Published March 15, 2018
Persons with disabilities often face a lack of accommodation, support and funding, as well as experiencing widespread bullying and exclusion, according to the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
We’ve got a bit of an accessibility theme happening in this issue.
Filmmaker Damien Ferland’s work often deals with the absurd and comedic.
Solhounds // Baking Show casting call // REAL Slick // Sign of a Place // North End theatre workshops // Want to get published?
Winnipeg musician and storyteller Raine Hamilton believes music should be accessible to all and has been putting this into practice in both her music and her performances.
Houseplants need care that mimics their natural environments.
With most of the music industry relying on computers and machines to play music, the local indie band Human Music takes it back a few decades to when the music was still played by humans.
Laine Groeneweg’s Sea Levels is a collection of works derived from aquatic dreams. Utilizing traditional printmaking techniques dating back centuries, Groeneweg’s work examines oceanic imagery with a storybook cadence and a fairytale sense of darkness.
With the holiday season passed and spring on its way, many of us have gone to family get-togethers, and many of us have some coming up.
Virtuosi presents “Palette of Colours" // Producing gang territories // Cultural appropriation panel // Pilot of crisis text line for kids // Pinball Popup Arcade at Forth
Youth for Christ's (YFC) decision to build near the North End has stirred up some controversy.
Professor William Rory Dickson began teaching at the University of Winnipeg in 2015 in the Religion and Culture Department.
Weather in Winnipeg means watching a snowman melt one day, then adding an extra coat of snow the next.
Society has labelled persons with disabilities and neurodivergent people as burdens for the past several centuries.
A comic by Eric H.