Hockey fans, round up those toy donations!
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train is ready to roll for another season across Canada and the U.S.
The train departs Montreal on November 25 and will cross the country until December 18, collecting much-needed donations for local food banks and providing free entertainment along the way.
If you’ve already started your Christmas shopping, a new calendar could be on the list for dog lovers.
The Winnipeg Police Canine Unit and their K9 companions are featured in the 2020 Canine Unit Calendar.
WINNIPEG — As temperatures prepare to plummet for the season, Lighthouse Mission is thankful for a new boiler to restore heat to its building.
The mission recently appealed to Winnipeggers for help in covering the cost of a new boiler, which is estimated to cost between $45,000 and $58,000.
Organizers say last week’s snowstorm downed trees and power lines along the racecourse. City officials recommended that the eighth annual event be cancelled.
Christmas is a little less than three months away, but the Christmas Cheer Board is in the spotlight already as the organization marks its 100th anniversary.
During a celebration tonight at Government House, the Cheer Board will be honoured at a reception, along with its longtime executive director, Kai Madsen.
The Children’s Hospital Book Market kicked off Thursday at St. Vital Centre, raising funds to help sick and injured children in Winnipeg.
The annual event has brought in more than $8.5 million in its 59-year existence and offers titles from nearly every genre imaginable.
Hundreds of Winnipeggers gathered in an airplane hangar Friday to hear United Way Winnipeg reveal its lofty fundraising goal for their 2019 campaign.
The unprecedented $21.6 million goal officially kicked off the campaign as the community then pulled together for the 16th annual United Way Winnipeg Plane Pull.