Transcona café helps community discover the gifts of people with developmental disabilities.
Never facing any serious homophobia in the locker room, he’s been accepted by his teammates as fewer and fewer people have issues with him being gay.
Art From The Heart Show and Sale returns on Valentine’s Day weekend, so bring your love of art to the heart of the city and find that hidden treasure.
Winnipeg shutterbug Dennis Swayze wins Photo of the Month for January in the Canadian Wildlife Federation’s National Photo Competition.
One from the top of East or West Blocks will take 31 years to arrive. If a Peace Tower flag is what you crave, the wait could be 42 years!
Charitable organization in downtown Winnipeg helps women and single parents find training and employment, as well as find themselves.
“We hear that there’s nothing like it worldwide,” says WSO conductor Alexander Mickelthwate (on the Winnipeg New Music Festival).
A recent gathering in Winnipeg brought together people of many cultures to discuss how best to respond to violence committed in the name of religion.
At 95, George Waters was supporting more than 70 charities; establishing a Community Building Fund at The Winnipeg Foundation helped simplify the process.
The generosity from others he has experienced in his life inspires retired schoolteacher to give back.