On June 5, the Justice 4 Black Lives Winnipeg rally took place at the legislature to protest the deaths of Black people at the hands of police, drawing thousands.
Dozens of Winnipeggers joined in a global protest on June 6 to express their concerns with the expansion of 5G infrastructures. The protests come at…
Calls to defund the Winnipeg police department followed the Justice 4 Black Lives rally earlier this month. Premier Brian Pallister has responded to these demands…
On June 10, after responding to two fires at the site, the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service (WFPS) ordered that all occupants were to vacate the…
If we want to see long-lasting solutions to homelessness, investing in supportive housing efforts could help provide the level of support and autonomy that people need in order to end homelessness for good.
We live during a time when caring for our environment is a topic at the forefront of our social consciousness as we come to terms with the reality of issues such as climate change.
The City of Winnipeg is considering a city-wide reduction in street parking fees after hearing from frustrated business owners in Winnipeg’s Exchange District. Seventy-nine business owners petitioned to bring fees in the Exchange District down to $2 an hour to help bring business back downtown.
In Winnipeg city council’s public works committee meeting on Nov. 13, “significant cuts” were proposed to Winnipeg Transit to meet the city‘s caps.
As of Jan. 1, 2020, solitary confinement will no longer be legal in Canada’s federal prisons after Bill C-83 takes effect.
City officials have recently attempted to renegotiate the Shaw Park lease with former mayor and Goldeyes owner, Sam Katz.