The horrible casualties involving innocent civilians at the Boston Marathon gave us yet another grim reminder of how thankful we should be for the sacrifices made on our behalf by people in uniform.
For 28-year-old Harrison Oakes his past is what drives him to learn all he can about bullying and to be a leader in anti-bullying research.
After a successful launch, Winnipeg’s Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers is proving to be a successful social enterprise providing comfort to women and children through the making and donating of soup.
It was a fitting golden anniversary for University of Winnipeg radio station CKUW at this year’s Fundrive, where the community station raised a record amount in donations.
Living Bible Explorers provides residents of the inner city of Winnipeg with hope for a better future. Their programs are strengthening the next generation and helping bring light into homes, schools and communities.
A young mother finds out she has cancer and is given less than a year to live. With a wonderful husband and two young children at home, she is now in a fight for her life.
Soup Sisters is creating a stir this weekend in Winnipeg with an effort to provide fresh homemade soup to women and children escaping violence in their homes.
Nourishing Potential – the Winnipeg Foundation fund providing food and nutrition education to kids – has helped hundreds of Winnipeggers, but it addresses only a fraction of the issue.
What do the super rich do with their money? We’ve been given some interesting examples in recent days, from the plan to build and sail a Titanic replica to the effort to eliminate polio from the world.
Wouldn’t it be cool if the excitement of picking the wings off butterflies to see how long they live was traded in for the excitement of adding gentle breezes to see how high they can fly.