Few realize our city boasts the largest collection of contemporary Inuit artwork in the world. A new exhibit featuring some of the gallery’s permanent collection is part of WAG’s centennial celebrations.
University of Manitoba students are among the many volunteers supporting The Salvation Army’s 6th annual Safe NIght Off Winnipeg streets event for women working in the sex trade.
For anyone fleeing domestic abuse, having a shelter like Osborne House to escape to is a welcome sanctuary. Now, this difficult experience will be made easier with the gift of hot soup.
Community News Commons held a special ‘Looking Forward’ event on Wednesday evening, January 30, at the Winnipeg Free Press Cafe, and there were many good suggestions for CNC’s year ahead.
What is a compassionate city? A delegation of Winnipeggers travelled to Louisville, Kentucky to find out why Louisville was named International Compassionate City of the Year in 2012.
Violence, scandal, and gossip tend to dominate Winnipeg’s major dailies and evening news. More often than not, the good being done in our community often gets lost in the media mix.
Over the next month, the Manitoba Multifaith Council is sponsoring a series of open door events showcasing several different faith traditions thriving in Winnipeg.
While public concern about homelessness continues to be high, that concern depends on your gender, where you live and what experiences you have had with poverty.
Richard J. Scott will soon retire from his post as Chief Justice of Manitoba, which he’s held since 1990. For those wishing to celebrate his years of service, the Chief Justice Richard J. Scott Tribute Fund has been established.
Winnipeggers are fiercely proud of our city and no one likes the fact that we are often portrayed as the child poverty capital of Canada. To say the least, the situation is very challenging. How can we as individuals have an impact?