There’s no question 555 Osborne, a cozy, sign-less live music venue and pub tucked away a few blocks south of Confusion Corner, has the Winnipeg market for Thai restaurant basement bars cornered.
As the University of Winnipeg’s newly renovated AnX building receives criticism of its design, rumours of the university’s interference in the design process have emerged.
Exchange District residents and business owners will have to wait until summer to find out how the city plans to address controversial parking policies that have resulted in the closure of one business and the widespread annoyance of neighbourhood residents.
More than a year after it formed, a youth-led anti-violence movement in the North End continues to chip away at crime in the community.
What was for years Winnipeg’s biggest of big-screens, the IMAX theatre in Portage Place, is set to close this March after the property’s owner, the Forks North Portage Partnership (FNPP), announced it had become financially unviable.
Construction delays have pushed back the relocation of the financially beleaguered Soma Café to fall 2013, the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association says.
As the University of Winnipeg continues construction on a pair of expansion projects on the west side of campus, community organizations and residents are raising concerns about the potential loss of housing in the neighbourhood.
While St. Matthew’s Anglican Church might look like a bastion of unwavering tradition from its exterior, on the inside, it, like numerous other churches in Winnipeg, is undergoing a dramatic change.
World’s rich have the money to end poverty four times over; Austrians want conscription; Five dead in New Mexico slaying; Police rounded up on organized crime charges
Feds to appeal Kapyong decision; Lake Winnipeg researchers receive $600K; Papa George’s talks break down; Manitoba dead last in after hours care
When I met with Steve Swan to discuss writing for The Uniter, we sat staring out the large windows at a downtown Second Cup largely perplexed, attempting to whittle down what, exactly, we wished to say about religion - a subject that consistently captivates people, but also consistently bores them.
As student groups and Winnipeg Transit are set to begin negotiations on the creation of a universal bus pass this week, the two groups are at odds over how soon it will be implemented.
Just as soon as the Wesmen women’s basketball team began a month-long break from regular season games, they were packing their bags and heading overseas.
The NHL drops the puck this Saturday, Jan. 19, kicking off a 48-game regular season schedule, a season shortened by the 113-day lockout of the league’s players by its owners.
Don’t panic. That’s what James Lyons wants anyone who finds bed bugs in their home to know.
The United Way Winnipeg has launched a new program encouraging Winnipeggers to experience poverty through a simulation.
“I love living on Broadway,” Khris Lister says from the warmth of one of the avenue’s coffee shops.
As CentreVenture continues to negotiate the terms of its pending purchase of the Carlton Inn, critics worry side effects of the developer’s recent downtown hotel acquisitions are not being figured into its broader strategy.
Hollywood movie Zero Dark Thirty prompts Senate inquiry; Authors shed light on South African cycling culture; First female Afghan rapper comes out of the woodwork; Father of Indian rape victim speaks out
Knives “weapon of choice” in 2012 Winnipeg homicides; Staff departures continue to plague Canadian Museum of Human Rights; Thunderbird restaurant not going anywhere; City administration obligated to disclose Emterra garbage fines, says lawyer