After much preparation, the paintings are hung, the sculptures are displayed and the bright, airy feel of the new space sets off the art pieces well.
On Remembrance Day I frequently turn to thoughts of two friends who are no longer here, but this year they are strongly connected.
“Philanthropy sometimes seems like such a big thing, but really it’s something everyone can do.”
As Winnipeg’s Millennium Library celebrates its 11th birthday, major renos focus on new technologies in a cutting edge Makerspace.
Organizers are hoping to raise funds for a hundred newcomer children to learn water safety.
Funny how life works: All along I was worried about Gordon Lightfoot’s death and how it would relate to my father. Now the Canadian musical icon is helping me grieve the loss of my father.
Flash Photographic Festival teams up with Winnipeg Harvest as photographers exchange portraits for donations.
Mitch Dorge uses the drum kit and his insight to remind us all: “Life, it’s awesome!”
Participants (human and pet) encouraged to dress in costume as part of fundraiser for D’Arcy’s A.R.C. (Animal Rescue Centre).
Project part of bigger mandate of Rivers Train Station Restoration Committee to create sustainable tourism for municipality.