Students get creative with mosaic mural

Pinkham School Grade 5 student Sean Diotay works on his contribution to the Winnipeg School Division’s Everybody has the Right mosaic mural project.


  • (Left to right) Urban Eatin’ Gardeners Worker Co-op members Tommy Allen, Natalie Dyck, Naomi Audia and Mark Klassen sit on reclaimed and debarked elm wood from Wood Anchor, installed as part of the in progress outdoor classroom at Grosvenor School. Not pictured: Urban Eatin’ worker Paolo Riva.

    Urban Eatin’ catchin’ on

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  • Zobida Ambtman (far right) pictured with some children on a past trip to India.

    Help out a haven at fundraiser

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  • ASM to teach about dementia

    09/16/2014 2:58 PM 0

    September is World Alzheimer’s Month and the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba (ASM) wants to educate the public about dementia.

    ASM is ...

  • Sokol Polish Folk Ensemble music director Tadeusz Biernacki conducts the choir.

    A century of Sokol

    09/16/2014 2:52 PM 0
  • The FC Northwest U16 girls beat Portage Trail by a 2-0 score on Aug. 23 at Winnipeg Soccer Complex to win the 2014 Manitoba Soccer Association provincial championship competition and take home the MSA Cup. The team now advances to the U16 National Club Championships, which take place Oct. 8 to 13 in Mount Pearl, N.L. Top row, from left: Larry Ladobruk (coach), Alyshia DaSilva, Giordana Nocita, Donna Vergata (manager), Martino Vergata (coach), Gelsy Vanderhooft, Tiana Vergata, and Sydney Lisi. Middle row, from left: Kelsey Chmelnytzki , Hayley Ward, Jasmine Lotey, and Hailey Lavarias. Bottom row, from left: Sarah Lyle, Chantal Reis, Gabby Vivier-Hannay, Adrianna Karpa, Rebecca Martin, Madeline Comeau, Carina McLennan, and Nikki Neudorf. Ground, from left: Kezia Gesell, and Madison Fordyce.

    U16 girls triumph at provincials

    09/16/2014 2:49 PM 0
  • Cloverdale Forge blacksmith Matt Jenkins (right) shows off his sketches for the proposed Centennial community billboard during a community consultation at Frame Arts Warehouse on Thurs., Sept. 4. Also pictured: Adelle Lumanta (left), community connector at Central Neighbourhood Development Corporation (CNDC) and Christa Bishop, community worker at CNDC.

    More than just a bulletin board

    09/16/2014 2:46 PM 0
  • Maples Community Centre junior cricket coach Jay Punj, vice-president of operations Derek Dabee and senior coach Kamta Roy Singh have fun on the new artificial turf cricket pitch on the Elwick Community School grounds.

    Cricket pitch first of its kind in city

    09/16/2014 2:41 PM 0
  • Kevin Anderson, North End artist (foreground), sets up his series of artwork called Street Life! in Point Douglas MLA Kevin Chief’s (background) office at the Manitoba Legislative Building. Anderson is part of the campaign to raise awareness and create opportunities for those living on the street.

    Hope, opportunities for the vulnerable

    09/16/2014 3:23 PM 0
  • CWW executive members and past presidents were invited to attend the Manitoba Legislature in April as part of the council’s120th anniversary celebrations.

    Council of Winnipeg Women to host forum

    09/16/2014 3:17 PM 0

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