Jules, Iris, and Ashton The Safe at Home Manitoba grant provides funding for creative projects and events across the province.
It’s been over a year since Manitoba first went into lockdown, and hospitals are still feeling the weight of COVID-19. Limited access to personal protective equipment (PPE), visitor restrictions, death, and the looming threat of the virus have all been a part of daily life for healthcare providers in the last 13 months. It’s not
Chris Gaudry and David Boulet talk about how COVID-19 has affected the Winnipeg film industry.
Two Instagram-savvy women turn their hobbies into a business. Emma Barber-Dueck and Azel Batangan found a way to earn money and stay connected with friends and family by starting a business during the pandemic. Check out: Emma – @ithinkyoushouldweave Azel – @nailsbyazel
This video was produced by Kent, Margaret, and Cheta, to convey the creative inspiration that comes from isolation. It was made to change our perspective on COVID-19 and see the benefits that come with all of this free time. We show off two interviews where the guests discuss how COVID has impacted their creativity and
Delaney O’Hara, Joseph Boulet, and Kevin Rodriguez talk to two Creative Communications graduates about how COVID-19 has affected their work.
“Finding Releaf In a Budding Industry,” clears the smoke on how the pandemic impacted the Winnipeg Cannabis consumers and proprietors. Listen to Sierra Coelho’s and Peter Slupski’s stories. Created by Timor Syrota, Samantha McEwan, and Mathias Leiendecker
A student teacher, educational assistant, and physical education teacher share their experiences teaching online and in-person during the COVID-19 pandemic. Written and produced by Braden Kutzner, Drew Jensen, and Georgia Dalke.
In this video, retail workers share how their jobs have been affected by the pandemic and how restrictions have changed their environments.
In a time where COVID-19 news stories are everywhere and almost never positive, silver linings seem to be nowhere to be found. Except that is, on the internet, and especially on dating apps. When all we can do is stay home cuddled up, one things for sure: finding a quarantine cutie has been the best