From July 28th to August 13th, Manitoba will host the Canada Summer Games for their 50th anniversary and Canada’s 150th birthday.
Ah! The lazy, hazy days of summer. On the radio this morning I heard an interview by Nadia Kidwai on the perfect recipe for a great summer.
Some things are difficult to talk about with family – and death leads that list. The reluctance is understandable but now is the time to have a conversation about death and money with your loved ones.
This month our government took a big step in helping Manitoba families become homeowners following a $1-million investment in affordable home ownership projects.
Conservatives are disturbed that the Liberal Government is proposing to repeal section 176 of the Criminal Code that gives specific protections to individuals to practice their religion – regardless of what that religion may be – without fear of interference and obstruction.
When I started my job at Mennonite Heritage Village in 2009 I was introduced to five women who volunteered as our receptionists, each taking on that role one day a week.
It is incredibly important to quickly and efficiently digest whatever you eat for optimal gut health!
Earlier this month I had the pleasure of visiting Friesen Drillers Ltd. to present a letter on behalf of Premier Brian Pallister, in recognition of Friesen Driller’s 125 years of business.
Friends of mine were engaged in an argument on social media about drink bottles and the merits of reusing a PET (polyethylene terephthalate) single use plastic bottle you bought bottled water in versus recycling it.