With Thanksgiving approaching, the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) Foodbank plays a key role in the lives of many members of the University of Winnipeg (U of W) community.
Wrapped in the question of how society responds to climate change are a lot of other questions about what people value, what “progress” means and what a good life looks like.
What do the Masonic Temple, St. Andrews on the Red Anglican Church, the Fire Fighters Museum and the Burton Cummings Theatre all have in common? According to some, they are all hot spots for paranormal activity.
First aid on campus // Writer-in-residence // Mennonites and Anthropology // Cal Botterill lecture // Manitoba Chamber Orchestra wins award // Confronting colonial violence
Winnipeg is a melting pot of cultures and traditions. It is home to people from different origins, religions and ethnicities, who speak different languages and follow different traditions.
Dr. Jenny Heijun Wills, associate professor of English at the University of Winnipeg, has been shortlisted for the 2019 Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for Nonfiction. Her memoir Older Sister. Not Necessarily Related is among five finalists for this prestigious $60,000 prize.
On Friday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m., prominent Canadian activists Stephen Lewis and David Suzuki will speak at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) as part of their Climate First tour. This national tour’s Winnipeg event is presented in conjunction with the Axworthy Distinguished Lecture Series.
Photos from the 2019 Climate Strike.
With the launching of the Create chapbook, incarcerated women in the Women’s Correctional Centre (WCC) are being given a voice and the ability to add “published poet/writer/artist” to their lists of accomplishments.
As of Sept. 1, Mifegymiso (also known as “Mife”), a pill that allows people to end a pregnancy within the first 10 weeks, is covered by Manitoba Health and free.
Physicist to receive honorary degree // Global Dialogue Program makes its way to campus // Shared streets in the Exchange // Key findings for the federal election // Jail, death and mental illness // Zoo Lights Festival
How a city is planned can say a lot about the priorities of a municipal government.
On Sept. 22, the Red Ribbon Walk and Run was held in Vimy Ridge Park.
Byelection period begins // U of W United Way campaign // ‘What the Chickadee Knows’ // Reformation lecture // Systems maintenance
to take place // Orange Shirt Day
On Wednesday, Sept. 10, Brian Pallister led the Progressive Conservative Party (PCs) to win their second consecutive majority provincial government. The New Democratic Party, the official Opposition, gained six seats, while the Liberal Party dropped one seat, losing official party status.
U of W students and a moon mission // 49th annual Great Rock Climb // Residential Infill Strategy for a more sustainable Winnipeg // Create: Words and Art from WCC launch // Brooklands neighbourhood town hall // Winter clothes donations for U of W students
Winnipeg’s long, proud history of striking has been inherited by a new generation of organizers, leaders, and rebels: students. K to 12 students, more specifically.
On Sept. 12, amateur and professional boxers will descend on the Metropolitan Entertainment Centre to raise money for charity in Melee Gala VII, hosted by the United Boxing Club.
With a provincial election behind us and a federal one fast approaching, it can be difficult to keep track of what has been promised by who in the past two weeks, let alone the many irregularities in this past provincial election.
After almost nine months of negotiation, two days when bus fares were not being enforced and a rally, the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1505 (ATU) – the transit workers’ union for the Winnipeg area – might be giving the Canadian Union of Postal Workers a run for their money as the most-talked-about labour group in Winnipeg.