For the past half century, Alanis Obomsawin has directed numerous films that seek justice and fairness for Indigenous people.
Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers’ latest offering deconstructs the camera to frame up how we see ourselves and others.
Local film fest informs people about important issues and helps start conversations about making the world a better place.
Audience totally engaged by band’s high energy performance.
Grocery giant Loblaws set to close 22 ‘underperforming’ supermarkets despite doubling third quarter profits.
Two Minneapolis boys set out to paddle to Hudson Bay on an ambitious journey by a pair who had dreams of “Indians and rapids and Mounted Police”.
Janelle Nadeau Ensemble set to breathe new life into classic songs, just in time for the holidays.
The freedom at stake in the nuclear issue is life itself.
Wiliam Prince warms up West End Cultural Centre with his smooth, rich, golden voice.
“They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old .. We will remember them”.