Sometimes it’s hard to imagine the impacts of climate change when it’s talked about at a global scale. The Prairie Climate Atlas shows us what it means closer to home and in a way non-scientists can understand.
A range of organizations representing seniors and kids getting to school, nature lovers and trail users, the environment and cycling are calling on the next provincial government to invest significant time and energy into making Manitoba a walk-friendly, bike-friendly, and more accessible place to live.
What a dream! Bike lanes on Fort and Garry streets in downtown Winnipeg that are physically separated from motorized traffic. Well, that lovely idea could soon become reality.
On Tuesday, March 8th party candidates from of the upcoming Provincial election gathered at the First Unitarian Universalist Church.
Let your voice be heard about the proposed organics collection program in Winnipeg.