear about the proposed Charter of Values in Quebec, the less sense it makes out here on the prairies, or anywhere else in Canada, for that matter.
The Wilderness Committee is calling on the Manitoba government to fix an underground mine on the verge of collapse under Bernic Lake in eastern Manitoba.
MP Steven Fletcher says Manitoba should be sending surplus hydro power west to the tar sands region of northern Alberta, rather than selling it at a loss to the Americans