Published October 3, 2012
They say that if you want it done right, you have to do it yourself.
Whether Fifty Shades of Grey makes you sigh in ecstasy or bemoan the death of good taste is really irrelevant.
The evenings are becoming brisk. The afternoons are warm, and leaves crunch beneath your Keds. When you trot to Cousins for an 8 p.m. beer, it’s already dark.
Future graduates: though it may still seem a lifetime away, it is likely that you will need to acquire a suit in the near future. Whether for a job interview, a wedding or other formal function, a time will come when you must shed your skinnies or baggies and spiff up.
When you make a time-travel movie, you are trying to do one of two things: make your audience think about paradoxes and physics and the like (see Primer), or make your audience say something along the lines of “Whoa, dude.”
Together for nearly two decades, Saskatoon soul power trio Wide Mouth Mason has been across the country and back many a time.
Léo sits across from me, his paintbrush casually swirling reds and yellows as he describes his history with the lodge - the place he’s called home for the past 18 months.
Even after visiting the site of a massive oil sands project in Alberta, and changing his tone marginally in order to emphasize environmental ramifications, it seems the Western premiers and most Canadian media are unanimous in viewing NDP leader Thomas Mulcair’s position on the oil sands as his first significant gaffe since taking the official Opposition leadership reigns.
It took me a long time to come to terms with the concept of white privilege.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the Red River Settlement, an agricultural colony founded by a Scottish “noble” named Thomas Douglas, the Fifth Earl of Selkirk.
The University of Winnipeg’s Department of Urban and Inner-City Studies (UIC) is located on Selkirk Avenue, in Winnipeg’s North End - and exciting things are happening there.
After six years of service, former principal Marilou McPhedran has left the University of Winnipeg’s Global College, leaving the organization in a state of flux.
Wesmen women add to losing record; Wesmen men come away with a tie, a loss in homestand
Chartrand to receive honorary doctorate; Wong elected to scientific body; U of W receives $500K for residential school research
The move from a small conference to the CIS this season has the Wesmen soccer teams feeling some growing pains.
Student associations at several Winnipeg universities are aggressively pursuing the possible creation of an annual transit pass.
Gay therapy tossed in ‘dustbin of quackery’; Greek recession continues; Eurozone unemployment rises; Japan passes piracy laws
Manitoba’s deficit nears $1B; Chief of staff nets six-figure severance; Liberation therapy comes to Winnipeg; More legal aid lawyers needed
It’s been 20 years since Ken Mumford was diagnosed with HIV, but Sept. 23 was the first time he found himself among hundreds as part of the 2012 AIDS Walk for Life downtown.
While it’s virtually impossible to miss the massive CentrePoint construction project currently in the works at the corner of Donald Street and Portage Avenue, Winnipeggers may be unaware just how many other changes are also taking place down the street.