Incessant eyesore of overflowing garbage brings new meaning to ‘roll up the rim’.
It’s understated, tucked away and free, yet the Manitoba Electrical Museum and Education Centre is very engaging and just might be “the place” to take your kids this spring break.
Snow sculpting, community breakfast, keep students and staff busy in Winnipeg’s south end.
Local troupe set to serve up big laughs with comedic production.
If lines are moved, vacant land could be used as north-south active transportation corridor.
As Chair of the Standing Policy Committee on Finance for the City of Winnipeg, City Councilor Marty Morantz has more than just his ward’s constituents on his mind.
Local cyclists embrace mild temperatures.
Skin doctor faces stiff opposition to his plans to build a clinic along Academy Road.
“I’m happy we’re moving from singing and praying to action,” says Pat Mathews who has organized peace concerts for the past decade.
Expo’s 20th year features the theme “Illumination” and provides a perfect sanctuary from the chilly fall weather.