A recent study shows employers in Winnipeg are looking to hire less new employees this spring.
The U-Pass — which has shown an increase in ridership of 25 per cent on routes to and from the University of Manitoba since inception — has taken a minimum of 7,000 students out of their cars and onto a bus each day.
Libraries are a vital component of any healthy community. They are a place of learning and exploration where anyone can go to educate themselves and access tools and information for free.
It’s never a good idea to assume the worst of people. It may be naive, but even at this late date — and after an…
Bike theft is a huge issue in Winnipeg that’s getting progressively worse year after year.
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.
City officials have recently attempted to renegotiate the Shaw Park lease with former mayor and Goldeyes owner, Sam Katz.
The meth epidemic in Manitoba is a complex and costly problem to solve. This issue has caused a ripple of side effects within our communities.
Regulation for apps like Uber and Lyft benefit both the consumer and employee.