After 18 years of business, local eatery and bookstore Mondragon is closing its doors for good, marking the loss of a unique social and cultural icon in Winnipeg’s Exchange District.
In the city’s 2014 budget discussion, a property tax hike is proposed. Mayor Sam Katz defends the increase, saying taxpayers want better roads and will pay more to have them. This begs the question: what are we paying for now?
Youth at risk in Winnipeg will get a fighting chance to improve their lives thanks to a new endowment fund created by the Winnipeg Police Service through The Winnipeg Foundation.
In the midst of a Winnipeg heat wave, runners gathered again this weekend for yet another evening of winter fun — a scenic race along Winnipeg’s groomed footpaths.
Building on local strengths is the key to cooling medical hot spots, which are areas where just a handful of citizens cost the health care system millions of dollars per year.
A water main break in Winnipeg’s south Osborne neighbourhood brought gushing water and icy slush into the streets on Monday afternoon.
Athletes choose how they will complete their respective distances: run, ski or bike but any choice will not grant them reprieve from the punishment they will endure in this Wisconsin race.
Jack Frost welcomed frozen Manitobans into the New Year with a blast of cold air and some hot fireworks at the Forks Market in Winnipeg.
This year’s 3rd annual Christmas Shoebox Drive was a huge success thanks to the generosity of Winnipeggers who provided gifts to children living in Winnipeg’s inner city.
Through the hustle and bustle of Christmas, people from near and far take time to see the traditional Cantata, Christmas Is Jesus, and to be reminded of the true meaning of the holidays.