The story of one war widow and her struggle for support highlights the difficulties faced by many of Canada’s veterans and their families in the wake of recent federal government changes to Veterans Affairs services.
Winnipeg kids created their most outrageous, nutritious and delicious sandwiches and shared them on video. Now it’s your turn to vote and help determine the People’s Choice.
Repurposed, reimagined, recycled and fair trade is what The Scrap Came Back store is all about. The gift shop, open since November 2013, will have a ribbon cutting ceremony this week.
There is an average of at least one child in every school in Manitoba who is afflicted with childhood arthritis, yet many professionals working with kids are not aware of this.
This month, Jewish Child and Family Service is spearheading a conference featuring national and international speakers taking aim at the difficult issue of youth substance abuse.
With today being World Kidney Day, we remember a great Manitoban, Dr. Ashley Thomson (1921-2013), known around the world for his work in kidney health.
École Robert H. Smith held it’s annual community breakfast which raises money for local charities while teaching children the importance of philanthropy.
Literary obsessions, teen truckers and fairy tale rejections – find out what ten young women think about the state of the world as Sarasvàti Productions presents ten monologues by Canadian playwrights.
Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times investigative reporter, Michael Moss, was in town this week to talk about what food companies do to their products in order to hook us, one nacho chip at a time.
Aboriginal youth have set out from First Nations communities across the province to convene in Winnipeg for the first-ever Youth Exchange on food security in Manitoba.