The door to Yohannes Yemane’s modest apartment in downtown Winnipeg is always open.
On December 27, 2008, Cindy Little was thrown into a state of shock and disbelief when her husband Chris died unexpectedly.
Sheila Bachyrsky lives on a tight budget. For her, even a haircut is a luxury she can’t afford.
Newcomer residence also offers training and vital support
Nana-gale Fagnan was always curious about why her childhood was shrouded in darkness, unable to grasp at memories of being a little girl.
United Way’s support for Canada’s first ever hoarding program is helping Winnipeg seniors stay safe in their homes and connected to the community.
With pennants proudly proclaiming 2010 as the year of the tiger, Winnipeg’s Chinatown celebrated over 100 years of history with a Street Festival this weekend.
MIDDLE SCHOOL KIDS BRING COMMUNITY TO TABLE
Picture a small child in a dark room. The only light is from the missing handle in the bedroom door. She’s terrified of the noise down the hallway, noise of a fight, glass shattering. Then, a shadow opens the door…
She was in the middle of a typical work day-full of appointments and meetings-when her vision blurred.