Nancy - “My fashion is a fusion of a Canadian, European and African melting pot.”
What buying an ugly carrot has to do with world hunger
The fight for $15 is a fight for fairness
Winnipeg project hopes to spur a larger campaign
Film festival encourages dialogue on racism and human rights
Dr. Conor Whatley - Assistance professor, Department of Classics
U of W hosts dialogue on policing in multicultural communities
Expanded course evaluations could be offered at U of W
Blood donations // Breakfast delivery // Kinew comment // Animal rights lecture // Vote compass // Welcome Place overflow
Health and fitness: the angel and devil on your shoulder
The ins and outs of DIY food
Written by Steven Ratzlaff and directed by Emma Tibaldo and Ian Ross
Plays at The Rachel Browne Theatre until March 20
Four bands battle for a chance to go to Germany
Four women, four businesses without storefronts
Wood Land School // Winnipeg French Cinema Festival // Doodle After Dark // Unlimited cupcakes // Indigenous Men and Masculinities // Butterfly
Ro Walker Mills radiates optimism. The 26-year-old hip hop artist and LGBT* advocate’s Riverview home is a reflection of his personality: full of hope and positivity.
Smart Cards due to replace paper tickets in June
We’ve had spring for a week now, so naturally, conversation in The Uniter offices has turned to the topic of fall.
A feel-good comic about two unnamed characters and their delightful journeys through universally hilarious themes like hatred, misery, uncontrollable rage, disease and rash, delusion, agoraphobia, paranoia, jealousy, greed, bitterness, binge eating, slothfulness, and death, lots and lots of death; also, deformity, flatulence, boogers, nosebleeds, bowel movements, and the eating of unappetizing things.
Un-Supermarket follows the whimsical ups and downs of three jaded cashiers at their local grocery store. Ever wonder what your average retail worker is really thinking? This dark comedy shines a light on some of the attitudes and truths associated with the industry. Though at times cynical, the characters have a sense of humour about their positions and the situations they face on a day to day basis. After all, cashiering is a monotonous job, sometimes you just have to make a joke and not take yourself so seriously... The main characters Val, Rick, and Tish sure don't!