The natural hair movement is gaining momentum in Winnipeg, but it’s slowed by a lack of products and knowledge.
Winnipeg is known for its many haunted locations. This month, the public can visit these places and hear the stories – and perhaps have a first-hand experience.
In a patriarchal society that tones down sensitivity, the Whiny Femmes zine is a breath of fresh air.
Winnipeggers love their cult classics.
The University of Winnipeg has been adapting its campus to address the needs of gender non-conforming (GNC) individuals in the past few years. However, accessibility to gender-neutral washrooms is still an issue.
Winnipeggers aren’t great at reusing their kitchen scraps.
Social change occurs at the intersection of talent and ability. The upcoming Justice for Errol Benefit Show, a showcase of bands coming together to support prison abolition, exemplifies this.
Safer spaces are gaining popularity at festivals and nightlife events. The notion of a safer space varies with the circumstances.
Nuit Blanche: the name says it all. The French term means “sleepless night,” but the social and cultural implications of the words speak for themselves.
“Nut cheese” isn’t what it sounds like. Created by fermenting a blend of nuts, grains and spices, the product is a homemade alternative to store-bought vegan cheese.
If you’ve always wanted to take part in a murder investigation, here’s your chance. Fort la Reine Museum in Portage la Prairie will host its annual Murder at the Museum for two weekends in September.
There are many workshops for the emerging writer to hone their skills – and for the experienced writer to stay sharp.
ArtsJunktion is celebrating 10 years in the community, and will host events at their Exchange District location throughout September.
Aug. 24 to 27 // Not your average block party
July 6 to 9 // Finding a place in the community
June 24 // Hone your skills and collect new ones
Winnipeg’s burlesque scene has exploded in the two years since the Winnipeg Burlesque Festival had its first summer showcase. Traditionally, the scene has been comprised of mostly women, but it’s since shifted to be more inclusive.
Students often receive elementary and high school instruction on Indigenous issues that makes it seem as though colonialism is a thing of the past. But due to cultural events, and prompted by the news, many students become more aware by the time they enter university.
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