Unexplained phenomenon have some Manitobans questioning if we’re really the only sentient beings in the universe.
Halloween season is here, and most of the trees have dropped their leaves to show their bare skeletons. In this creepy in-betweeny time that’s not quite fall and not quite winter, we might hermit away a little more or venture out to face those things that scare us. In this issue, we’re exploring some truly scary topics.
“I like to mix neutral colours with colourful accessories.”
Part 1 of Keegan Steele's Sleepyhead
All the ghouls, ghosts and monsters are coming out as Halloween approaches, but these scary things are nothing compared to the fright of cultural appropriation.
Director, Centre for Forest Interdisciplinary Research and Professor, Geography Department
Brandon University sociology professor Dr. Christopher Schneider will be at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) on Oct. 26 to discuss his book Policing and Social Media: Social Control in an Era of New Media.
We’ve all seen the disturbing videos that show animals being abused by their handlers – but what most people don’t realize is how close to home those incidents are.
Individuals with mental health issues offered affordable places to live
Spence Neighbourhood Association (SNA) has recently opened a space for youth in the West End that is available from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and school holidays.
Trimbee talks // Community gathering // Newcomer photography // Co-op conference // Wesmen Wine & Dine
Artists find a way to enjoy the hustle
AudioOpera’s “Forever” a staff pick on Vimeo
Canadian Festival of Spoken Word comes to Winnipeg
Awarding Manitoba musicians // The Manitoba Showcase // Hilarity for Charity // Songwriting competition // Olympics of Opera
Erin Cornelius loves the house she bought five years ago, but she didn’t buy it just for her own enjoyment.
What goes into the industry we hope we never have to deal with
We’ve got some fun things in the works in the next few weeks, and we need your help.
"When you're in Winnipeg, you have to dress warm."
Because we’re all behind on schoolwork or Netflix or both