• We need to talk about Modi

    Foreigner affairs

  • 2020, meet the Uniter 30

    Every year around this time, The Uniter releases the results of our annual readers’ poll, the Uniter 30. Every year, we ask our readers to vote for their favourite people, places and things of that year.

  • Mother of Goo

    Go f*** yourself. I love you

  • Photo realism

    Stock images. They are one of the most boring and least glamorous aspects of making a newspaper. 

  • In other words

    Rethinking how we talk about sexual violence

  • Reading in Colour

    Visibility matters

  • Listen up, leaders

    In Manitoba, this week has seen growing calls for Premier Brian Pallister and Health Minister Cameron Friesen to resign over their disastrous mismanagement of COVID-19.

  • Winnipeg needs to protect sex workers

    Sex work is real work

  • It’s time for Pallister to ‘grow up’

    Provincial government must take responsibility for rising COVID-19 cases

  • What to expect when you’re expecting to be hospitalized

    Life on the borderline

  • I’m a Trebekkie

    This week marks two significant dates regarding iconic Canadian broadcasters.

  • The neighbours are having a coup

    At the time of this writing, the ballots in the US presidential election are still being counted.

  • Silver linings

    As someone who rarely leaves the house these days, going for a COVID test felt like the biggest adventure I’d taken in months. 

  • Strife of Brian

    Since Brian Pallister’s election in 2016, The Uniter has been examining how the premier’s approach to healthcare and drug policy has wreaked havoc on all Manitobans, especially those who use drugs.

  • Asking for Help

    Even if many people find it difficult to ask for help, one silver lining of this difficult moment is that people and organizations are making it easier to find help when you’re ready to ask.

  • Autumn and cops

    It’s officially autumn in Manitoba. As the season changes, can we expect a change in atmosphere? Are governments listening to the popular calls for radical changes to law enforcement? Can we expect concrete policy change?

  • Adaptation

    One of the most puzzling quandaries of making a newspaper during COVID-19 is trying to figure out how much to actually talk about the pandemic

  • A very new year

    The beginning of a new school year is often an opportunity to reflect on change.

  • My identity does not need your approval

    Most days, I don’t even know who I am. Similar to the way that people sometimes Google themselves, I often review my Facebook timeline. Who am I? What qualities do I present? Are my political memes dank enough?

  • Let her speak

    With most professional and amateur sports leagues around the world on hiatus amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the Olympics postponed until 2021, it can seem like sports have been reduced to reruns, along with the “see 10, do 10” push-up chain and toilet paper challenge attempts athletes post on Instagram.

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