Debbie Patterson’s one-woman show, playing Feb. 27 to Mar. 9 at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film, examines a community on the brink.
This year’s Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra’s New Music Festival featured a sensational lineup of critically acclaimed talent performing some of the best compositions the world has ever known.
Monday being Louis Riel Day and a holiday for many, and mother nature co-operating by giving us beautiful weather, people came to Voyaguer Park in droves.
Perhaps it’s an optical illusion, or the hallucinations of a prairie boy who’s fed up with living in the polar vortex, but is that a palm tree I see before me beside one of the venues in Mother Russia?
Leah McDonald and Chrizza Landicho had a table for three on a date with Louis Riel, celebrating the famous leader on this special made in Manitoba holiday.
Held during the same time as Festival du Voyageur, passers-by cannot help but stop and look at this magnificent waterfall of ice protruding into the sky with people climbing it.
The best thing about enduring a frigid prairie winter is knowing that every February the Festival du Voyageur brings thousands of people together for one of the best cultural events this province has to offer.
As the 45th annual Festival du Voyageur opened this weekend with fun and festivities galore, it was clear this year’s edition would be a special one.
On a frosty cold Friday night, with a beautiful full moon overhead, true voyageurs and explorers of Winnipeg braved the weather to come together and kick off the 45th edition of Manitoba’s most famous winter festival.
As delegates gather in Winnipeg for the International Winter Cycling Congress, one brave soul offers a video guide on how to manage the two-wheeled commute at this time of year.