Published October 26, 2017
The past 15 years have been transformative for Winnipeg’s Exchange District.
On Nov. 30, we’ll celebrate your favourite people, places and things, but first, we need your votes to determine the winners!
Tesia Rhind is quickly becoming one of Winnipeg’s most-talked-about tattoo apprentices.
Red Rising: Two Spirit // Anarchist bookfair // Bodagoes closing // A Wholesome Life // Alex Cuba returns to Winnipeg
Ruches fantômes / Ghost Hives, the newest exhibition by artist Valérie Chartrand, uses multiple media to explore disappearing bees with apocalyptic regard.
As a whole, Soft Sounds from Another Planet is badass, fun, but also heartbreaking.
Winnipeg audiences will soon have the chance to attend a unique theatre piece - but they won’t be able to see it.
The upcoming Woodshop Workshop at aceartinc. bridges artistry with some basic woodworking and construction skills.
Halloween is the product of a centuries-long game of telephone that started with Samhain, the pagan Sabbat of death and rebirth, though the meaning of the celebration has changed with time.
In 2015, a shy Anishinaabek woman embarked on an exciting new journey to explore new destinations.
Nurses at St. Boniface Hospital // Canadian history lecture // Public feedback on skate park // 60s Scoop rally // Legalizing pot
The St. Boniface Library, unique in the Winnipeg Public Library system for its extensive collection of French materials, serves an important role in St. Boniface and the broader Winnipeg francophone community.
Dakota Collegiate’s historically undersized field has been renovated and renamed the Murray Field, allowing the school to have its first home games in 54 years.
The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) recently signed on to the Our Turn National Student Action Plan (Our Turn), a coalition of student groups and unions across the country, pledging to improve the university’s current sexual assault policy.
The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) hopes to learn specifically which financial struggles students are experiencing from the Campus Poverty Report survey that closed on Oct. 11.
Mary McCallum is a First Nations professor who started working at the University of Winnipeg in 2008 in the history department.
Pink ribbons are back on the news, on the feet of NFL players and even on plastic wrap dispensers. And just like they are every October of late, breasts are on display.