On Nov. 14, 2015, anyone making a gift to a Manitoba community foundation will see their donation stretched by a contribution from The Winnipeg Foundation.
Brand-new educational initiative will feature Musical Theatre Conference, specifically geared towards junior high and high school students.
“I’m happy we’re moving from singing and praying to action,” says Pat Mathews who has organized peace concerts for the past decade.
CNC multi-media training returns this fall with a line up of free workshops covering various aspects of online journalism.
These kids are winners, and not just in a big soccer game. For one thing they’re still alive, which they might not have been had they remained behind in their own countries.
Thanks to an impressive team of volunteers, the Forks will once again host the Shimano Canadian Cyclocross Championships this weekend.
Manitoba Tourism Education Council MTEC EmployABILITY Employment Expo sees people with disabilities as a ready work force with skills and abilities.
It was 36 years ago when diplomat Ken Taylor sheltered six Americans who had barely escaped with their lives from the American Embassy in Tehran.
One of the largest grants in the Foundation’s history celebrates 95th year.
Fundraiser supports cultural centre that helps diverse communities stay connected socially and culturally.