In the Sept. 10 article "PROFile: Dr. Kathleen Venema," we quoted Venema as saying her worst grade in university was a D. She actually said that her worst grade was a B. The Uniter regrets the error.
In the Sept. 17 article "Publishing in the pandemic," we listed an outdated street address and website for the Whodunit Mystery Bookstore. Whodunit is located at 163 Lilac St. and its new website is whodunitbooks.ca. The Uniter regrets the error.
The Sept. 10 article "Strong father, Strong Son" stated that filmmaker Ian Bawa " has had a number of shorts in the (Toronto International Film Festival) before." Bawa has only had one previous film shown at TIFF. The Uniter regrets the error.
In the May 28 article "The festival circuit," we stated that the original start date of the Hot Docs Festival was March 24. The actual planned start date was April 30. The Uniter regrets the error.
In the March 19 article "U of W cancels in-person classes," we incorrectly referred to Reza Saker using she/her pronouns. Saker's pronouns are he/him. The Uniter regrets the error.
In the March 12 article "U of W students elect new UWSA executive," we failed to mention that Cheta D. Akaluka was elected UWSA senator. The Uniter regrets the error.
In the Feb. 27 article "Theatrical shift," Audrey Dwyer's job title at Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre was stated as "artistic associate director." Her actual job title is "associate artistic director." The Uniter regrets the error.
In the Feb. 3 article "The many confusing paths to Canada," we referred to Oumer Ahmed as an employee of "the Manitoba Network of Newcomer Serving Organizations." He is actually an employee of the Manitoba Association of Newcomer Serving Organizations. The Uniter regrets the error.
In the Feb. 16 article "Reframing austerity," we stated that, according to a Manitoba Health report seven Manitobans died due to inadequate air ambulance access, then later incorrectly stated the number of deaths as 30. There were 30 incidents recorded in the report, with seven resulting in deaths of patients. The Uniter regrets the error.
In the Jan. 16 article "Strategizing for instability," we referred to the Manitoba Eco Network by the acronym MEN. The organization's official acronym is MbEN. The Uniter regrets the error.