1. Star Blanket, Kenneth Lavallee 2. En Masse 3. Emptyful
1. Winnipeg Art Gallery 2. aceart. 3. MAWA
1. Adam Kelly 2. TIE: Jen Doerksen / Callie Lugosi 3. Joey Senft
1. Nardcity Winnipeg 2. Coat check 3. TIE: Alex Ateah, Jodie Layne, Michelle Panting
1. Intro to film with Howard Curle Editor’s note: The responses to this category were so incredibly varied that there were no other couses that collected enough votes for 2nd and 3rd place.
1. Bear Clan Patrol 2. TIE: Art City / Facist Free Treat 1 3. QPOC Winnipeg
1. Corticelli (AKA Langside Grocery) Favourite new independent business 2. Have a Nice Day 3. Shop Take Care 2. Clementine 3. Forth
1. Go out for food 2. Drinks (at home, or out somewhere) 3. Go to a movie or watch Netflix
1. Lo Pub 2. Royal Albert Arms Hotel Bar 3. Mondragon Bookstore and Coffeehouse
In tallying the votes for this issue, one of the greatest joys and greatest challenges is going through all the reader submissions
This is yet another beautiful release from Chicago-based Orindal Records.
1. Max Frank, Have a Nice Day 2. Adam Donnelly, Segovia / Mandel Hitzer, deer + almond 3. Ben Kramer, custom catering
1. Suzanne Gessler, The Pennyloaf Bakery 2. Amanda Kinden, Oh Doughnuts 3. Jenna Rae, Jenna Rae Cakes
1. The Forks 2. The Good Will Social Club 3. Old Market Square
1. Skating The Forks river trail 2. Walking (yes, just walking in general) 3. TIE: Festival du Voyageur, sleeping, drinking, tobogganing
This week’s paper is our last regular issue of the year, but we’re already hard at work on a special treat for you next week.
Since a law change in 2013, sex work in Canada is not illegal. Currently, sex work falls under the category of asymmetrical criminalization, meaning the purchase – not the sale – of sex is illegal.
Sonya Ballantyne is at the forefront of Winnipeg’s new wave of Indigenous cinema.
Trivia nights are an opportunity for fans to gather and show their knowledge of their favourite show, movie or book.
Marie Clements’ The Road Forward bills itself as a “musical documentary” exploring the history of Indigenous activism in Canada.
The album cover for this CD was, and still is, a drawing of a red guy done in marker with the name of the band and album taped onto it. This is because The Famous Sandhogs are a Wacky Band.
Winnipeg boudoir photographer Teri Hofford and local business owner JT believe that a greater variance of images in media would lead to a positive shift in perceptions of what women actually look like. They promote this concept through their work.
“We all know and love people that use drugs,” Veda Koncan, project coordinator at the Manitoba Harm Reduction Network (MHRN), says.
On Sept. 27, Winnipeg City Council approved the $10-million St. Boniface Tache Promenade project.
A pair of board game cafés have popped up to meet a growing demand for these kinds of venues in Winnipeg.
Students have spotted stickers featuring the phrase “It’s okay to be white” on the outskirts of the University of Winnipeg (U of W).
The Daniel McIntyre/St. Matthews Community Association (DMSMCA) has selected Jesse Gair as their new executive director.
Anyone who’s ever been shushed in a library probably doesn’t associate that space with the phrase “spoken word.”
Information on how marijuana retailing will work in Manitoba has been billowing in since the announcement that pot sales will be a “hybrid privatization” with Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries distributing to private retailers.
University of Winnipeg (U of W) students spent anywhere between $100 and $1,900 on textbooks this fall, according to Megan Linton, vice-president external affairs for the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA).
Professor Michael MacKinnon first started his career at the University of Winnipeg in 2002. He started off in the Department of Anthropology and now teaches in the Department of Classics.
The current buzzword vibrating across the music scene is the term accessible. It’s mentioned in Facebook events for shows, on venue pages and used haphazardly across the industry.
The Winnipeg film industry has been growing in recent years. In 2016, the film industry in Manitoba brought in $127 million in production, and Carole Vivier, CEO of Manitoba Film and Music says this year is anticipated to exceed $150 million.
On Nov. 22, along with QPOC Winnipeg and Black Space Winnipeg, we'll be hosting the first Uniter Speakers Series event of this season.
James Korba and Jessica Nagy have only been living together since August, but the couple says that a theme to their home has quickly emerged.
The Wesmen women’s volleyball team might have more potential than their mid-season 1-5 record indicates.
On Oct. 5, TransCanada cancelled its $15.7 billion plans for the 4,000-kilometer proposed Energy East oil pipeline that would have transported oil from Alberta oil sands projects to supply refineries in the east.