Published March 6, 2013
I work in a store that sells pornography and sex toys.
When Tiffany Thomas started working at Poppie Clothing, it was completely casual.
Kum Koon Garden, located on King Street in Winnipeg’s Chinatown, is a great place to try some adventurous food.
How far would you go to keep your job? Fetch your boss’s lattes? Babysit your boss’s kids? Resist stealing the office supplies?
Before there were Indiegogo campaigns and the iPhone 5, Leonard Yakir spent years preparing his films the old fashioned way.
Cluster New Music + Integrated Arts Festival has been a fairly underground initiative since it began in 2010. Yet the little festival that could has been offering new and exciting programming, and drawing big name acts from around the world since it’s inauguration.
Matt Colpitts has been putting himself out there, but you wouldn’t know it from scouring the concert listings checking for the Winnipeg singer-songwriter’s name.
On Feb. 25, the CBC reported on an internal Defence Department report showing a potential drop in spending on foreign deployments - from $470 million now to just $5 million in 2014-2015.
International Women’s Day has been celebrated annually in the West for over 100 years, since the days when women were first fighting for the right to vote.
Late last month, the University of Winnipeg announced that the Duckworth Centre gym will be named after Dr. David Anderson, former director of physical education and recreation at the school, in conjunction with a $400,000 donation made by his family to the university.
Hampered by injury, the University of Winnipeg men’s basketball team returned home from their first foray into the Canada West final four last weekend with bronze medals around their necks.
Pretzel-crunching, mayonnaise-slathering Canadians could soon have one less excuse for maintaining their salt-savouring ways - at least if one federal MP gets her way.
Student groups at the University of Winnipeg and Manitoba are scrounging for sponsorships to help make up a $3.5 million shortfall needed to create a universal bus pass.
An issue that has long galvanized young downtown residents is being taken up by another source.
Despite the Province of Manitoba’s statement last month that it was not considering an expansion of the city’s photo radar program, the Winnipeg Police Service insists it’s keeping the issue on the table.
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Negotiations with transit have revealed a $3.5 million funding gap in the students unions’ U-Pass proposal. How would you like to see that gap addressed?