City

  • Campus Briefs

    Thrive Week // Webinar Wednesdays // Dropping courses // Work-study program // Exams // Waitlists // Tuition fees // Current sward opportunities // Student aid // myVisit app

  • Discussing the past, present and future of Indigenous activism

    U of M hosting virtual roundtable on Dec. 7

  • As rent rises, uncertainty looms

    Tenants falling through the cracks of an already-faulty system

  • City Briefs

    Soldiering on // ISSP open for applications // Green office program for staff // Dissertation award in the English department // Indigenous activism in modernity // Update on silica mining project

  • Working together

    Co-operative businesses show resilience through shared values

  • The Crowe affair

    An important part of U of W’s history continues to unfold

  • UWSA addresses claims of institutional racism

    The UWSA has released a statement outlining an anti-racism plan following allegations of systemic racism both by, and against, former executives.

  • A rude awakening

    COVID-19 links to sleep troubles

  • A right, not a privilege

    Newcomers face challenges exercising their rights in the workplace

  • City Briefs

    City seeking transit feedback // Honouring the critical commode // Navigating police interactions // Panel series on social housing // CLASS reading group at UWinnipeg // New provincial COVID-19 restrictions

  • Canada Highway Network celebrates 10 years

    Facebook page founder credits strict group rules that help inform and protect Manitobans

  • Our teachers are not okay

    Manitoba educators face hardships while teaching during the pandemic

  • Métis connections

    Online platforms bring the Métis community together

  • ‘Parks are not for sale’

    Environmental groups push against privatization of provincial parks

  • City Briefs

    City receives affordable housing funding // Mourning the victims of austerity // Taking care of future students online // Take your ball and go home (for now) // Addressing housing issues in Northern Manitoba // Pallister to prioritize policing as pandemic procedure

  • Meet your meat

    Local meat farmers provide assurance of ethical farming

  • U of W organizes Webinar Wednesdays

    The Webinar Wednesdays series, organized by U of W Student Services, attempts to provide support and advice for students.

  • Campus Briefs

    Awards and financial aid // Student aid // Student central // Student records // Student services

  • Balancing the budget comes at a price

    The plan for education reform was unveiled in the provincial government’s throne speech on Oct. 7, contending that parents will have “more say” in the new model.

  • Reaching beyond bars

    Manitoba has the highest incarceration rate out of all provinces in Canada at 231 adults per a population of 100,000 – a problem that has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 outbreak.

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