It took 100 years to bring these medals together, honouring three brave soldiers who lived on the same block in Winnipeg’s west end.
While many citizens imagine Winnipeg as a leader in the promotion of human rights internationally, others would like to see improvement in this area right here at home.
Innovative redevelopment of St. Matthew’s Anglican Church creates a community of communities.
If homophobia in sports is going to decline, it has to start from the top. Professional athletes and coaches need to instill a more accepting attitude in the young players who look up to them.
The streets may be covered in ice and snow, but cycling is still a popular means of getting around town.
For over 60 years, Rainbow Stage has created fabulous live theatre in Winnipeg, by collaborating with an enormously supportive community.
Outspoken, right-of-centre columnist Tom Oleson lives on through the Scholarship Fund in his name, which supports students at Churchill High School.
GLBT* community reflected in exhibits and stories featured at Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
The magazine came to Regina to create another catchy headline years ago, declaring the area known as north central as “Canada’s worst neighbourhood”.
A family-friendly winter fundraising event for Winnipeg’s youth who are homeless, hungry and hurting.