New Canadians arriving in Winnipeg are introduced to their new country by volunteering at a rural music and art festival. What could be more Canadian than that?
One of the most pressing challenges facing ‘M’ Program participants is finding the time to eat properly and feed their children healthy meals.
Bhaktimarga Swami will present a ‘Krishna Culture Festival’ at Westminster United Church with drama, music and a play tonight (Wed. July 22) at 7 p.m.
See why Lower Fort Garry National historic site is one of Canada’s top ten “must see” attractions.
Sarasvàti Productions will tackle the stigma around mental illness with a new community theatre project.
Winnipeg Free Press staff exercise their green thumbs with Grow-A-Row challenge for Winnipeg Harvest.
Nourishing Potential helps WASAC add healthy food to the menu for the 1,000 Winnipeg kids who attend its summer day camp.
NHL star Jonathan Toews helped announce $116,000 in grants from Nourishing Potential, the fund he supports as a donor and ambassador.
Keep your eyes on the sky or visit the Royal Western Aviation Museum to see two exquisite WWII bombers.
If it’s on the supermarket shelf, it’s food, so why isn’t it healthy? That’s the tough question Kids in the Kitchen participants want explained.