Two young entrepreneurs started their Instagram businesses at the peak of the pandemic. Neither expected to come as far as they have in such a short period of time. Directed by Rebecca Berthelette, Emmalee Blackadar and Caleb Dueck.
COVID-19 has undoubtedly affected everyone in our city. Public health orders were released hard and fast in March of 2020. These orders included strict recommendations to stay home. For some, staying home is impossible when you don’t have a home. Winnipeg’s homeless population has been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. We spoke with Kristiana Clemens
Two hockey players in Newport, Rhode Island reflect on the town’s lack of concern for COVID-19. To assess their decisions in comparison to people living in Winnipeg, a nurse from the Health Sciences Centre weighs in. By: Colton Toews, Katelyn Sarte, and Ainslee Asham
Local entrepreneurs defy pandemic odds by starting up their businesses amid the COVID-19 lockdowns. By: Camryn Smith, Landon Majcher and Chloe Gerrard
By: Bryce Hunt, Taylor Toews and Jayda Boily With a country-wide flight ban in place for most of 2020, numerous pilots were laid off by their respective airlines. We spoke with a former WestJet pilot to go through the process of knowing your job is going to get cut and to learn how airlines dealt
Creative Communications students Bria Welch, Tyler Searle and Emily Sinclair interview local musician Ryan Luke about their experience under lockdown.
Despite the differences in public and private school education, teachers are facing a mutual struggle with COVID-19. Created by: Josh Frey-Sam, Joel Lizotte, Julianna Chubenko and Drew Mittermayr.
On October 30, 1938, Orson Welles and the Mercury Theatre on the Air performed H.G. Wells’ sci-fi classic War of the Worlds live on CBS Radio. The broadcast changed media history as people tuning in mid-program heard realistic-sounding news reports “live” from a spaceship crash site, and continued listening as the apparent martian invasion continued
Hosts Harris & Sam (along with Engineer David) celebrate Legalization Day in Canada! They also mourn the end of Pete Davidson’s engagement to Ariana Grande and debate how many people are actually in The Arcade Fire.
This week’s hosts Katherine, Samantha and Skye take you through the morning news in between those awesome bangers from the past.