Tuition raises in the UK could mean more students at the University of Winnipeg
Today, a small group of Occupiers decided to take their Memorial Park encampment to the next level by annexing Andrew Swan’s constituency office; an elected Member of the legislative assembly and a sitting cabinet minister who has publicly supported the Harper Conservatives’ omnibus crime legislation, known as Bill C-10.
The Canadian Judicial Council has decided to go easy on Justice Robert Dewar, who turned some heads when he called Kenneth Rhodes, a rapist he himself convicted, a “clumsy Don Juan”.
Part café, part library, part art gallery, part venue – Pop Soda’s Coffeehouse and Gallery has got everything for everybody.
Missed the SGM? No problem. Here’s the Reader’s Digest version.
A quick look at the rising trend of farming memoirs.
Dave Brown has been the only name in firearms safety on Manitoba film sets for about twenty years, but last year he switched gears to direct his first short film, the twelve minute romantic comedy Chump Change.
Conservative Senator Nicole Eaton has asked the question: should we kick Canada’s beaver emblem to the curb and replace it with the mighty polar bear?
Read extended excerpts from my interview with Dave Elmore, Director of Safety and Education at Bike to the Future, on issues of safety and respect connected to ways of riding.
The past’s month’s publishing news spells the physical book’s fate.
Rock n roll reunions. Why do they happen? People that famously state they will never, ever work with that person again will usually do it if the price is right.
Despite the optimism that has engulfed the city with the return of the Winnipeg Jets, who just achieved their first win over Pittsburgh last night in front of an audience of the privileged few who can afford tickets, real downtown cultural staples seem to be vacating in droves.
Christ the King school principal David Hood proposed the idea of encouraging his students to protest abortion by offering community service credits to those who would march before the Health Sciences Centre. The Selinger government nixed the idea, and we’re left to wonder what Hood’s motivation for the initiative really was.
It may be the end for one of North America’s most iconic venues.
We’re already preparing for our 2nd Annual edition of The Uniter 30! It’s exciting and this time around we want your input. Artists, activists and the exceptionally hilarious all qualify, so start thinking about your most interesting friends.
Joan Grace, associate professor in the department of politics at the University of Winnipeg, asks her second year Canadian politics class the same question every year:
No doubt there will be a huge audience — nationally and internationally — watching the Jets on TV, as well as others coming to the city to watch the Jets. And when I think of that, I can’t help but be a little bit embarrassed the MTS Centre is essentially bordered by two low-end retailers in Dollarama and the Bargain Shop.
It’s kind of a funny thing, writing for the Uniter. I never set out at all to be any sort of journalist. I went to school to study acting, then switched over to filmmaking.
One of Canada’s most iconic venues the Times Change(d) High & Lonesome Club is the subject of an upcoming history project.
So far what I’ve learned from playing journalist is that it gives you a great opportunity to learn about an issue, but you only get to pass on a fragment of the story in an article.