Days after Canada pledged to make Facebook pay for news content amid an ongoing media battle with tech giants, a Winnipeg newspaper publisher is warning local news could be in trouble if the government doesn’t take bold action.
"I am a disabled female academic. I have four university degrees. I am very happily married and I have a great job. Yet I have never felt more vulnerable as an individual," writes University of Manitoba academic Nancy Hansen.
Artists who are Black, Indigenous, and people of colour have a new gallery to call home in Winnipeg's Exchange District.
Failings in government oversight, incomplete analysis of projects and political stubbornness helped lead to costly overruns on two Manitoba Hydro megaprojects, says an independent review released on Friday.