Everyone dies, but not everybody really lives. A father remembers his soldier son who taught us to live and love life to the fullest, and that tomorrow is promised to no one.
Studio 393 and Graffiti Art are creating many engaging projects that target youth living in neighbourhoods where they are vulnerable to the influence of gangs.
Every year, Flavie-Laurent Centre (FLC) takes in over 7000 donations of clothing, furniture and housewares. These in turn, are distributed free of charge to thousands in Manitobans in need.
Singing has a tremendous ability to lift one’s spirit. And it’s the singing of Spirit’s Call Choir that welcomes new Canadians to their adopted homeland.
Travel Manitoba’s newest advertising pitch for the province has a distinctive pulse to it and it evokes an image that the province is a heart-warming place to be. However, is this notion truly reflective in the actions of its residents?
With today being World Kidney Day, we remember a great Manitoban, Dr. Ashley Thomson (1921-2013), known around the world for his work in kidney health.
École Robert H. Smith held it’s annual community breakfast which raises money for local charities while teaching children the importance of philanthropy.
A tragic attack that left a music student paralyzed has generated community support for the young man and created a campaign to dissolve fear surrounding homophobia.
For a quarter century, Rob McInnes has been helping connect large and small employers to diverse, skilled people with disabilities who are perfectly employable but may still have some difficulty landing a job.
After losing her healthy, athletic Dad to a rare heart muscle disease, a young Winnipeg woman is organizing a hockey tournament to raise awareness and funds for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.