“It’s a very visual fundraiser so people who may not know what happens inside the walls of St. Amant actually can see who lives here and what the people who live here are like.”
Winnipeg pet rescue shelter D’Arcy’s A.R.C relies on the efforts of volunteers, and on the support generated by an annual fundraising walk. This year, it raised $15,000 and attracted more dogs and their owners than ever before.
The second annual running of the Dirty Donkey saw a 50% increase over last year despite it being a race through a hilly course in wet sloppy mud, where you crawl under barbed wire, through tunnels and climb over and under obstacles.
Every year, people gather at Memorial Boulevard in Winnipeg to commemorate the horrific atomic bombings of Japan in the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during the final month of World War II.
Winnipeg came alive over the past two weeks, as festival goers were treated to world-class cultural entertainment, delicious ethnic dishes, fascinating cultural displays, and all-around warm hospitality.
Who knew that a drive in the country 17 years ago would be the catalyst behind the creation of the non-profit Matlock Festival, now in its fourth year on an idyllic 45-acre site in Manitoba’s Interlake.
A grant exploring environmental initiatives at The Winnipeg Folk Festival focused on “Inspiring Folk to Leave No Trace at the Festival”.
Unique local theatre company begins a conversation about the state of Manitoba’s foster care system from the perspective of someone who has, or is currently experiencing it.
Long referred to as an “advocate of humanity” and “father to thousands,” Strini Reddy can now add Caring Canadian Award winner to his list of accolades.
What made this year’s instalment so extraordinary was the way it embraced its 40th anniversary and showed itself to be North America’s premiere music festival.