Portage la Prairie cyclists will be able to fix their own bicycles at a newly established Community Bicycle Repair Shop set up by the Portage Active Transportation Committee.
Garden of Nations will give new Canadians chance to grow familiar food they couldn’t easily find or afford in Winnipeg grocery stores.
Three generations of Anishinaabe women are helping our community by sharing their personal story of overcoming the legacy of residential schools.
We may not get paid for writing for CNC but the training we receive and the opportunities it provides are priceless.
St. John’s-Ravenscourt YiP committee members inspired to give back to their community.
Service dog gives child with autism a much needed sense of responsibility and security.
St. Mary’s Academy young philanthropists celebrate another busy, successful year helping several local charities.
With almost 9% of Manitoba’s population diabetic, encouraging exercise and healthy diet choices, particularly for new Canadians, is critical.
Story of “Big Bill” Adamson reveals how something very simple can dramatically change a person’s life.
Michael Champagne receives warm welcome from Rotary Club of Winnipeg where he discusses reconciliation and how to support Aboriginal youth.