Recent move paved way for company to become Manitoba’s top Commuter Friendly Workplace in 2015.
“The teachings that come through in making Aboriginal art are so accessible and so profound.”
2015 was the year The Winnipeg Foundation officially unveiled the Alloway Arch and Widow’s Mite Fountain at The Forks.
Hanging festive decorations on Portage Avenue a long held tradition in “Christmas Capital of Canada”.
Siloam Mission’s Judy Richichi is optimistic heading into a major capital campaign to tackle homelessness and poverty.
Popular event features different school choirs singing holiday favorites all this week.
Martha Street Studio Members Show and Holiday Carnival has great art for sale along with unique fundraising events.
The official unveiling of a Memorial Quilt in honour of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Obtaining nutritious affordable food in Winnipeg’s downtown and north end is not just about the cost, but the variety and availability, as well.
“I’ve heard of kids who said to gang recruiters, ‘I can’t join because I have to do my music.’”