Despite the hazards associated with river ice that is melting and breaking up, many people continue to walk and drive onto the not so frozen waterways, venturing out to their tents to fish.
A Red River College Creative Communications student has won a journalism award for a series she wrote on the subject of restorative justice, which she published on Community News Commons.
When a dog owner started looking for a pet-friendly rental, she expected it to be more work considering she has two large dogs. What she didn’t expect was it to be near impossible to find a place.
Children’s entertainer Fred Penner did the honours of cutting the ribbon in front of a crowd of fifty people who jammed into the unique gift shop and artist workspace, The Scrap Came Back.
Residents can now check the Electronic Citizens’ Information Service (e-CIS) to see whether their property is at risk of frozen pipes.
Hidden in plain view along the streets and alley ways of Winnipeg’s Exchange District are timeless artworks and buildings that convey the fascinating histories of its restless occupants.
Repurposed, reimagined, recycled and fair trade is what The Scrap Came Back store is all about. The gift shop, open since November 2013, will have a ribbon cutting ceremony this week.
Ever since the days of René Lévesque, the PQ has done best when it has kept the sovereignty issue out of the headlines, making some wonder if it will backfire this time.
Texas veteran blues-rockers ZZ Top served up a mess of their brand of down home boogie at the MTS concert bowl Thursday night to a near full house.
There is an average of at least one child in every school in Manitoba who is afflicted with childhood arthritis, yet many professionals working with kids are not aware of this.