Just imagine four days without phones, email and meal prep. Imagine instead sitting in silence, spending time outdoors, remembering your dreams and having time to ponder them.
A local café is providing meaningful employment for people with developmental or intellectual disabilities who often face societal challenges like isolation and discrimination.
With the advent of spring comes a creative look at cycling in and around Winnipeg. Two filmmakers have made a video for Green Action Centre all about biking through beautiful neighbourhoods and parks.
Soup Sisters is creating a stir this weekend in Winnipeg with an effort to provide fresh homemade soup to women and children escaping violence in their homes.
Winnipeg’s Reh-Fit Centre was recently chosen as the best medical fitness facility in the world. The key to their success is how they work with people experiencing medical problems.
A passion for making toys helps Russell Zaretski battle mental illness while pursuing his dream of building and selling board games, and the unique toys that go with them.
When you retire you get to be the person you were always meant to be. That’s the goal of many who will gather to share best practices on how to build inclusion and community for older adults.
Sarasvàti Productions hosts its Cabaret of Monologues celebrating International Women’s Week. The theme: Wild Women, featuring stories of women who break barriers and go against the grain.
Nourishing Potential – the Winnipeg Foundation fund providing food and nutrition education to kids – has helped hundreds of Winnipeggers, but it addresses only a fraction of the issue.
With help from Home Depot, Alpha House is able to renovate two of their seven kitchens. Alpha House is second stage housing where women who have left an abusive partner can live for up to a year with their children.