The ‘death of a thousand cuts’ in recent years, and the never ending digital revolution have hit hard at what news organizations do best.
Two Winnipeggers are on an inspirational speaking tour of local schools, encouraging young people to bring positive change to the world through social media.
Every year, Ottawa sends out a list of people who are “persona non grata”, and therefore not invited to Canada Day celebrations at consulates around the world.
You know you are Canadian when you feel embarrassed because you can’t understand the person trying to speak English.
As Canada Day approaches, we can all feel grateful for the land where we live and the basic freedoms we enjoy.
With 2014 being the 175th birthday of the photograph, a new festival celebrating photography in all its forms will be featured for an entire month throughout Winnipeg this fall.
Chances are you, or someone you know, has had a bike stolen at some point in time. In my case, I have had the same bike stolen – and returned – four times.
When Manitoba raises its minimum wage to $10.70 an hour in October, it will rank as fourth highest in Canada, yet many still believe it’s barely enough.
Spring has brought the return of garage sale perusing, a modern day activity that harkens back to our age-old need to forage.
In its first show of the season, the much adored outdoor stage presents a heartfelt rendition of the songs and history surrounding this legendary country music diva.