Published September 15, 2016
We at The Uniter are committed to telling the stories that aren’t being told in other news outlets, and often this means a little extra digging.
The mysterious and delicious mushrooms of our province
Singer-songwriter and photographer Emily Senyk’s home is part of a story of personal triumph.
FemFest // SAP! // Art from the Attic // French culture // Count Bass D
Queer musician of colour fighting in the industry
How to choose animal-friendly self-care
One of the most common themes in art about Winnipeg is our tendency to self-mythologize.
The first time you hear Rae Sremmurd’s breakout hit, “No Flex Zone,” you’re instantly pulled in by the group’s exuberant, youthful energy and can’t help but sing and party along to the track.
Manitoba’s first art therapy certification program opens
A guide to all things pumpkin in Winnipeg
“Opinions are like a#%holes. Everybody’s got one.”
Reduced speeds in school zones // Wesmen women’s soccer home opener // Grad funding FAQ // Downtown conference in 2017 // U of W celebrates SSHRC funding // Arthritis awareness forum
Small business sees benefits of sharing platform for loyalty programs
Understanding your student health plan
Initiative wants to know if you feel comfortable in our gym
Alexander Freund’s favourite part of his job is learning from students.
About 25 per cent of Canadians living with HIV do not know they are positive, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Development fees could mitigate unhealthy growth in Winnipeg – if handled properly.
“Rainbows are good. I express myself with colours.”
Paul Hewak explains how to survive the lunchroom.