The first major exhibition of classical antiquities in Manitoba in more than half a century, opened last weekend at Winnipeg Art Gallery. And what a collection it is!
World Happiness Report shows money doesn’t buy happiness, but rather loving kindness to others.
Seeing that photo radar doesn’t reduce speeding, perhaps the revenue generated by the fines collected can be used to make our streets safer.
Pedestrian friendly neighbourhoods and good community design will be examined in upcoming forum.
The more people understand natural ecosystems, the more likely they are to protect them.
The young and talented musicians who make up the band ZABA are set to play tonight at 72 Princess with a new line up.
Winnipeggers can choose from more than a dozen guided walks across the city presented in an innovative and uniquely neighbourly fashion.
The hopes that Mark Chipman and David Thompson had four years ago when they bought the Atlanta Thrashers and moved them to Winnipeg have paid off big time.
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.
“The last memory he had of a bike is of the one that transported him to a hospital when his leg was blown off at the age of ten.”