Published October 15, 2015
In case you missed it, we’re now at the peak of election season.
The Winnipeg Centre riding has more pressing issues than the candidates’ war of words
Melanie Dahling embodies the proverbial wearer of many hats. The Winnipeg comedian, writer, actress, playwright and radio host recently added makeup artist to her ever-growing array of figurative chapeaus.
Malfunktion // Little Thing Big Thing // Fubuki Daiko // Loss of Contact // Raine Hamilton
Alannah Zeebeck releases their newest album
Winnipeg French film festival is back
MediaQueer’s online database curates and preserves film
Travel company learns what U of W is all about
Into The Sinner Circle
October 2 to 27 at Cre8ery
Casting a ballot for arts and culture
Oct 15, 2015 … Streeter. "If you had to live with one federal candidate for a week, who would it be?"
A hill by any other name
Environmental issues largely absent from federal campaign
Women's issues forum draws large crowd to U of W
Autumn convocation touts talent // Celebrating citizen journalism // October is seniors’ month // Help Syrian refugees // Hear ye, hear ye! Trimbee talks // A changing of the guard?
Security shuts down students’ anti-military protest
The PROFile - Wab Kinew
Islamophobia an election issue threatening Canadian identity
Voting a critical tool for social change
Vote-deciding issues have come before the country’s future
When it comes to aboriginal issues, federal parties must do more than make promises
Alora “I dress to please myself, not others.”
Ocosomoso was beamed down to Earth to investigate the planet and its current conditions. This comic strip chronicles that investigation as Ocosomoso explores his surroundings and relays off-base observations back to the mothership.