Show poster seemed to advertise a party of unbridled energy. But the reality was five really talented musicians reading sheet music.
Educational and community programs provided through donor support help non-profit musical theatre company change the lives of Manitobans.
I was filled with a strange mixture of happiness for her and unbearable grief and longing for myself.
On Remembrance Day I frequently turn to thoughts of two friends who are no longer here, but this year they are strongly connected.
“Philanthropy sometimes seems like such a big thing, but really it’s something everyone can do.”
It’s been an autumn to remember in southern Manitoba as temperatures soar way above normal across the province.
While City Council aims for annual inspections of rooming houses, those operating without a license may fall between the cracks.
As Winnipeg’s Millennium Library celebrates its 11th birthday, major renos focus on new technologies in a cutting edge Makerspace.
Each year in South Osborne hundreds of people are fed using the principles of permaculture.
Cat overpopulation is a problem all citizens must solve together; rescue groups and shelters can’t do it alone.