South Sudan war results in another lost generation, inspiring Winnipeg women to create a centre of peace and empowerment.
Cycle of abuse common, yet misunderstood.
Citizen patrol walks through some of Winnipeg’s most dangerous neighbourhoods in effort to protect city’s most vulnerable.
While Manitoba schools have come a long way in sex ed, conservative values evident in some small towns may be hindering progress.
City’s gender disparity among the worst in Canada.
Kerry Muswagon’s Cultural Awareness class teaches skills and knowledge passed down over many generations.
Ceramics, glass, fibre, wood, metal, and paper are all part of unique and engaging work by local artists featured at Manitoba Craft Council’s annual Member Exhibition and Sale of Contemporary Craft.
Can you tell your story in three minutes?
Journalist Frances Beynon was one of the main voices calling for women’s voting rights.
Video series, Meta Medicine, documents the challenges, issues and growth of Winnipeg’s thriving alternative healing community.