Eating green: Winnipeg is about to get its first Freshii restaurant.
42nd annual Winnipeg Folk Festival coincides with 50th anniversary of Arlo Guthrie’s epic Alice’s Restaurant
Folkies of all ages set to take over Bird’s Hill Park July 9-12.
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.
The Colours of Corydon public art exhibit is another of the many reasons to love Winnipeg.
With Canada Day last week and World Refugee Day June 20, it’s a good time to consider the responsibility that this country and its citizens have towards people fleeing their own homelands.
Botany professor, Dr. Richard Staniforth, takes CKUW’s Jonathan Kornelsen on a springtime tour.
Program helps parents be the best at the most important job they will ever have.
In season two of Buy It, Fix It, Sell It, Winnipeg’s own Joe and Mike Wolchock, turn ordinary into extraordinary.
If we are really serious about making a difference, why not simply bar such people from getting behind the wheel for life, as they do in a number of European countries?
The Saguenay area of Quebec’s North Shore is a hotbed for whale-watching and a popular kayaking area.