Persons with disabilities often face a lack of accommodation, support and funding, as well as experiencing widespread bullying and exclusion, according to the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
Alok Vaid-Menon is a gender non-conforming performance artist, writer, educator and entertainer, and they’re coming to Winnipeg on March 14 as part of The Uniter Speaker Series.
As the sun sets over Winnipeg’s North End, a group of people gather at the Ndinawe Youth Resource Centre. They are preparing to spend the next few hours patrolling the streets and back lanes, by foot and with the aid of a mobile unit.
Dizzy Mystics is a local rock-inspired band with funk, jazz, folk and ’70s metal influences.
Cory Sulyma, one-half of local folk duo Two Crows For Comfort, shies away from categorizing the band’s music
Their name might suggest otherwise, but the Giant Skellies are anything but bare bones
Singer-songwriter Taylor Janzen is a self-proclaimed Julien Baker Evangelist, crediting the artist with inspiring her to open up emotionally within her own writing.
Pop-punk trio The 1221 take being close with your bandmates to a whole new level.
For this year’s Uniter Fiver, we switched up the order of things a bit and had readers vote on the grand winner of the top five rather than all of the submissions.
On Jan. 30, 2018, Clayton Thomas-Müller shared stories and visuals as part of his larger project, Life in the City of Dirty Water, on stage at the West End Cultural Centre.
Discrimination against a person’s weight or size, also known as sizeism, is an issue that affects many people in their day-to-day lives.
The reasons why people collect things are as unique as the collectors themselves.
Clayton Thomas-Müller is delivering his transmedia presentation, Life in the City of Dirty Water at the West End Cultural Centre on Jan. 30.
Stigma surrounding taking medication for mental health and mental illnesses, as well as stigma around mental health in general, has decreased in recent years. This shows through both sociological and medical points of view.
Winnipeg exists in an odd cultural space; we’re self-deprecating but have fierce hometown pride.
In tallying the votes for this issue, one of the greatest joys and greatest challenges is going through all the reader submissions
1. Natasha O’Reilly
Honourable mentions: Andrew Harris, Jonathan Toews
1. Skating The Forks river trail
2. Walking (yes, just walking in general)
3. TIE: Festival du Voyageur, sleeping, drinking, tobogganing
1. The Forks
2. The Good Will Social Club
3. Old Market Square
1. Suzanne Gessler, The Pennyloaf Bakery
2. Amanda Kinden, Oh Doughnuts
3. Jenna Rae, Jenna Rae Cakes