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  • ‘Love of the community’

    When The Live Mixtape, an event associated with the Wall-To-Wall Mural and Culture Festival, took the stage at the West End Cultural Centre, 15 artists highlighted their interpretations of love.

  • An outsider’s perspective on the inside

    After years of newspaper and magazine stints that were beginning to feel too transient, photographer Tim Smith longed for a sense of intimacy with his subjects.

  • The mystique lives on

    In a music industry preoccupied with self-perpetuation, Yes We Mystic bucks the trend with decisive finality.

  • The slow movement

    A cultural shift is slowly working its way into society. Promoting connection to people, community, oneself and food, followers of the slow movement advocate for a deliberate and unhurried way of life.

  • City briefs

    Classes cancelled to honour Queen// Hospital in crisis// Webinar to protect the Public Utilities Board// Poilievre leads federal Tories// Social Planning Council to hold AGM// CUPE strike looming

  • Be charitable, save food, eat good

    The Too Good to Go app launched in the Toronto metropolitan area last summer and was recently introduced in Montreal and Vancouver. Now, Too Good to Go is up and running in cities across Canada, including Winnipeg.

  • Arts briefs

    Love the Exchange// Brews, yoga and more// Screening awareness// Connecting through art// Celebrate food at Fort Gibraltar// Pro-rock and pro-choice

  • Culled craft for a cause

    A group of philanthropic Winnipeg seniors are repurposing donated artwork to raise proceeds for AIDS relief in sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Reactivating Indigeneity at the former fur-trade post

    An Indigenous resurgence requires the acknowledgement of the pre-colonial history behind places and spaces.

  • Bridging the gap between contemporary art and publishing

    The Prairie Art Book Fair, hosted by Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, celebrated artist books and publishing from Sept. 9 to 11.

  • Reflecting on place and music

    The idea of Winnipeg as a muse may seem peculiar, even pedestrian to its denizens.

  • A quick fix?

    “It’s like an Advil to me,” Reese Estwick says. 

  • A bare minimum

    This fall, Manitoba was on track to have the lowest provincial minimum wage in Canada – that is, until the provincial government made an announcement.

  • ‘A game-changer for me’

    A popular program for new runners returns to Winnipeg on Sept. 11.

  • Swimming in options

    The Canadian Red Cross swimming program famous for its collectible badges will soon come to an end, leaving many people feeling nostalgic and disheartened.

  • Indie comics step into the spotlight

    Small-press comic books will take centre stage at the fifth annual Prairie Comics Festival, which runs from Sept. 10 to 11 at the West End Cultural Centre.

  • Le Burger Week returns with new theme

    Running from Sept. 1 to 14, the 11th annual Le Burger Week is back with a plant-based twist. For the first time in its history, Le Burger Week is encouraging restaurateurs to try their hand with plant-based patties.

  • Building tenant power in West Broadway

    Like many who call West Broadway home, Samantha Smith loves the convenience of grocery stores within walking distance, bus routes in all directions and community services right outside her door.

  • Bring your sweet tooth, Winnipeg!

    Winnipeg VegFest, which has brought its annual vegan food festival to local restaurants since 2016, wants the city to indulge its sweet tooth. VegFest’s second annual all-vegan dessert festival, Sugar Rush!, runs from June 18 to 25 at participating locations across Winnipeg.  

  • City briefs

    In-person graduation is back// Composting gets cash influx// Understanding C-11// Honouring Eishia Hudson// UW prof receives funding boost for space research// Public health directed by private interests

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