Neighbourhoods old and new: In northwest Winnipeg, what makes a community?

Northwest Winnipeg is home to some of the city's oldest areas and some of its newest developments. What do their pasts — and futures — hold?

Under one roof: Take a look inside a Winnipeg multigenerational home

Harpreet and Manpreet Khosa have lived in Amber Trails with their three kids and Manpreet's parents for about a decade. As part of CBC Manitoba's On the Move community journalism project, here's a glimpse at what a day in their life looks like.

Winnipeg 'popping-style' dance artist says his Maples neighbourhood nurtured his talents

Calvin Lam is making a name for himself with his popping and freelance dance moves, and says his neighbourhood, The Maples, played a big role in his love of dance. 

School trustee, principal worry Manitoba's education overhaul could spell the end of cultural programs

Filipino, Ojibwe and Ukrainian bilingual programs. Bhangra dance classes. Drumming and jigging groups. Those are just some of the cultural initiatives that people in the Seven Oaks School Division are worried are at risk under Manitoba's proposed education overhaul.

In northwest Winnipeg, residents say crime is rising — so they're reaching to each other for help

With their sense of safety shaken in recent years, some northwest Winnipeg residents say they're reaching out to their community to deal with crime.

With much-needed upgrades stalled for years, people in northwest Winnipeg losing hope for community centre

Northwest Winnipeg is among the areas of Winnipeg with the least recreation space per resident. But community centre volunteers say they've been waiting years for planned renovations.

Meet the neighbourhoods: On the Move in northwest Winnipeg

CBC Manitoba is inviting residents from three Winnipeg suburbs to shine a light on what stories we should tell about their communities. We're starting with northwest Winnipeg.