The 2nd Annual Social Purchasing Portal Holiday Shopping Bus Tour is a unique way shoppers can learn about the positive effect that buying locally can have on our economy.
Ninety years ago today, a statue of a First World War soldier was unveiled at Winnipeg’s most famous corner, commemorating Bank of Montreal employees killed in action.
The Annual Blueberry Pancake Breakfast on behalf of Local Investment Toward Employment shows the benefits of creating a diverse and economically beneficial environment for people to live and work in.
A hole in the sidewalk covered by a single barricade at night, and no barricade during the day, poses a threat to pedestrians walking downtown near the Millennium Library.
It was a tense few hours for emergency personnel Wednesday evening as they rescued a young man who was walking on the Red River’s thin ice and then swimming in its frigid waters near downtown.
Learn about writing, photography, videography and more at free sessions hosted by journalists from local media.
A man was found collapsed on Tuesday evening November 12 in the Wolseley neighbourhood by a passer-by who kindly called for help.
Inspired by Vikings in their world of sea expeditions, Danish artist Annesofie Sandal has taken Jonah’s tale to a whole new level, displaying her work for the first time in Canada.
“Survivors of residential schools have been saying for decades that they were subjects of experiments. But it takes a white guy with a PhD to say it before it’s accepted.”
Art + Body show asks, What if instead of seeing disability as tragic, we admired the creativity of these artists? What if disability was seen as a source of truthfulness and deep life experience?