Bear Clan navigates urban spaces to assist those in need
Six reasons to start meditating and stay in the now
New thrift store on Sherbrook will enrich the community
U of W performs remixed Shakespeare play
Changing Winnipeg’s artistic relationship through Inuit Art
July 15-26 The Exchange District and other locations $5.00 - $10.00
On March 14, hundreds of Winnipeggers participated in a Canada-wide Day of Action by marching and protesting against Bill C-51. Apparently I am not the only Canadian who finds the Harper Government’s proposed Anti-Terrorism Bill to be alarming and Orwellian. If you aren’t alarmed already, here is why you should be.
As much of our city knows, Maclean’s recently released an article titled, “Welcome to Winnipeg: Where Canada’s Racism Problem is at its Worst.” Nancy Macdonald - the author of the article - triggered strong reactions across the city, forcing many Winnipeggers to look at ourselves in the mirror. We cannot pretend that racism doesn’t exist in Winnipeg.