A recent essay by Richard Heinberg of the Post Carbon Institute intrigued me. He drew a metaphor between distracted driving and the way we all deal with sustainable living.
I was pleased to present two awards at the 12th annual Apprenticeship Awards of Distinction, where a number of exceptional employers, tradespeople, and instructors were honoured for their work with apprentices in Manitoba.
Miriam Toews has done it again. She has written a novel with a “not so subtle” purpose of speaking to issues of brokenness within the human condition; this time in the Old Colony world of Bolivia, South America.
It was announced this week that the Trudeau Government and Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) will be changing the hours of operation for three ports of entry in Southeastern Manitoba.
This is the time of year when charities examine the trajectory of their bottom line and begin reminding supporters that the end of the calendar year is approaching.
The Ketogenic diet has been getting a lot of attention lately. Whether you have heard about it online through social media or have seen it featured in a health magazine, this high fat low carbohydrate diet has taken off.
This past week, the Government of Manitoba announced that there are two new streams for international students studying in Manitoba to move towards permanent residency and building a life in our great province.
The Federal government has proposed a tax which, in five years time, will increase the price of gasoline $0.12. According to GasBuddy, the retail price of gasoline has fluctuated by $0.24 in the past year, $0.38 in the past two years, and $0.55 in the last five years.
The ongoing legislative session this fall involves a lot of work for my fellow MLAs and myself, as our provincial government discusses, debates and votes on bills for the benefit of Manitobans.