“For me, it’s good to know how other people interact with these kids and learn from them – sharing our stories makes me feel like I’m not the only one feeling this way.” Alex DiCurzio is a 20-year-old second year education student at the University of Winnipeg. She spends most of her day in a classroom, as…
The Fringe festival kicked off today in Old Market Square in grand fashion.
Taking place at universities across Canada, Shinerama has grown from a day of shining shoes to the largest student-run charity campaign in Canada.
Ever find yourself wanting to spend your lunch break listening to beautiful classical music played by world-class musicians?
Meet Me At The Bell Tower is a unique, youth-led response to the overwhelming amount of violence in the north end of Winnipeg.
From the first look, you can tell that Jeff Norton’s car isn’t any ordinary car.
I ran into several members of the Darfur Association on Saturday afternoon. They were bearing placards and chanting for an end to the violence in Darfur.
The Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival has been a staple in our city for over two decades.
More than 600 indigenous women in Canada have gone missing or been murdered in recent years.
Several hundred Winnipeggers marched from the Forks National Historic Site to the TD Centre near the corner of Portage and Main in support of a call by the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs for a national public inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada. Among the many speakers was Winnipeg City Councillor Ross Eadie…