Published March 1, 2018
Winnipeg keeps its reputation as the most unsafe city in Canada, according to a CBC report, but the perceptions about safety in this city can run deep.
We’re inching toward the first day of spring, and also toward the end of our production season.
Musician Kathryn Kerr’s creative path from jazz saxophonist to dream pop singer-songwriter isn’t a hiked trail; it’s a literal railroad.
Girls Rock Winnipeg // An Evening of Jazz Song // Cluster music and arts festival // Freeze Frame film festival // Talk about child welfare in Manitoba
Recently, theatres across Canada have begun to adapt their performances to accommodate guests with sensory sensitivities, which are often symptoms of autism spectrum disorder, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) and dementia
Walt Disney World is located between the cities of Orlando and Kissimmee, Fla., places where America’s wealth disparity is egregious.
Animal Teeth’s second album comes as a great addition to their discography.
Yofanana, NAfro Dance Productions’ upcoming show, cuts to the heart of human connection.
Brenda McConaghy is a registered non-denominational marriage commissioner. She says that couples tend to see her as someone who can provide a personalized and accurate story about their relationship.
When white men are in positions of power, is equality and diversity truly possible?
Nuuk “York” City // Literary adaptations // Indigenous Scholars Speaker Series // Ice Castle Yoga // Women’s Week free screenings
Dr. Jason Hannon started teaching in the Rhetoric, Writing and Communications department at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) in 2013.
Women still face harassment vocally and sexually every day. In 2014, 553,000 cases of sexual assault were self-reported by people identifying as female in a survey done by Statistics Canada.
The University of Winnipeg (U of W) has a lot of options for food both on and around campus.
Recently, someone on Twitter decided to have “Zim/Zer” as fake pronouns in his bio. Based on other content he’s shared and tweeted, it’s safe to assume this is a clear mockery of gender neutral pronouns, like they, ze, zie, xe.
A comic by Keegan Steele.
A comic by Eric H.