People kept asking,”Who is that?”, as Les Boulanger presented his MMIA set, where he juxtaposed hard hitting news clips with traditional Indigenous music.
The West End Football Futures Clinic helps West End youth develop important life skills – and now its even helping some pay for post-secondary education.
Wahbung Abinoonjiiag Inc. counsellor Casey Ludwick helps at risk-youth find their voices by giving them a chance to set their own paths.
Winnipeg Folk Festival honours David Lindley with Artistic Achievement Award at last Friday’s successful fundraising event at the Fairmont.
The Arts & Disability Network of Manitoba is breaking down barriers to make our community accessible to artists of all abilities.
With awareness growing for the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, local musician Raine Beth Hamilton has rallied together artists who want to act.
Nearly 10 years after a PTSD diagnosis, artist Daniel Lemire releases “Rantings of a Mad Man” and hosts a fundraising symposium on mental health.
Today’s international event reminds us that through kind actions, we can brighten the world for others.
Born with cerebral palsy, bullied much of his life, NIc Dyson says he “writes songs to create something positive out of the extreme negatives that I have to experience in my life.”
The challenge of learning English after immigrating to Canada from Argentina, gives local woman insight into teaching Spanish to her colleagues at work.