Eighty-two cats and 25 kittens were adopted for free from the Winnipeg Humane Society on Friday, November 16th, 2012. In addition, 17 kittens were adopted for a fee of $99 each.
The Joseph Zuken Memorial Trust Fund supports charitable, educational and cultural activities that reflect the values of a politician committed to community and social justice.
Makoonsag Intergenerational Child Care builds community and strengthens families on Selkirk Avenue.
The only newspaper of its kind that covers the Icelandic community in Manitoba and abroad, this modest publication has been publishing since the early years of Icelandic settlement in North America.
On November 7 Alpha House, a home for women who have left abusive partners, will hold its 17th annual fundraiser dinner.
A new exhibit called, Dinosaurs Unearthed, combines the latest scientific research with state of the art, life-sized animatronic dinosaurs.
Approximately 70 paintings, antiques, soapstone carvings and home décor items donated by local artists, the business community and individuals will be sold at the Jubilee Fund auction.
Although grasses dominate the prairies, it is the flowers that capture our eyes. The problem is that prairie plants and pollinators are among the rarest in Canada as little of their original habitat remains.
The first ever celebration of professional artists with disabilities in Manitoba took place Wednesday, October 10 and Thursday, October 11, at The Winnipeg Art Gallery.
Crush Hunger – A Monster Jam Canada Food Drive – took place on October 3, 2012 to collect food for Winnipeg Harvest. Unfortunately, attendance was not what had been expected.