Even when the misogyny isn’t explicit, there’s an underlying vibe that the archetypical cyclist is able-bodied and masculine.
Public facilities for public health
It’s not always easy being green, but several Winnipeg organizations are working to make environmental initiatives more accessible across the board.
Critics of return on investment should focus on workers’ rights
Portage and Main is our public square
The City of Winnipeg needs to ramp up its corporate sponsorship program, according to a business plan prepared by the chief administrator’s office.
1. Winnipeg Free Press
2. Red Rising Magazine
3. Stylus Magazine
Despite our characteristic self-deprecation, Winnipeggers love announcing to each other and the world that our city is great.
The changing institution is a public space worth holding on to
City Archives’ future uncertain years after disaster struck
Six months ago, Errol Greene could feel a seizure coming on. He hadn’t been allowed to take his prescribed epilepsy meds since being brought into the Remand Centre for breaching a probation order on a mischief charge several days earlier.
Two St. Boniface residents have gone to the media with concerns over various “ambush points” they have to negotiate on their daily commutes.
Winnipeg is one great city that never was
A lack of inspiring leadership means democracy needs an overhaul
Riverside encounters show the importance of wild spaces
Let's not get attached to The Bay downtown
Winnipeg’s snow-clearing policies leave potential cyclists out in the cold
1. Stephen Harper voted out of office
2. Robert Falcon-Ouellette’s election
3. Liberal majority in federal election
1. Eric The Great
2. Blaine, aka “Horse Head Accordion Guy”
3. Cathy Herbert / Chris “Chris Without the Hat” Parsons (tie)
Kapyong can shatter assumptions