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Welding Project Goes Beyond the Classroom

Thrift Love

Some Winnipeggers are turning to thrift shopping as a way to save the environment. Reusing clothes keeps them from the landfill.

FortWhyte Alive Winterfest

People embraced last Sunday's mild weather to try out winter activities at FortWhyte Alive Winterfest.

Cosplay Culture

Ai-Kon’s Winterfest is a convention that features cosplayers — individuals who dress up as characters from mediums such as comic books, movies, and video games. Emily Villanueva has been cosplaying for four years and expresses the feeling of empowerment when involved with cosplay culture.

Snow Rugby

The Winnipeg Wasps held their annual Snow 7’s tournament at Maple Grove Park on Saturday, Feb. 15.

Inked Magazine's Cover girl contest

Inked magazine’s next cover girl could be a Winnipeg woman with muscular dystrophy.

Manitoban charities compete at Fast Pitch 2020

On Feb. 26, The Winnipeg Foundation hosted its annual Fast Pitch event, in which 12 speakers from Manitoban charities pitched why they should receive a $10,000 grant.

Stolen Dog is Back Home

Owner is happy to have her dog back after her dog was stolen in a Winnipeg parking lot.


Ten Canadians kill themselves each day. There are ways to cope with mental illness.

Ice Sculpting

The Forks was filled with crystals this weekend as Royal Canoe made music with ice.

A Plant-Based Province

A 94,000 sqaure foot pea-protein processing plant is set to open in Manitoba in the fall.

Food Security

Both the NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre and Lara Rae are feeding their communities in different ways.

Therapy Animals

Two thousand pounds of love and therapy help children with disabilities gain confidence at West Wind Stables.