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  • Campus Briefs

    Webinar Wednesdays // Grades // Reading Week // Fall/winter term courses // Bursaries // Student Aid // myVisit app

  • Festival du Voyageur goes virtual

    Programming includes workshops and eight days of free online concerts

  • Keeping Winnipeggers warm, and more

    Warming Centre aims to fill gaps in services

  • City briefs

    The queens return // Collegiate pod now online // Virtually welcoming potential students // Pathway to Graduate Studies deadline // UWSA election bylaw restructuring // Reading from Zalika Reid-Benta

  • Arts briefs

    MB Arts Network’s online performances // Raine Hamilton at the West End Cultural Centre // Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra quintets // Shred Kelly plays the Winnipeg Folk Festival, virtually // Roaring 2020s at Home hosted by MEMETIC // Theory at Home

  • The Hydro-impacted

    A call to action for northern Manitoba’s Indigenous communities

  • Losing traction

    When cyclists make sidewalks unsafe

  • Reproductive health not a concern for minister of health

    To the Manitoba PC government, reproduction is still a ‘women’s issue’

  • ‘Riding through the Ancient World’

    U of W classics department hosts online lectures

  • Alternate grading options for U of W students

    UWSA president applauds important move

  • Campus briefs

    Study Skills Workshops // Grades // Applications for graduation // Bursaries // Transit subsidy // Webinar Wednesdays // Reading week // Fall/Winter term courses // Student Aid // myVisit app

  • Plan 20-50 opens up to more voices

    Regional planners hope to foster collaboration over competition

  • Vaccine confronts ethics

    COVID-19 vaccine allocation raises ethical implications

  • City briefs

    June graduation deadline // The interim president's gambit // Aging policy maturation // Hone your study skills // Virtual reading with Dr. Afua Cooper // Religion, migration and landscape in Latin America

  • On agency in death and life

    The tricky conversations around Bill C-7

  • Tensions between church and skate

    Queer skate community says The Edge Skatepark’s religious ties exclude many

  • The neighbourhood that never gave up

    Book highlights the evolution and resilience of West Broadway

  • City Briefs

    ClimateWest begins work // Sharing the ToyBox // Inaugural writer-in-residence reading // Taking the road to decarbonization in architecture // Upcoming Weweni panel discussion // Black Writing in Canada speaker series: Brandon Wint

  • Whose Siloam is it?

    Social media campaign started to hold Siloam Mission accountable

  • Deserving of respect

    The state of disability support in Winnipeg

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