Frozen Britons cozy up to the computer; Police close down Mr. Gay China pageant; Male Y chromosome under constant evolution; Athlete fined for a hug and beers; Montenegro’s only hippo runs away
What do you think of living in the suburbs vs living in the inner city?
The City of Winnipeg has already budgeted $3.5 million toward the purchase of a police helicopter, but there are still questions surrounding the justification of this spending.
As Winnipeg settles into deep winter, residents with disabilities and opposition city councilors are calling for the city to rethink its snow removal priorities.
The closing of the Polo Park McNally Robinson has sparked many questions about the bookstore chain, book sales in general and even the future of print publishing. This means it may be sink or swim for other bookstores in the city.
MPI’s top five frauds revealed; SeeClickFix gives power to the people; Kenora potential new site for ‘net-zero’ homes; Tax changes nix small business tax; Citizenship education projects earn grant
OTTAWA (CUP) – At 27, Niki Ashton is the youngest female Member of Parliament sitting in Canada’s House of Commons. The post-secondary education and youth critic for the NDP first ran for federal politics in 2006, but won a seat in October 2008 when she garnered 47 per cent of the vote to beat Liberal incumbent Tina Keeper.
The Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) has come under fire after the passage of a controversial motion at their Annual General Meeting (AGM), held on Nov. 28 in Ottawa. The motion, referred to by voting members as “Motion 6,” has made it more difficult for student associations to leave the federation.
Girl breaks with Albanian tradition; Tot plays with chopstick, impales brain; Ugandan government discouraging acceptance of homosexual death penalty law; Model dies after plastic surgery
With an honours BA in politics and conflict resolution from the University of Winnipeg, and more than four years of journalism experience, Ksenia Prints thrives under the pressure of being an intern for the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba.
After years of student discontent and lobbying, Red River College (RRC) will have its first-ever reading week this Feb. 15 to 19, following suit with the majority of post-secondary institutions in the country.
Do you think the City of Winnipeg police need a helicopter?
Southern Manitobans interested in becoming midwives will get a helping hand from the provincial government.
The Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba (IRCOM) recently announced two new programs to address the differences newcomers face and raise awareness through discussion.
Mentors for homeless will connect street people with resources; Car thieves foiled by stick-shift; Fake cash circulating in Winnipeg; New gadget to make parking meters obsolete; A dramatic proposal
The federal government recently passed Bill C-32, a move to ban flavoured tobacco products they believe are increasing smoking rates among youth. But as anti-tobacco advocates lobby for stricter smoking laws, many are wondering what’s next on the agenda.
Local community organizer and gay activist Richard “Asher” Webb took his own life on Nov. 10, 2009. He was 49 years old.
Many Canadians falsely believe that most Canadian Forces (CF) veterans retire with full pensions after 20 years of service, a new survey reveals. The survey was conducted by the Commissionaires, a non-profit organization that does some contracted security work for the government.
Development in Waverley West along the banks of the Seine River may have encroached on city property and destroyed old-growth forest.
If double-dog dares were the bane of your childhood existence, it’s time to take them back – on your own terms. The Dare To Remember (DTR) campaign is an effort to raise funds for the issue of AIDS in Africa.