Residents of the small village of Dunnottar voted to reject a proposed low pressure sewer system project in a referendum that was held on Friday, July 20.
A northern Manitoba First Nation faces off against Manitoba Hydro to bring light to their crisis of overcrowded, unsafe, and inadequate housing.
Ever find yourself wanting to spend your lunch break listening to beautiful classical music played by world-class musicians?
Lord Stanley’s Cup makes an appearance near Portage la Prairie early Monday evening.
Meet Me At The Bell Tower is a unique, youth-led response to the overwhelming amount of violence in the north end of Winnipeg.
This past winter, students at Lockport warmed up to a new way of evacuating the school in emergencies.
From the first look, you can tell that Jeff Norton’s car isn’t any ordinary car.
The Canadian Tour Player’s Cup ended in dramatic fashion with Chris Killmer from the United States coming out on top.
With mortgage rates at historic lows, and a continuing low vacancy rate, Winnipeg’s housing sector is as competitive as ever.
The Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival has been a staple in our city for over two decades.