“It’s a challenging time for the performing arts across Canada, and while there are inspiring success stories in the mix, including many local institutions, there is lots more work to be done.”
Despite warnings from friends that I shouldn’t put away my winter boots just yet, I expect this unseasonably warm weather will extend into April. We’re welcoming spring at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre with a romantic adventure at the Tom Hendry Warehouse and a “feel-everything” musical at the John Hirsch Mainstage.
Two important and very different parks will soon emerge in downtown Winnipeg, giving
Winnipeggers and their visitors a vibrant central outdoor destination and a locus for soaking up and celebrating the early history of our region.
They’re being viewed as an important resource as our population ages and lives longer.
Did you know that April 3 is Caregiver Recognition Day in Manitoba? A first in Canada, this special day focuses on increasing awareness of the contributions of caregivers. Key experts from organizations across Manitoba gather on Caregiver Recognition Day to share information about caregiver supports.