Demands made on Manitoba government to legislate academic staff back to work.
University of Manitoba faculty hopes their resolve on the picket line leads to more flexibility at the bargaining table.
Students caught in the middle of labour dispute as some classes continue to be taught during strike.
No regular bus service to city’s major hockey facility as community committee says little promise of extending service for several years.
Annual event not for the squeamish as the custom is to rip off the head of the crayfish and suck out the juices before getting to the succulent meat inside.
Above all the amazing artifacts contained within, the Charleswood Museum is a bastion of community.
Amidst the crickets, loons and mosquitoes, Raine Hamilton shares her natural talents as a singer/songwriter.
History comes alive in Winnipeg neighbourhoods where century-old artifacts detail the vicissitudes of early domestic life.
Local artist Bob Scurfield was in New York City recently to host an exhibition of his work.
If you’re a lover of the Tango, then the Argentina “Tango” Pavilion is the place for you.