An Easter dinner will treat 250 people from Winnipeg’s downtown this evening at Lighthouse Mission.
The organization is hosting a dinner and church service at 6 p.m. at 669 Main Street.
By The Canadian Press
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — It is being touted as the “Team Canada of cancer research.”
Exactly 39 years after Terry Fox dipped his artificial leg in St. John’s harbour to begin his Marathon of Hope, the research institute that bears his name launched a new, national network that — for the first time — brings together Canada’s leading cancer hospitals and research universities.
The campaign to the 11th annual TELUS Manitoba Motorcycle Ride for Dad officially kicked off Friday with a cheque presentation for proceeds raised during last year’s ride.
Ride for Dad executives presented $320,000 to Manitoba prostate cancer researchers, Dr. Sabine Mai of the Genomic Centre for Prostate Cancer Research and Joe Borsa of the Manitoba Prostate Cancer Support Group.
The largest outdoor beach volleyball tournament in Western Canada is turning up the heat this summer.
Super-Spike returns July 26-27 at Maple Grove Rugby Park for two days of concerts, ultimate frisbee, and of course, volleyball.
WINNIPEG — While some find their strength in the gym, others find it among loved ones and through the support of others.
That’s what Maya Chernichan, a Winnipeg toddler battling cancer, has discovered after tens of thousands of dollars have been raised in her fight against ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukaemia) through The Dream Factory.
The Winnipeg Police Association made a lofty donation to the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba on Friday.
The WPA donated $45,000 from its 2018 WPA Charity Ball, which has supported the foundation for more than 30 years.
Seven business students from the Univerity of Manitoba are trading in their beds to sleep outside for five nights.
The national 5 Days for the Homeless campaign raises funds and awareness for underprivileged Winnipeggers by supporting Resource Assistance for Youth (RaY).