For nearly a century, city hall has tried to address appalling rooming house conditions that most Winnipeggers ignore.
Sarasvàti dedicates FemFest2016 to transformation: our changing world and our evolving definition of gender.
Mennonite Bretheren Collegiate Institute students discover local agencies helping youth impacted by trauma.
Jazz Fest concludes with rocking, jazzy, funky show that had audience dancing, clapping and jumping.
There’s something special about this band and how their music touches the crowd.
FIrst of four Alleyways Markets planned for the Exchange this summer kicked off on Friday with Manitoba foods and products on the menu.
National Aboriginal Day saw one Winnipeg teacher engaging young people in a dialogue about Canada’s Indigenous reality.
Kudos to Winnipeg’s Jazz Fest for their series of free concerts at The Cube, like the sensational performances by Dawn Pemberton.
It will be hard for Jazz Winnipeg to top the masterful performance by Kamasi Washington and his band.
Non-Indigenous community can connect deeply to Aboriginal culture and heritage.