Presently, some of the most chronically homeless people in Winnipeg are being housed in the most expensive and inappropriate housing around. Now, a local task force aims to change this.
A traveling interactive project has people stitching into a blanket responses to the now infamous comment by Prime Minister Stephen Harper: “We have no history of colonialism.”
Spring is a great time to buy shoes and since I like to pride myself on beautiful foot clothing, I will share with you the top five best shoe stores in Winnipeg.
It’s been 275 years since the Grey Nuns first set up hospitals and schools in Canada. Today, this legacy lives on through the work of Sara Riel Inc.
Declared legally blind 9 years ago, Manitoba artist Wendy Provins has persevered through several eye surgeries, on her incredible journey to see again and to create some amazing art.
Black Sabbath was on fire last night as the heavy metal pioneers, led by the legendary Ozzy Osbourne, treated fans to a dazzling show at MTS Centre.
The audience travels to different rooms of this heritage home, watching the story unfold, in a one-of-a-kind production that promises to be an immersive event theatre goers will not soon forget.
A groundbreaking Canadian study reveals that it is less expensive and more beneficial to find housing for people with mental illness rather than pay for the social problems that come with homelessness.
When it comes to walking or biking, what services and infrastructure would you like to see provided by the City of Winnipeg? Answers to this will help develop the city’s Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies.
As Manitoba artist Wendy Provins prepares to move to British Columbia, Gallery 415 on St. Anne’s Road is saying goodbye with an open house featuring many of her latest works.