For graphic designer Ty Johnston, Winnipeg is a vibrant city, full of heart. And that’s why he’s drawn it that way.
Over the next month, the Manitoba Multifaith Council is sponsoring a series of open door events showcasing several different faith traditions thriving in Winnipeg.
While public concern about homelessness continues to be high, that concern depends on your gender, where you live and what experiences you have had with poverty.
Spirit’s Call Choir, a mixed non-audition community choir, enters its second decade in 2013 of singing for pleasure and staging two benefit performances every year.
Richard J. Scott will soon retire from his post as Chief Justice of Manitoba, which he’s held since 1990. For those wishing to celebrate his years of service, the Chief Justice Richard J. Scott Tribute Fund has been established.
Winnipeggers are fiercely proud of our city and no one likes the fact that we are often portrayed as the child poverty capital of Canada. To say the least, the situation is very challenging. How can we as individuals have an impact?
Sistema Winnipeg held its first holiday concert at Crescent Fort Rouge United Church. More than 80 youngsters from grades one to four took part in this unique and valuable program.
The retail market is full of all kinds of giveaways and incentives to make us purchase merchandise. Maybe we should turn these ‘deals’ into acts of kindness towards those less fortunate.
Murray Couling is one of the first employers to be involved in the self-directed, independent living model, “In the Company of Friends”, available to people living with a developmental disability.
First Nations families that bought their first homes recently have seen their investment increase an average $25,000 in just three years thanks to a new housing program.