Lutheran Church of the Cross shares some holiday spirit by serving up its second Annual Community Christmas Breakfast.
Friends and family of the late Claudette Michell are creating a trust fund for her children who she left behind when she died suddenly and tragically in October.
Eighty-two cats and 25 kittens were adopted for free from the Winnipeg Humane Society on Friday, November 16th, 2012. In addition, 17 kittens were adopted for a fee of $99 each.
The Manitoba Follow-Up Study has been tracking participants since 1948, giving insight into health and aging.
The choice among young people is clear, we cannot stand by and watch another one of our classmates, friends or family members fall victim to hopelessness and commit suicide.
Claudette Michell was a mother, grandmother, cultural educator, pipe and drum carrier, storyteller, sun dancer, community helper, mentor, researcher, and coordinator.
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.