The recently developed Live Art Lab over at Urban Shaman Gallery is a unique opportunity to feel each other’s humanity and to really be attentive to the other person.
It was an opportunity for people from different parts of Canada to get to know each other and to understand the challenges of living in the north.
A cross between a bar brawl and a hockey fight, the 40-year-old tradition, popularized by architectural undergrads, is back.
Income and its distribution, education, employment, housing, food security and the wider environment have far greater impact on health outcomes than health care.
Part 8 in a series examining homophobia in sports asks straight athletes what it will take to change long standing discrimination.
Many TV newscasts are regarded as no different than the latest police drama or reality show. Sooner or later, it’s all about marketing.
The new half-hour radio program on 93.7 CJNU-FM shares stories that matter to our community.
Foreigner thrills the fans with memorable classics.
Youth in Philanthropy shows that young people today want to get involved and to make positive change in our community.
As protest grows over the government’s anti-terrorism bill, a Winnipeg Green Party candidate adds his voice to the debate.