Finding food in a desert: After three grocery stores in downtown Winnipeg shut their doors, Food Matters Manitoba embarked on a community food assessment.
There we were – a Ukrainian Catholic and a Lutheran with front row seats at an incredibly rich and significant Hindu ceremony, marking the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.
Something is missing in Osborne Village this year. The seasonal street people have largely disappeared. And neither police nor politicians, area businesses or local soup kitchens know why.
Winnipeg City Hall is now offering forgivable loans of $10,000 to people buying condos in the area known as The Exchange. If you stay there for at least five years, the loan doesn’t have to be repaid.
Yesterday, in Bonnycastle Park, I came across two women during lunch hour sitting on a bench talking about sex. I tried not to eavesdrop but it was too interesting not to.
Accompanied by candid floats, upbeat music, and the enlivening sounds of an enthusiastic and excited crowd, the Art Whale parade was held recently in Winnipeg attracting more than 500 people.
Across the city, Winnipeggers came out to enjoy the beautiful weather and to celebrate Canada Day 2013.
Newspaper editors from across Canada were treated to an exclusive tour of the Canadian Museum For Human Rights, an architectural marvel set to open in 2014.
Not many women want to deal with diapers and milk bottles at 53. But this retired educator made a decision to adopt a child 11 years ago and has since single-handedly raised three other children.
An historic walking tour of Winnipeg called, “Devour the District Tour” is definitely a feast on foot. This unique outing features excellent cuisine and some fascinating history.