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.
As a charity activist for the past 24 years, I can honestly say that some things take forever, if not longer. Thank you Mr. Winnipeg Bus Driver for providing the impetus!
You just never know the reaction something will generate. I’m not sure what impressed me more – the original story itself, or the overwhelming response to it.
Today, as I was riding a Winnipeg Transit bus from Unicity to Downtown I did not realize that I would be a witness to something amazing.
The underlying premise of CHALK 4 Peace might best be summed up in a statement attributed to Mahatma Gandhi in 1937: “There is no way to peace; peace is the way.”
When Lindsay Boyd found out her sister is allergic to cats, she was devastated. Since Boyd couldn’t have a cat of her own, she decided to volunteer her time to help animals that need love.
The chilly wind was an unwelcome change that created a complicated problem for those rappelling down the RBC building as they battled heavy gusts of wind along with their fears.
Annually, citizens of Winnipeg commemorate the suffering and the deaths of the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki caused by the atomic bombing of those cities.
Winnifred Florence Spence receives the Official Certificate naming of Tom Bird’s Bay.
Since it’s heated up outside, more people have ditched their car keys for bike locks. And volunteers at the University of Winnipeg are giving cyclists a hand with keeping their bikes road ready.