Monthly event provides opportunity to meet artists, attend a gallery opening and explore the Exchange.
From Indigenous issues to marijuana laws, wide ranging interview with Trudeau engages large crowd at Free Press Café.
Doors Open Winnipeg 2016 offered many different looks at city’s history, architecture and lore.
Despite few performances and only being together for 9 months this combo puts on an amazing show.
Balmoral Hall students create individual Passion Projects they share with community.
The work of a dozen Manitoba artists featured at inaugural Indigenous Artwalk Tour.
With almost 9% of Manitoba’s population diabetic, encouraging exercise and healthy diet choices, particularly for new Canadians, is critical.
One group of tomorrow’s leaders is connecting immigrant and refugee youth to the arts.
Shaftesbury High School’s Youth in Philanthropy Committee helps students be engaged, active community members.
Access to safe, affordable housing one of many challenges for sufferers of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.