The 27th annual Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival is putting the spotlight on some very talented performers, writers and other dramatists until July 27.
It’s bad enough when characters in the play realize they’re not real, but when the audience is informed that they’re also fictional, it’s too much for some.
The 27th annual Winnipeg Fringe Festival opens today and runs until next Sunday, July 27, 2014.
An international conference on investigative journalism recently held in Winnipeg, uncovers the lies some governments tell to the public.
Everyone in our community is invited to help plant Winnipeg’s first food forest at The Forks this coming weekend, which is also the Summer Solstice.
They stood defiant in the pouring rain and sang several songs advocating against war and criticizing recent pension cuts to Armed Forces personnel.
The show capped off the month-long celebration and featured several talented acts that manifested the beauty of Asian culture, from invigorating music performances to awe-inspiring dances.
On June 14, six-time cycling and speed skating Olympic medalist, Clara Hughes, will visit Winnipeg as part of her 110-day national bicycle tour across Canada supporting local mental health.
Table For 1200 highlights Winnipeg’s emerging design scene by bringing together architecture, design and culinary expertise in an entertaining and stimulating event.
Allison Spak, a counsellor at Wahbung Abinoonjiiag Inc., works side-by-side with an elder to help women and families recover.