University of Winnipeg’s Oral History Centre provides access to training and equipment so Manitobans can collect stories which need telling.
The entire Rainbow Stage family is continually striving to provide the best musical theatre experience possible – and you can help.
North End Community Renewal Corporation’s Picnic In The Park was planned and coordinated with help from a Summer Internship participant.
TWIN’s last show in Winnipeg before heading out on US tour fills popular Wolseley Cafe.
Assiniboine Park Zoo’s McFeetors Heavy Horse Centre educates and entertains year round.
It felt we were victims of crime when we stopped to buy gasoline, and the frustrating part is the totally helpless feeling you have while your pocket is being picked.
Exhibit marks the first time all Manitoba Treaty medals will be presented as a group at Manitoba Museum.
The 31st Annual Brandon Folk, Music & Art Festival was a big hit with fans young and old.
Games prove that people with disabilities embody athletic excellence and achieve great success in life when barriers are removed.
A growing need for alternative retirement options for baby boomer women has prompted the creation of Winnipeg’s first retirement cooperative for women.