Hearing Trees at The Uniter Fiver
Candidate Bios and Referendum Question
Sibyl playing "The Tale of the Wandering Aengus" at the Park Theatre.
The Uniter Top 10 lists 2013
The Uniter goes to the 2013 Central Canada Comic Con.
War brewing between African Mafia and B-Side Gang, court hears; Winnipeg bidding to host Canada Summer Games; Feds moving to demolish ELA site buildings
Journalist freed after interviewing rape victim; U.S. teens convicted of rape that was documented online; Brazil town cracking down on ‘ghost employees’; Cyprus imposing new bank tax to avoid bankruptcy
Wesmen wrestle away gold, silver at CIS championship; Cunningham named all-star
World’s rich have the money to end poverty four times over; Austrians want conscription; Five dead in New Mexico slaying; Police rounded up on organized crime charges
Feds to appeal Kapyong decision; Lake Winnipeg researchers receive $600K; Papa George’s talks break down; Manitoba dead last in after hours care
Frank Shebageget comes to Gallery 1C03; University sets up fund for Kinew; First a hall, now a library; Donation benefits business students
The nephew of a founding member of the Allman Brothers, Derek Trucks formed the Derek Trucks Band and performed with Bob Dylan before he even turned 20. He has released nine albums and twice appeared on Rolling Stone’s list of 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.
Legendary rock band Van Halen will perform at the MTS Centre on Sunday, May 13 as part of its current tour in support of its new album, A Different Kind of Truth. The Uniter has one pair of tickets to give away to the show.
We asked our regular comments contributors and our readers what they would do if they had Sam Katz’s job. This is what they had to say.
What would you do if you were the mayor of Winnipeg?
The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra is ringing in the New Year with world premieres and a roster packed with internationally renowned talent.
The goal of this piece was to once again feature, in no particular order, a group of Manitobans who are 30 years old or younger who are making a difference and impacting their community in some way, or who are outstanding in their field – whatever that field may be.
More than 300 people filled Eckhardt-Grammate Hall at the University of Winnipeg on Wednesday, Oct. 19 to hear a lecture by renowned Canadian philosopher Charles Taylor.