When asked what he does, Ian Bawa laughs and replies that he does “a little bit of everything”.
As the global economy lacks stability, proper nutrition is becoming more difficult to access due to high costs of whole and natural foods.
As far as Canadian mayors are concerned, 2013 was undoubtedly the year of “that Toronto mayor that looks an awful lot like Chris Farley.
A few years ago I was looking for a space to do a music video for the band Federal Lights.
Winnipeg Folk Fest, we love you, but you're bringing us down. Let's hope that 2013's yawn of a lineup was only a celebration of the past and not an indication of the years to come.
Winnipeg already has a ton of burger joints scattered throughout the city, but all that competition hasn’t stopped Market Burger from becoming a top contender since it opened up at 645 Corydon back in July.
Under the Neon Lights is the surrealist creation of University of Winnipeg film grads Fabian Velasco, Milos Mitrovic, Markus Henkel, and Ian Bawa.
The Uniter is a downtown street weekly, but it’s also the official newspaper of the University of Winnipeg.
Winnipeg theatre happens all year long, but to many people it’s all about checking out the Fringe in July.
James Borsa is the ultimate film guru. He has an irreplaceable amount of knowledge in the realms of film and he displays a true passion for the topic.
The first week of University hosts some hallmark memories of our lives. It marks that transition from being a high school student to one who is now in the “real world”. We owe some of our most vivid memories of this significant time to Orientation Week, aka “O-Week”.
Local six-piece Royal Canoe has been busy lately, touring the globe with genre-bending psychedelic electronic rock and garnering critical acclaim for its sophomore full length Today We’re Believers.
It might be labelled as “Winnipeg’s Worst Podcast,” but there still seems to be a few of you that enjoy the 27 episodes of Couch Surfin’ that have been uploaded so far.
Union Sound Hall has hit the ground running since opening in August 2013.
Chances are you’ve heard Ace Burpee’s unique voice at some point, either while he is hosting his popular morning show on 103.1 Virgin Radio, speaking at a charity event or doing his live on location work all over Winnipeg.
With family heritage in Nigeria and Manitoba, and having performed across Canada, Aisha Alfa has a brilliant passion for Winnipeg.
It is easy to see why so many voted April Dawn Plett as their favourite photographer.
Locally grown hockey player Jonathan Toews will go for gold at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, with the goal to make his country proud once again.
There’s no shortage of people with talent in this city. The rare finds, though, are those that have a work ethic, drive or attention to detail that matches their natural gifts.
When you meet J.D. Renaud, he comes across as a humble, down to earth, and creative guy.