Site pays homage to origins of Canada’s community foundation movement while honouring the generosity of Winnipeg Foundation donors.
Artist Eunice McKay ingeniously uses a collage of images that she places into her painting of a homeless person’s shopping cart, to represent her own personal “wish list” for human rights.
Fort La Reine Museum in Portage la Prairie has a collection of photos of the John Lennon – Yoko Ono ‘bed-in’ that not many people have ever seen before.
Peace Days kicks off its annual festival in Winnipeg with hopes of building a community through kindness and compassion.
When Faye Hall heard about the work of one non-profit organization in Africa, she was determined to reach out and help, by using the gifts of her tremendous artistic talent.
Child Haven Internatonal has a champion in Winnipeg, who is helping provide food, shelter, clothing and health care to orphaned children and destitute women.
Manitoba Randonneurs are a group of hardcore cyclists who tackle long distance events across Manitoba.
Two-thirds of Winnipeg citizens believe City Hall has failed to make government more transparent and accountable.
Unprofessional conduct by Winnipeg cab drivers is out of control, while the lack of alternate choices limits any opportunity to fight back.
The Trans-Canada Highway between Winnipeg and Regina is getting busier all the time, so why can’t we think of better ways to make the journey safer.