The culture of compassion that built a 500 million dollar organization with 1100 volunteers is noticeable the minute you walk into any one of their buildings.
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With gardening season upon us, the Annual Garden Makeover Competition is back looking for the best in edible landscapes.
With empathy, we can change our relationships with homeless people. As we understand their stories and treat them with dignity, our communities will be more inclusive and compassionate.
This spring, young people in Winnipeg will share their knowledge and experience by taking the Youth Vital Signs Survey. The results will reveal how people ages 14-29 feel about the city.
Everyone dies, but not everybody really lives. A father remembers his soldier son who taught us to live and love life to the fullest, and that tomorrow is promised to no one.
Studio 393 and Graffiti Art are creating many engaging projects that target youth living in neighbourhoods where they are vulnerable to the influence of gangs.
Every year, Flavie-Laurent Centre (FLC) takes in over 7000 donations of clothing, furniture and housewares. These in turn, are distributed free of charge to thousands in Manitobans in need.
Singing has a tremendous ability to lift one’s spirit. And it’s the singing of Spirit’s Call Choir that welcomes new Canadians to their adopted homeland.
Presently, some of the most chronically homeless people in Winnipeg are being housed in the most expensive and inappropriate housing around. Now, a local task force aims to change this.