Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre turns out to be a busy and engaging summer job placement.
Ambassadors make mean streets a lot nicer for residents, businesses and visitors.
Popular Wolseley bakery treats guests to free cinnamon buns, coffee, tea and live music.
When citizen reporter Vivian Ketchum came to the aid of an Indigenous woman who had been beaten, she soon realized how scared and vulnerable she felt when no one would stop to help.
Manitoba Museum internship provides glimpse into the past and a window to the future.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s after-school program provides kids with engaging programming, great role models and nutritious snacks.
A summer spent working at Global College has high school student coordinating human rights course while learning about world issues.
University of Winnipeg’s Oral History Centre provides access to training and equipment so Manitobans can collect stories which need telling.
TWIN’s last show in Winnipeg before heading out on US tour fills popular Wolseley Cafe.
Exhibit marks the first time all Manitoba Treaty medals will be presented as a group at Manitoba Museum.