Join the social justice movement
Road project to connect Winnipeg to remote communities defunct
Cyclist safety and transportation infrastructure in Winnipeg
Freaky fitness // Free environmental conference // Autumn convocation // University address // New habitats // Learn about refugees
Paddle Your Own Paddleboard: My Attempt at the Solo Vacation
Photo Essay by Callie Morris
Video - Gabrielle Funk creates a commission piece
Streaming video is the future of home entertainment, but it’s also not always easy to be a streaming customer in Canada.
Will society collapse if people go barefoot in public? Probably.
As technology improves, great photography becomes more accessible. When a sizable chunk of the population carries a camera around in their pockets, what makes a professional photographer special?
Nobody in their right mind would call me cultured.
How to navigate fast-moving meme culture
Made By You // Noah Derksen comes home // UWpg Film Festival // Being Greene // Holistic Living Expo
The Uniter staff cat-bombs you with cute cat photos of our cats
Whomping Willows bring quidditch to life
This spring, we tried an online-only version of The Uniter for reading week. This fall, we got a second reading week, and so we’re continuing on with this tradition.
“My style is relaxed.”
Paul Hewak explains how to survive love.
Dr. Lloyd Kornelsen’s first career was carpentry, which he practiced for a decade after high school. This year, he returned to that practice, built a sauna at the lake and found some interesting parallels between physical and intellectual labour.
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.