In the Oct. 31 article "This is who dreams are made for," Matthew Flisfeder's name was misspelled as "Flifsfeder." His job title was also listed as "associate rhetoric professor." The correct title is "associate professor of rhetoric and communications." The Uniter regrets these errors.
In the Sept. 19 article “Something Lindy This Way Comes,” we printed that the Women’s Health Clinic annually gives out $20,000 of free birth control and safer sex supplies. The actual figure is $120,000. The Uniter regrets the error.
The illustration for the September 19th article "Progressive Conservatives win second consecutive majority," there was text reading, "Federal Election," despite the article referring to the provincial election. The Uniter regrets the error.
In the Sept. 5 article "Fresh faces at the UWSA," we attributed a quote about increased tuition fees to Mahlet Cuff. The quote is from Meagan Malcolm. The Uniter regrets the error.
In the Sept. 5 article "Changing of the guard," Audrey Dwyer's play was published as Calpurnica. The play's title is Calpurnia. Associate artistic director Dwyer was incorrectly referred to as "artistic associate." Former Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre artistic director Steven Schipper was listed as Steven Shipper. A description by Kelly Thornton of the play Bang Bang as "a collision course in cultural appropriation and who is allowed to tell what story" was incorrectly attributed to Dwyer and applied to the play Women of the Fur Trade. Kelly Thornon's quote, “This theatre has to be for all Manitobans,” was also incorrectly attributed to Dwyer. The Uniter regrets these errors.
In the article "Flatlander's Beer Festival", we stated this is the 18th year of the festival. It is the 17th year of the festival. The Uniter regrets this error.
In the article "Questioning and challenging philosophical thought," a U of W english professor was named as Alyson Brickley. Her name is Alyson Brickey. The Uniter regrets this error.
In the article "Laughter as medicine mixes culture and comedy," we did not publish the name of one performer photographer. Sasha Mark is pictured on the right. The Uniter regrets this error.
In the March 7, 2019 Arts Briefs, we stated that Lara Rae's Dragonfly would be performed at Theatre Projects Manitoba. The show will be performed at the Rachel Browne Theatre. The Uniter regrets this error.
In the article "Convenient contractual care," we stated that the Legal Help Centre's drop-in is run out of the Millennium Library. It is run out of the Legal Help Centre's office in Portage Place. The Uniter regrets this error.
In the article "Favourite Local Activist", Annie Beach's performance was listed as being that week. The date of the performance piece was Nov. 27. The Uniter regrets this error.
In the article "Building a level table for printmaking" we stated that Andrea von Wichert took a week off from the program. The time off was a longer span than a week. The Uniter regrets this error.
In the article "Whose House? Alex's House!" we published the incorrect image to match the caption "Everyday people." The Uniter regrets this error.
In the Sept 13, 2018 article "Too Attached", Too Attached's album was published as Anger. The album title is Angry. Synonym Art Consultation was listed as Synonym Art Consultancy. The Uniter regrets these errors.
In the article "Manitoba Night Market and Festival" we published a picture of the Winnipeg Night Market. We regret this error.
In the article "Building community in the commons," we cited a report from the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. The report should be credited to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. The Uniter regrets this error.
In the article "#artists and #archives over #algorithms," we identified the photo on the left as being Briar Boyko's account, @blarkandson. Briar Boyko's account is @bae.is.sic, not @blarkandson. The Uniter regrets this error.
In the article "Reaching a political balance," that ratio of male and female MLAs was given as 53-4. The ratio is actually 43-14. The Uniter regrets this error.
In the article "Women in Film," Tina Keeper was quoted as saying "it wasn’t something I even inspired to" while the correct quote is "it wasn’t something I even aspired to." The Uniter regrets this error.
In the article "Indigenous history brought to life" from Sept 7, 2017, the archaeological remains belonged to Kayasochi Kikawenow, not to Pīsim. Pīsim's name was incorrectly spelled as Prisim. It was stated that five books had been published, but one has been published and five are forthcoming. <i>The Uniter</i> regrets these errors.