Previously described as a pop/rock/folk band, The Treble is set to release their debut album Modernaires on Feb. 10 with a markedly different sound than their earlier music.
With easier access to information about health and wellness online, plant-based medicine is becoming more popular. Consumers who may have been curious about the benefits of plants can now find research, local greenhouses and helpful people to guide them in their search.
YouTube Party // Here’s My Canada // Flashback Film Fest // Randy Bachman documentary // Best original song in film
André Lewis is a spontaneous kind of guy. The artistic director of Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet (RWB) has been with the company for more than 40 years, but he says he may never have wound up with them if not for a fluke.
It’s not always easy being green, but several Winnipeg organizations are working to make environmental initiatives more accessible across the board.
Culture can mean art, but it also includes beliefs, ways of life, patterns of thinking and all the behaviours specific to a smaller or larger group. But let’s leave the defining to the dictionary - why are we so focused on covering culture at The Uniter?
Starting conversations doesn’t end discrimination
Treat social media as a public funeral, not a news ticker
Although Dr. Hans Werner never practiced as an engineer, he still wears the iron ring he received upon completing an engineering degree at University of Manitoba.
Upstander Education seminar aims to educate on assault prevention
Over 30 organizations will come together for the 11th annual Social Justice Fair.
Enjoy a night of food and entertainment at the city’s cultural hub put together by fellow students.
Opening up dialogue about Winnipeg’s rapid transit expansion
More than 15,000 members of Winnipeg’s population are feeling the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a type of depression linked to seasonal changes. As of last January, there are more resources in the city to help.
Polar bear dive // Biomass research project // Indoor rowing championship // In the greenhouse // Sizeism sucks // Memory and test-taking stategies
Male ‘period-phobia’: the oldest joke in the book
3Peat is living proof that lyricism is still a driving force in hip-hop music. While 2016 may have given us Desiigner and Lil Yachty — and the indecipherable babble of “mumble rap” — Winnipeg's latest crew is sticking to the fundamentals.
Financial advice from freelancers Cait Flanders and Carrie Smith
Jean Chatzky’s weekly 30-minute podcast makes financial advice accessible.
100 NONS paired five French-speaking musicians with five musicians who have some background with the language, but who are not fluent, to write songs together.