Broose Tulloch

  • The PROFile - Devin Latimer

    While the rest of us shoveled snow in a bitterly cold January, Devin Latimer was in New Delhi, India presenting at The 5th Asia-Oceania Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry.

  • A different ending

    If every picture tells a story, filmmaker Cameron Monkman is counting on several stories to reveal the big picture.

  • Moventum

    Like whiskers to handlebars, Movember has grown quite a bit in recent years, not only in popularity, but also in scope and success.

  • Hangin’ at the Handsome

    Like a phoenix, the venue that used to be The Rose n’ Bee, The Standard and Hooligan’s has risen again, this time as The Handsome Daughter.

  • Meet your mayoral candidates: Michel Fillion

    At first blush, it seems easy to count Michel Fillion out as a viable mayoral candidate. His soundbites and publicity stunts don’t sit well with the public’s opinion of what makes a good mayor (but then again, the Toronto public elected Rob Ford). 

  • Meet your mayoral candidates: Judy Wasylycia-Leis

    Judy Wasylycia-Leis is well-known in many of Winnipeg’s social circles. It’s no surprise - the former Member of Parliament for Winnipeg North, NDP MLA, and Minister of Culture, Heritage and Recreation has spent close to three decades working in public office.

  • The east of west

    "You are all good people," proclaims John Scoles through the megaphone.

  • Meet your mayoral candidates: Brian Bowman

    Brian Bowman has seen some shit.

  • Viva Mexico!

    Outside the West End Cultural Centre, a cool breeze announces the impending arrival of fall.

  • Meet your mayoral candidates: Paula Havixbeck

    Just like Peter Warren, Paula Havixbeck gets right down to business. It’s a trait she carries with her through the corridors of City Hall and the stairwells of
    her homestead. 

  • Meet your mayoral candidates: David Sanders

    He was a political insider for most of his professional career with the provincial government, but when it comes to municipal politics, David Sanders feels pushed out. 

  • Club connections

    A social media app aimed at students is coming to a university near you. No, this is a new one. 

  • Meet your mayoral candidates: Robert-Falcon Ouellette

    Trivialized as a “fringe candidate” at the outset of the mayoral race, Robert-Falcon Ouellette is proving to be anything but an outsider when it comes to community.  

  • Putting the stigma of depression in the penalty box

    When two hockey buddies decided to create a documentary about depression and mental illness they never expected the response they would receive.

  • The Other Brothers

    It's taken five years for The Other Brothers to produce a second album and it was well worth the wait. 

  • Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival

    The sweet and sour sauce will be a little bittersweet for some at this year's Winnipeg BBQ and Blues Festival taking place August 16th and 17th at Shaw Park.

  • Colour By Numbers

    Colour By Numbers debut five-song EP is anything but by the numbers. Harmony is the Winnipeg trio's strong suit; CBN has a gift for making harmony the focal point of every song, regardless of style or genre, tying this eclectic rootsy indie pop EP together. 

  • Soca Reggae Festival

    On a weekend when many reggae and world music fans are in Birds Hill Park, organizers have managed to fill Old Market Square for the past eight years, and attracted such big names as Junior Kelly and this year's headliner, Jamaican reggae legend Freddie McGregor.

  • Brandon Folk Festival

    Do you love good music and music festivals but not the crowds? Then hit the Trans-Canada and catch the Brandon Folk, Music, and Art Festival July 25-27.

  • Singing without pause

    Marco Castillo's music is as warm and inviting as his personality.