In the Sept. 9 issue of The Uniter, the article"Revving up your feminism” (page 3) contained some wrong information.
-The first RebELLEs gathering was in 2008 in Montreal.
-There will not be an official march in Manitoba for the World March of Women (WMW). The International Women’s Day march this past March 8 was part of the global WMW kick-off, but the official WMW march is taking place in Quebec on Oct. 17.
-Because the 2011 RebELLEs will be women-only, the same goes for those involved in organizing the gathering. It will be open to those who identify and live as women and those who were born female and claim no particular gender identification, or who identify as two-spirit or genderqueer.
In the Sept. 9 issue of The Uniter, the comments article “Practically speaking” (page 8) incorrectly implied that the Classics department at the University of Winnipeg has seen falling enrolment.
The Uniter regrets these errors.
The article “Tool lending library empowers community residents” on page 2 of the June 30 issue of The Uniter featured a phone number that is out of service. To contact the Spence Neighbourhood Association’s Tool Lending Library, please call 783-5000.
In the March 11 issue of The Uniter, Home Street Recording Company owner/operator Jeff Patteson was wrongly identified as Jeff Patterson.
In our March 18 issue, incorrect information appeared in the story “Motivationally speaking” (page 4). Hart Peikoff has not spoken at Grant Park High School, nor has he spoken at the Manitoba Youth Centre.
The Uniter apologizes for these errors.
In the Feb. 25 Woodhands profile “For your entertainment” (page 11), Dan Werb’s last name was misspelled.
We regret the error.
An incorrect byline appeared alongside the campus news briefs on page seven of The Uniter‘s Jan. 14 issue. They were written by Courtney Schwegel.
Incorrect information also appeared in our Jan. 21 issue.
Page eight should have noted that the Wesmen Men’s Basketball team lost to the University of Saskatchewan Huskies 71 to 55 on Friday, Jan. 15.
Meanwhile, an incorrect photo credit appeared alongside the Fashion Streeter on page 20. Brittany Hildebrandt took the photo.
We regret the errors.
The Commissionaires is a non-profit organization that is not funded by the government.
Also, the city trail proposed in south St. Vital between Southglen and Creek Bend Road is not a part of Waverley West.
Incorrect information appeared in the articles “Military pensions not as sweet as most think, survey shows” and “Development along the Seine threatens old-growth forest” on page 5 of our Dec. 3 issue.
We regret the errors.
Jane Forsey is not the chair of the philosophy department at the University of Winnipeg. Incorrect information appeared in the Nov. 26 issue.
In the Nov. 19 issue of The Uniter, the Little Girls band member pictured on page 17 is Josh McIntyre. The photo was taken by Brittany Shepherd. Incorrect information appeared in that issue.
In the Oct. 15 issue, the Young Galaxy profile “Far, far away from a label” (page 13) should have been attributed to the writers Kevan Hannah and Courtney Brecht.
In the Oct. 15 issue of The Uniter, the Streeter (“Do you think the Doer government has been open and transparent since taking office?” page 2) included the wrong name for Jason Robillard.
In the Oct. 8 issue of The Uniter, the skateboarder pictured at the bottom of page 15 is Richard Bolton. Incorrect information appeared in that issue.
In the Oct. 8 issue of The Uniter, we mistakenly referred to the Skateboard Coalition of Manitoba as the Skateboarding Coalition of Manitoba (pages 14 and 15). We regret the error.
Last week, The Uniter incorrectly stated the provincial government funded one half of the total cost of the UWSA Day Care. In fact, the government funded $400,000. In addition, Dennistoun House was misspelled.
We regret the errors.
Last week (Mar 26, 2009) we accidentally misattributed the art shown on our cover. The cover, titled “Savage Heart,” was by Ian August. It is currently showing at the Urban Shaman Gallery.
Last week in our campus briefs (Mar. 19, 2009), we mistakenly named LGBT* students’ director Jonathan Niemczak as the organizer of the protest at the Canadian Blood Services’ campus blood drive. In fact, Niemczak was not the organizer, but rather a participant. We regret the error.