1. Jill Groening
2. Ella Steele
3. Rachelle Bourget
1. Adam Kelly
2. TIE: Jen Doerksen / Callie Lugosi
3. Joey Senft
1. Gabrielle Funk
2. Matea Radic
3. TIE: Takashi Iwasaki / Colby Richardson
1. Winnipeg Art Gallery
1. Star Blanket, Kenneth Lavallee
2. En Masse
1. Chloe Chafe
2. TIE: Joy Balmana / Michael Barkman
1. Witchpolice Radio
2. The Tonic
3. TIE: Bury the Lede / Space Cadet (CKUW) / Winnipeg Music Project (UMFM)
1. Mama Cutsworth
2. DJ Co-op
3. DJ Louie Lovebird
1. Yes We Mystic and the Earthly Paradise
Hon. Mentions: Beck at Insterstellar Rodeo, John K and Winter Wheat at Folk Fest, Propagandhi at the Garrick, Rachelle Bourget’s “After the Cause”
1. Begonia, Lady in Mind
2. Propaghandi, Victory Lap
3. TIE: Tunic, Boss/Slow Spirit, Unnatured
2. Red Rising Magazine
3. TIE: Winnipeg Free Press/Dear Journal
1. Frances Koncan
2. Melissa Martin
3. TIE: Gislina Paterson/Bartley Kives
Since a law change in 2013, sex work in Canada is not illegal. Currently, sex work falls under the category of asymmetrical criminalization, meaning the purchase - not the sale - of sex is illegal.
Robyn Maynard, Black feminist writer, activist, educator and author of Policing Black Lives: State Violence in Canada from Slavery to the Present, will be speaking as part of the Uniter Speaker Series on Nov. 22.
The Winnipeg film industry has been growing in recent years. In 2016, the film industry in Manitoba brought in $127 million in production, and Carole Vivier, CEO of Manitoba Film and Music says this year is anticipated to exceed $150 million.
Ashley Burdett spends her days as a hairstylist and her nights as a stand-up comedian.
Winnipeg has a long and complex history with policing. Many inner-city neighbourhoods and marginalized groups experience issues with safety but have had, at times, a strained relationship with the Winnipeg Police Service (WPS).
What is the measure of a man?
The past 15 years have been transformative for Winnipeg’s Exchange District.
Sometimes community is built through a combination of habit, routine and convenience. Returning to the same place over and over again, and seeing the same familiar faces, can help people develop a sense of belonging.