The Colours of Corydon public art exhibit is another of the many reasons to love Winnipeg.
With Canada Day last week and World Refugee Day June 20, it’s a good time to consider the responsibility that this country and its citizens have towards people fleeing their own homelands.
In season two of Buy It, Fix It, Sell It, Winnipeg’s own Joe and Mike Wolchock, turn ordinary into extraordinary.
CSI is helping address summer learning loss as well as the nutrition gap for Winnipeg kids – thanks to Nourishing Potential.
He’s been called Mr. Doom and Gloom by critics in the past but he’s still outspoken (and hopeful).
Artbeat Studio celebrates ten years of helping artists with mental health issues find ways to heal through their artistic endeavors.
This year’s event welcomes cyclists of all skill levels, while putting the spin on high performance road cycling and mountain biking.
School children walk past demolition site on Lilac Street as debris showers down around them because no safety fence was erected before the work began.
Items are donated all year and folks travel from near and far for the one day fundraiser which has earned a reputation as a destination event.
She is there. People are aware of her, but don’t see her even though she is someone’s daughter, niece or even granddaughter.