Premier Brian Pallister’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic has prioritized the free market over the public services that have acted as the backbone of Manitoba before and during the current crisis.
Winnipeg’s reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic has ranged from a toilet paper hoarding frenzy to a general sense of malaise as students try to navigate online classes, with many scrambling to apply for EI.
The first two months of the new decade have seen a slew of initiatives branded with the Manitoba 150 logo.
1. Callie Lugosi
2. Jess Mann
3. Jen Doerksen
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1. Frances Koncan
2. Callie Lugosi
3. Jen Zoratti
Catherine McKercher has very few early memories of her brother Bill, other than the fact that he had a wonderful laugh.
For Greg Tonn, owner of Winnipeg’s premier vinyl destination Into the Music, staying afloat in the digital age is all about adaptability.
In the present climate crisis, buying ethically made apparel can be an act of solidarity. Fast fashion and the relentless cycle of buying and throwing away clothes that wear out within the same year is not sustainable, nor has it ever been.
The face of politics is quite literally changing. With election season ahead of us, campaigning has paved the way for a number of exciting candidates from diverse backgrounds.
The hospital isn’t the first place one might expect to hear an orchestral performance.
We live in an age where our voices can be heard by the masses with just a few clicks of a button.
1. Bear Clan Patrol
2. TIE: QPOC Winnipeg / Black Space Winnipeg
3. Meet Me at the Bell Tower
According to Polaris Prize-winning musicologist Jeremy Dutcher, the Canadian arts scene is in the midst of an “Indigenous Renaissance.”