Holiday season allows us to see what poverty really means to those we know as Winnipeg’s poor. “It makes me feel unworthy in the world, like a third class person in my own city, in this rich country.”
Celebrating a Christmas Festival with classics, carols and cookies, the Winnipeg Pops Orchestra was a hit under the direction of Mary Ann Taylor at the Holy Redeemer Church.
You can recognize the hard work of the “earthie” in your life by nominating them for an Anne Lindsey Protecting Our Earth Award.
Cliff Chadderton, World War II veteran, journalist, War Amps CEO and documentary producer will be remembered for his great work, dogged determination and fine character.
The 2nd Annual Social Purchasing Portal Holiday Shopping Bus Tour is a unique way shoppers can learn about the positive effect that buying locally can have on our economy.
A & O: Support Services for Older Adults held a successful Holiday Fundraiser this week that will enable the agency to provide more services for its growing client base.
When Black Friday, one of the biggest shopping days of the year, lands on Buy Nothing Day, mall shoppers pause to consider their options.
Baby steps. Brave little first steps toward infinite possibilities. That is what immigrant and refugee moms and those new to singing in a performing choir have in common.
The Annual Blueberry Pancake Breakfast on behalf of Local Investment Toward Employment shows the benefits of creating a diverse and economically beneficial environment for people to live and work in.
Onashowewin means “the way we see justice” – a fitting name for the city’s aboriginal restorative justice agency that helps those with criminal charges find a transformative way to resolve their charges without going to court.