Hannah Foulger


  • Delivering on yum

    Pandemic provides new opportunities for young entrepreneurs

  • Possibly Manitoban?

    Society for Manitobans with Disabilities rebrand is confusing and infantilizing

  • Meet your meat

    Local meat farmers provide assurance of ethical farming

  • Truly making magic

    Origin Stories: Tracey Nepinak 

  • Martha Street, COVID-style

    Like many arts organizations, Martha Street Studio has had to adapt to this new pandemic world.

  • (P)artners in performance art and feminist leadership

    Performance artists Lorri Millan and Shawna Dempsey have been making art together for more than 30 years.

  • Eating fresh when it’s freezing

    In our cold northern climate, getting fresh, local produce in the winter can be a challenge, especially in the downtown area.

  • Supporting and encouraging emerging voices

    This fall, Lauren Carter starts her term as writer-in-residence at the Millennium Library.

  • Diaphanie finds something better

    Heather Thomas, former lead singer of ATLAAS, has entered a new stage of her music career.

  • Back to studio

    The annual Royal Winnipeg Ballet production of The Nutcracker has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

  • Finding light in the dark

    Hugh Conacher, a theatre designer and photographer, has had no work since March, but has continued to make art on his own dime. Like many arts and culture workers, he has lost multiple contracts in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Safe, spaced and sound theatre

    Blink, a new theatrical collaboration between Walk and Talk Theatre Company and One Trunk Theatre, is a new science fiction comedy-drama, which will be read by actors who will be accompanied by live and pre-recorded sound effects at the West End Cultural Centre for a two-day run. 

  • Locally fit

    West Broadway’s Sherbrook strip hosts two different small gyms. South Sherbrook Fitness, a part of the South Sherbrook Therapy clinic, has been a staple of the community since 2012, and Focal Fit opened in February 2020, just before the lockdown hit. 

  • Here The Dark longlisted for Giller Prize

    Manitoban author David Bergen and his story collection Here the Dark are nominated for the 2020 Scotiabank Giller Prize.

  • Publishing in the pandemic

    The closure of bookstores earlier this year cancelled many book launches and changed how readers bought and how publishers marketed books.

  • Pandemic Pets

    Back in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, many services closed their doors, but the Winnipeg Humane Society (WHS) soldiered on with their essential service of animal care and rescue. During this pandemic, many families have opened their homes to new pets.

  • Strong father, Strong Son

    Ian Bawa, local filmmaker and University of Winnipeg grad, is showing a new short film Strong Son at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) this month in its combined digital and in-person format.

  • The festival circuit

    Despite the cancellation of many Manitoban summer festivals, Gimli Film Festival (GFF) will still go ahead online.

  • My identity does not need your approval

    Most days, I don’t even know who I am. Similar to the way that people sometimes Google themselves, I often review my Facebook timeline. Who am I? What qualities do I present? Are my political memes dank enough?

  • Arts funding is more important now than ever

    In 2013, Jessica Botelho-Urbanski wrote in The Uniter’s Urban Issue that Winnipeg could be improved with more arts funding. Unfortunately, arts funding is again on the chopping block in the municipal budget this year, facing a 10 per cent decrease.

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