This is the way the world mends; with a pyrotechnic bang and a whisper. WE Day motivates thousands of students to create positive change.
Human Rights Hub and Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties create unique opportunity for a more just future.
After much preparation, the paintings are hung, the sculptures are displayed and the bright, airy feel of the new space sets off the art pieces well.
Grassroots program aimed at improving housing conditions and preventing homelessness.
Educational and community programs provided through donor support help non-profit musical theatre company change the lives of Manitobans.
Prairies come alive with the sound of music as local singers show why Manitoba is known as ‘the singing province’.
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.
Arts organizations develop financial stability thanks to a Federal program and to donors’ generous support.
Non-profit e-waste and recycling program supports community members with disabilities.