If you are seeking a different way for your holiday shopping to have more of a local impact, there’s an event that might help you avoid the chaos of the malls and provide funds to a local registered charity.
As part of Restorative Justice Week, CNC presents articles on this different view of justice. Part 2 in the series looks at a media program that provides refuge for youth trying to stay out of trouble.
One of the city’s oldest, independent, educational, registered charitable visual art organizations is hosting their Affordable Art Sale & Auction.
Filled with the excitement and anticipation of seeing Santa, children of all ages lined the route on a beautiful Saturday evening, and for the second year in a row, got to see Mrs. Claus too.
FortWhyte Alive was abuzz last week when a pine marten was spotted leaping through the tree tops, evading an alarmed mob of birds. It was the first sighting of a marten in the park’s 40-year history.
People with disabilities experience daunting challenges when it comes to finding employment. This week, a local employment expo took aim at bridging this gap.
Not only do the Friends of the Winnipeg Public Library strive to make our libraries the best they can be, they can also enhance your personal library through their used book sales.
Many people lack experience to get a job, but can’t get experience without one. A new program aims to fix this while helping non-profits attract young talent.
Foreign students at Red River College have to face many challenges living in Canada. Fortunately, they don’t have to do it alone thanks to a cultural and language mentor program offered by the College.
Cats are a social media phenomenon. And with their pillow-like bodies and pudgy faces, fat cats are among the most popular. But having an overweight pet is no laughing matter.