Published March 3, 2011
The average Canadian uses 330 litres of water a day, according to Environment Canada.
The City of Winnipeg has entered into tentative agreements with the rural municipalities (RMs) of Rosser and West St. Paul to expand water and sewer services beyond city limits, sparking debate over Winnipeg’s overall planning strategy.
A city-wide newspaper, distributed to soup kitchens and homeless shelters, sold and written by the many Winnipeggers struggling to make ends meet.
Newspapers are going to shit. It’s no secret – we all know it’s true.
The extreme prairie weather arguably hits us hardest in January. Following that, it hits us where the sun don’t shine: the chassis of our vehicles.
The idea of universal human rights has proven to be one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th, and so far, the 21st centuries.
When I think of live theatre, my mind floats to some of the tropes that have come to dominate the medium – unrealism, cloyingly maudlin performances and heavy-handed attempts at audience affectation.
I Love to Read Month is over now, but it doesn’t mean you have to stop turning the pages.
When A.J. Schmid’s South Osborne apartment went up in flames at the beginning of December 2010, his bandmates in local progressive black metal band Eyam were just happy he and his girlfriend made it out alive.
Carlos is a film about sex, drugs and terrorism, and that just might be the worst part.
With the atmospheric carbon emissions levels hovering around 391 parts per million (ppm) as of January 2011, and the threat of rising global oil prices, the need to reduce carbon emissions and reliance upon oil is increasingly clear.
On Friday, Feb. 25, a group of student activists, feminists, representatives of community organizations and community members rallied outside the Law Courts on York to protest the sentencing decision made by Justice Robert Dewar regarding a Thompson rape case.
Little over a month ago, the Weinstein Company released a 23-minute documentary on the making of the Oscar-winning film “The King’s Speech.” In it, screenwriter David Seidler discusses the long struggle to get the script approved for production by the Crown.
More music this week
Within seconds of sitting down with Emma Cloney, you realize two things about her: she is a determined woman, and there is nothing that can stop her.
Consider this scenario: Winnipeg needs Sam Katz to perform some dire mayoral duty but he is out of town. What happens?
It’s hard finding an apartment while going to school, especially if you’ve made poor financial choices in the past.
Mennonites walk among us. And they have secrets.
You can find a picture of Pamela Anderson doing pretty much anything.
A new Canadian Border Service Agency (CBSA) policy is being hotly debated among those in local women’s studies and shelter communities.
Jaime Black’s weapon of choice is a red dress.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF JUSTICE ROBERT DEWAR’S DECISION TO GIVE KENNETH RHODES A CONDITIONAL SENTENCE, AND WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE RHETORIC USED IN THE DECISION?
Police arrest employee in drug bust; North End feline shuttle spays and neuters; Donated bed bug covers fend off the pesky critters; Dogs hot topic at city hall; Sump pump subsidy now available
South Korea encourages northern uprising; Assange extradition ruling; Christchurch quake recovery continues; China overtakes Japan; Saudi Arabia ’s King Abdullah returns home
U OF W TO HOST LECTURER FROM IRAN; Arab -Jewish dialogue expanded via talk; Presidential succession at CMU; Wesmen player makes all -star team; Active Living Centre coming to U of M