If you’re looking for some great places where you can get unique, one-of-a-kind gifts for your friends and family, you’re in luck. There are plenty of places like that in Winnipeg. Listed are 15 places to shop for unique gifts in Winnipeg.
The City of Winnipeg will be reopening select outdoor and wading pools from July 3rd as part of the Province of Manitoba’s Restoring Safe Services plan. The… Read more »
Treat your Dad to Brunch or Dinner. From enjoy a dine-in meal to take-out meals, here is a list of places to order Father’s Day Brunch/Dinner. You… Read more »
The unique mission dubbed, Operation INSPIRATION will see the team’s signature nine-jet formation, with trailing white smoke, flying over cities across the country starting in Nova Scotia and working west throughout the week.
Treat your Mom to Brunch or Dinner. From fully prepared meals to make your own meal kit, here is a list of places to order Mother’s Day… Read more »
Audio editions of 10 award-winning books will be available for free over a two-month period as part of an initiative to encourage Canadians to enjoy top storytelling during the COVID-19 pandemic…. Read more »
Nighttime visits to the west coast of California are magical these days. Here, the bioluminescent plankton is creating breathtaking displays after dark. These glowing plankton are giving… Read more »
Tim Hortons launched Nova Scotia Strong donut in support of those affected by the tragic events in Nova Scotia. The campaign started in Nova Scotia on April… Read more »
Restaurants struggling to survive during the COVID−19 crisis have turned to take−out and delivery, but the fees charged by food−delivery companies are eating away their bottom line,… Read more »
Canada is honouring its frontline workers in various ways from offering pandemic payments and an increase in salaries to free wireless services. An initiative launched on April… Read more »
Have you heard the news? A very big asteroid will pass close (relatively, of course!) to the Earth. The Asteroid in question is classified as a Potentially… Read more »
No more Zoom Bombing! Facebook is rolling out Messenger Rooms where-in you can do group video calls with up to 50 people. According to the news release,… Read more »
WHO: Currently No Evidence That People Who Have Recovered From COVID-19 Are Protected From a Second Infection
As governments across the world are spending millions for antibody tests, WHO has issued a Scientific Brief, stating “There is currently no evidence that people who have… Read more »
IKEA has shared the recipe for the famous meatballs served in its restaurants in the pictured step-by-step guide format. The recipe sure looks easier than putting together a piece of their flat-pack furniture.
With most of the world sheltering in place, dressing up and going out has become something that people crave the most. With a lesser chance to go… Read more »
Youth Science Canada (YSC) will hold the annual STEM Fair online this year. COVID-19 shutdown caused the cancellation of 2020 Canada-Wide Science Fair where was scheduled to… Read more »
According to WHO and Public Health Canada, COVID-19 is not a foodborne illness and currently, there is no evidence to the contrary. Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads through respiratory… Read more »