Published February 22, 2017
Welcome to our special online-only reading week issue of The Uniter!
Heritage museums exist to tell a story and to preserve local history. It is the job of museum curators to make that history accessible to everyone that visits.
For our online exclusive edition of Whose House, we offer a glimpse into the making of your weekly paper, by way of our planners.
Manitoba nominees for screen awards // Indigenous artists off to Market Builder // Plug In’s summer institute // Jerusalem media partnership // Casting call
What to watch, listen to and read by black creators
Sean Skene has been beaten up, set on fire and launched from the roof of a moving Jeep – all in the name of a day’s work.
Instant Messaging (IMing) is a popular, inexpensive way to keep in touch with friends. But it wasn’t so long ago that online communication was exciting and new, leaving lasting impressions on those who engaged with it.
Local filmmakers have seen a shift in power dynamics on set within the last few years, mostly due to advances in technology.
UWSA election // Film on flooding // In the greenhouse // Feb. 25 the coldest night // Thinking about retirement // Counter-rally on March 4
1 Just City, an organization that provides outreach centres throughout Winnipeg, has partnered with St. Augustine United Church on River Avenue to offer a new program, which offers a safer space for those seeking a place to sleep.
Winnipeg is getting a glance at what a food policy council will look like for the city.
On Valentine’s Day, dozens of people marched around the University of Winnipeg (U of W) to remember missing and murdered Indigenous women (MMIW).
How easy is it to navigate the University of Winnipeg (U of W) when visually impaired?
Everyone needs a vacation once in a while, even the premier of Manitoba.
The City of Winnipeg is failing to meet its greenhouse gas reduction goal.
It’s important to understand the difference between “Vince Li suffering from psychosis” and “Vince Li.”