Louisville’s Walk for Compassion was organized by those wanting to end violence and demonstrate they are in control of their streets. It was so inspiring to see families and all generations represented.
Stella Blackbird is not only a visionary; she also has the rare ability to make her visions a reality. After devoting her life to the service of others, Blackbird was recognized with a Caring Canadian Award.
A grant exploring environmental initiatives at The Winnipeg Folk Festival focused on “Inspiring Folk to Leave No Trace at the Festival”.
Beggars on the street are an easy target. If you’re worried about them, and don’t want to drop coins in the hat, maybe think about giving to your local food bank instead.
While most university students are thinking about whether they can afford a beer, Erin Ward was figuring out how she could give back to her community.
Unique local theatre company begins a conversation about the state of Manitoba’s foster care system from the perspective of someone who has, or is currently experiencing it.
Long referred to as an “advocate of humanity” and “father to thousands,” Strini Reddy can now add Caring Canadian Award winner to his list of accolades.
A Caring Canadian: Sister Lesley Sacouman does so much good, the word ‘no’ just doesn’t seem to fit.
Compassion doesn’t mean buying someone coffee. Acting with compassion means choosing how we face the tough stuff – how we listen to the suffering of others and offer assistance that is meaningful.
What made this year’s instalment so extraordinary was the way it embraced its 40th anniversary and showed itself to be North America’s premiere music festival.