Although grasses dominate the prairies, it is the flowers that capture our eyes. The problem is that prairie plants and pollinators are among the rarest in Canada as little of their original habitat remains.
Claudette Michell was a mother, grandmother, cultural educator, pipe and drum carrier, storyteller, sun dancer, community helper, mentor, researcher, and coordinator.
The first ever celebration of professional artists with disabilities in Manitoba took place Wednesday, October 10 and Thursday, October 11, at The Winnipeg Art Gallery.
Crush Hunger – A Monster Jam Canada Food Drive – took place on October 3, 2012 to collect food for Winnipeg Harvest. Unfortunately, attendance was not what had been expected.
How do we put a value on Random Acts of Kindness? That discussion is continuing in Winnipeg in the wake of the story about the bus driver and the shoes.
Tonight I sleep on the sidewalk at Portage and Main in an effort to help the homeless.
In the tumult and reinvention of journalism, there are moments when the way ahead becomes clearer. One of those moments occurred Tuesday.
This selfless act reminded me that if we all did a random act of kindness each day, what a better place this world would be.
As a charity activist for the past 24 years, I can honestly say that some things take forever, if not longer. Thank you Mr. Winnipeg Bus Driver for providing the impetus!
You just never know the reaction something will generate. I’m not sure what impressed me more – the original story itself, or the overwhelming response to it.