The tourist-friendly vision of Winnipeg is a little more polished than the version many of us encounter daily.
Different vignettes of city life are visible from different levels - on foot, on buses, on a bike, from a car.
The Government of Manitoba’s new budget will cut the provincial sales tax (PST) from 8 per cent to 7 per cent, increase the amount of basic tax exemption and significantly decrease funding to programs and organizations reliant on provincial support.
Winnipeg’s North End is not only the home to many important and effective nonprofits, but it’s also a neighbourhood with a culture where these organizations frequently collaborate.
CEO Manitoba’s goal is “to help more students start more businesses” and encourage students to step outside of their comfort zone, Harjinder Sidhu, the nonprofit’s president, says.
Honouring our Sisters: A Panel Discussion // Play for Peace // Native North American Writing on Greco-Roman Antiquity // Winnipeg Centre NDP nomination meeting // Doug Goltz appointed dean of science // Issues in federal corrections
There are very few official options for the families and communities of people shot by the police. While those who knew the deceased may seek justice through official channels, there is a lot of work that often happens outside of governmental bureaucracies.
2019 Graduation Pow Wow // Celebrating the Land at 373 Langside // Mental Health, youth, addiction & town hall panel // Supporting Indigenous human rights // Preview of Pısim Finds her Miskanow app // Blanket Exercise for MB small farms community
The Manitoba Ombudsman released their investigation report on the City of Winnipeg’s Handi-Transit Service, now called Transit Plus, on Jan. 8. The Independent Living Resource Centre (ILRC) filed the initiating complaint against Handi-Transit three years ago in collaboration with the Public Interest Law Centre.
Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre will run Indigenous Farming on the Prairies: Stew & Stories on March 23.
The Pallister government will cut $108 million to Child and Family Services (CFS) for the 2019/20 fiscal year, according to a press release from the Manitoba Liberal Caucus.
Laughter is Medicine // Film screening of Seven Sacred Laws // Community Opportunities Panel // World Water Day // Reception in honour of Dr. Diane Santesso // Red River Mutual Trail is officially closed
On March 12, Dr. David Suzuki will give a lecture on business and the environment at the Fort Garry Hotel, hosted by the Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce (ACC).
Ojibwe language speakers gather at the Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre (MICIC) for Ojibwemowin Adoopowining, an Ojibwe Language Table, to have some soup, bannock and to practice Ojibwe conversationally every Friday.
Weweni Indigenous Scholar // Sourdough pizza fundraiser // Artist-led workshop: Making Bangs with Katherine Boyer // Lessons from @NotMyStellas // Make Medical Abortion Free: Provincial Day of Action // Sexual Violence Prevention Policy open info session
Some retail stores are fulfilling requests from patrons that demand an easier shopping experience.
The sixth-annual LoveLocalMB event, which showcases local Manitoban food and beverages, will take place on March 2.
Cynthia Boehm is leading the second session in her three-part moccasin-making teaching series at the Manitoba Museum on March 3.
Celebrating the land at 373 Langside St. // Retirement Lecture Series // Trans, Non-Binary, Two-Spirit Swim Night // Grownups Read Things They Wrote As Kids // Justice for Machuar Madut // Disability Day of Mourning Vigil
Oil, Equities and the Zero Lower Bound // Drop The Mic #9 // Métis Student Celebration // Mental Health First Aid training sessions // I Love to Read Month // UWinnipeg open house