A panel discussion debates whether building CMHR is a tour de force for our city and our country, or an act of cultural violence against the indigenous heritage of this land.
Compared to national museums in Ottawa, the predictions may be accurate for the expected number of visitors to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, but other figures don’t add up.
She’s worked for candidates at all levels of government, and takes the act of voting very seriously. This is the first time she’s had to work this hard at finding a politician.
Nik Turner’s Hawkwind will be landing in Winnipeg on Monday, September 22 for a show at the Pyramid Cabaret.
Many people are excited about the museum and the hope it engenders for the future, while others refuse to set foot in what they consider to be a waste of money.
Friday night at the Gas Station Theatre and the stars of the evening were having their strings pulled by some pretty creative people.
The discovery of Tina Fontaine’s remains in the Red River has renewed the call to address the injustice of Canada’s missing and murdered women.
Site pays homage to origins of Canada’s community foundation movement while honouring the generosity of Winnipeg Foundation donors.
The Armstrong Point Heritage House and Garden Tour on Sept. 7 will give visitors a glimpse inside the picturesque enclave known as the “Gates.”
The Wayne Arthur Gallery promotes local artists and houses unexpected treasures.