Rainbow Stage Community Support Performance has provided over 10,000 tickets to more than 250 community organizations since 2007.
“Meals for kids is more than a meal. It’s basically to connect with the kids, get to know them better; they can share with us what is going on in their lives.”
If it’s on the supermarket shelf, it’s food, so why isn’t it healthy? That’s the tough question Kids in the Kitchen participants want explained.
It was an inspiration to bear witness to a celebration of art-making reflecting Indigenous culture of this region in the hallways and classrooms of Victory School.
Multi-talented Winnipegger Colleen Furlan returns to Rainbow Stage in Les Miserables this summer.
Luckily no one was hurt in traffic mishap on Portage Avenue at Linwood Street.
In Seven Oaks School Division, students are proud to attend a school as diverse as Maples Collegiate, where young Indigenous students are inspired to change stereotypes.
Aim is to ignite patients’ spirits by connecting them to compelling stories in artists’ work and embrace those who have overcome challenges and healed.
An iconic Winnipeg neighbourhood steeped in history, struggles through adversity to flourish once again, thanks to generosity and vision of donors, and a community focused on working together.
Nor’West Co-op Community Health Centre tackles big issues as it opens the first Community Food Centre in Western Canada.