One of the few who was often called Mr. Premier long after he left politics in 1985 was Peter Lougheed, who died this month at the age of 84.
Winnipeg’s Project Peacemakers marked International Peace Day 2012 with skits and musical performances at the Free Press Cafe.
Back in the days of Lesage and the Quiet Revolution, before Pierre Trudeau came to power in Ottawa, the question asked most often was What Does Quebec Want ?
Just over 160 Canadians have been killed in Afghanistan since our military was first committed to go there more than a decade ago, and it ain’t over yet.
The underlying premise of CHALK 4 Peace might best be summed up in a statement attributed to Mahatma Gandhi in 1937: “There is no way to peace; peace is the way.”
Bonjour mes amis. Comment ca va? That is about the extent of my ability in Canada’s other official language I’m afraid.
Annually, citizens of Winnipeg commemorate the suffering and the deaths of the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki caused by the atomic bombing of those cities.
Reporters and storytellers like me have a number of time-honoured rituals that are generally guaranteed to raise the anxiety level of all of us.
A northern Manitoba First Nation faces off against Manitoba Hydro to bring light to their crisis of overcrowded, unsafe, and inadequate housing.
I ran into several members of the Darfur Association on Saturday afternoon. They were bearing placards and chanting for an end to the violence in Darfur.