Zero tolerance for dogs without licences started Sept. 1 in Winnipeg, and some critics wonder if it amounts to anything more than a cash grab by the city.
From Main Street to McPhillips Street, from Dufferin Avenue to Mountain Avenue, Winnipeg’s North End is one of the most culturally, economically and architecturally diverse areas of the city.
They seem to be everywhere – collection spots for your pop can tabs. They boast names like Tabs for Wheelchairs, but the names don’t tell the whole story, and the collection standards can be misleading.
We’ve all been there - you need to pick up some grocery essentials but are too tired or busy to go further than your corner store to get them.
The University of Winnipeg phased out the IAM student e-mail accounts on Feb. 4, replacing them with the Microsoft Live.edu system which mimics more popular webmail systems.
Marriage is a right for everybody, but for people with disabilities the roadblocks can come from those closest to them.
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Despite the fact that there was only one candidate running for one of four positions in the recent University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) by-election, students voted in droves compared to previous years.
City award for McFeetors Hall; Roll Up the Rim; Weekly Wesmen Recap
UWSA likes to O-Week Party; Live radio drama, pay what you can; Free study skills workshops offered on campus; Manitoba physicists earn prestigious prize
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Do you plan on voting in the upcoming Civic election?
Derryl Reid is helping Manitobans get the most from their coffee.
How would you rate Winnipeg’s transportation system?
Body armour ban; Winkler gets the nod; More Manitobans; Pita push; Choose your study spots carefully
Collegiate girls basketball champs; Master peace; New summer sport camps; What’s on this week?
If you’re tired of working a job, living in a city and taking showers, hitchhiking may be for you.
In the 1800s and early 1900s, the railway was the most important method of moving goods and people across Canada. In honour of The Uniter’s annual urban issue, we decided to look at five ways the railway shaped Manitoba.
Given that there are so many people patrolling downtown, do you think downtown is safe?
Rat sweeper; Excavated Scandinavians; Eleven tigers dead in three months; Pride in torture; No more civilian camouflage