Tucked between the cities of Morden and Winkler of rural Manitoba is a museum that preserves a particular aspect of Manitoba’s agricultural history. The Pembina Threshermen’s Museum houses memorabilia, machinery, and buildings of Manitoba’s early pioneers. It was located on a farmer’s field from 1963-1968 when it opened at itsContinue Reading

Winnipeg’s Ethiopian community is calling on the Canadian government to speak out against the conflict between Ethiopia and the Tigray people. According to the United Nations, the armed conflict between the Tigrayan Special Forces, previously known as Tigray People’s Liberation Front, and Ethiopia’s military forces began in November 2020 andContinue Reading

Red River College Polytechnic is expanding its Exchange District Campus and will honour Manitoba’s Indigenous peoples. Red River College Polytechnic, its new name, recently launched its new strategic plan for 2022-2026. They celebrate its evolution into a post-secondary institution that combines knowledge-based learning with practical skills that enable graduates toContinue Reading

Since leaving Brazil, Luana Cunha has lived in Winnipeg as a teacher and singer for about seven years. “Music and teaching was always very natural in my life,” Cunha says. “Everybody knows me as a teacher and a singer.” Currently, Cunha teaches Portuguese and English to children and adults. Additionally,Continue Reading

Farmers in Manitoba are contributing to producing more sustainable products that a new eco-label will identify. Farmers and industry partners including Ducks Unlimited Canada, Cereals Canada, Alberta Wheat Commission, Saskatchewan Winter Cereals Development Commission, and Manitoba Crop Alliance collaborated to create the Habitat-Friendly Winter Wheat Ecol-abel launched on Nov. 2Continue Reading

Child care is likely to be the top concern for newcomers with kids. Finding the right child care arrangement can be challenging at times, particularly for newcomer parents seeking a balance between cost, quality, convenience, and availability. Families often have a limited budget that leaves them only a little bitContinue Reading

To kick off Culture Days Manitoba, the celebration of Nuit Blanche Winnipeg showcased art and performances with an open call to participate in ‘Illuminate the Night.’ Starting in 2010, artists, galleries, cultural organizations and independent curators have created unique pieces for this event, lighting up the night and devising memorableContinue Reading