The University of Winnipeg will offer new gym hours exclusively for females and non-binary persons beginning next September.
Starting conversations doesn’t end discrimination
Treat social media as a public funeral, not a news ticker
Responsibility lies with everyone when considering newcomer policies
Process aims to strike a balance between oversight and expediency
Many barriers keep women out of the music scene
Critics of return on investment should focus on workers’ rights
Reclaiming the G-word
The City of Winnipeg needs to ramp up its corporate sponsorship program, according to a business plan prepared by the chief administrator’s office.
City council has voted to rename an administrative building in honour of Susan Thompson, Winnipeg’s first female mayor who served from 1992-98. While recognizing firsts is a valiant act, those who break barriers should be appraised based on the full scope of their contributions, good and bad.
The recent University of Manitoba Faculty Association’s (UMFA) strike pushed back against eroding job security and increasing workloads that take time away from teaching and research, bringing light to the complexity of labour relations in a university context.
With all the deaths at the Winnipeg Remand Centre, the public may feel like it’s time for some good news coming from provincial jails in Manitoba. Well, sorry to disappoint.
Students often receive elementary and high school instruction on Indigenous issues that makes it seem as though colonialism is a thing of the past. But due to cultural events, and prompted by the news, many students become more aware by the time they enter university.
The changing institution is a public space worth holding on to
Mental health care is more complicated than just getting out into nature
With a rumoured lift of Manitoba’s tuition cap, the Progressive Conservative government taught the New Democratic Party a costly lesson in governance.
All the ghouls, ghosts and monsters are coming out as Halloween approaches, but these scary things are nothing compared to the fright of cultural appropriation.
Because we’re all behind on schoolwork or Netflix or both
Interactions between the two vehicles not well planned out in Winnipeg
The City of Winnipeg will take proactive steps to prepare for self-driving vehicles, but there are many reasons to question how great this technology really is.