1. Stella’s Cafe & Bakery
2. Tallest Poppy
3. Deer + Almond
1. Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company
2. Oh Doughnuts
3. Tie: Sleepy Owl / A L’Epi de Blé
1. Paul Hewak (Burrito Del Rio)
2. Cory Ralke (The Tallest Poppy)
3. James Brown (The Cavern)
1. Michael Champagne
2. Honourable mentions: Devin Bray, Christina Hajjar, Madison Thomas, Mike Green, Ian Bell
1. Manish Pandey, department of economics
2. Honourable mentions: Roewan Crowe, Jim Silver, Rick Skene
1. Robert-Falcon Ouellette
2. Wab Kinew
3. Brian Bowman
1. Brett Owen
2. Brianna Ferguson
3. Tie: Carol-Ann Bohrn / Jill Groening
1. Dany Reede
2. Wanda Koop
3. Honourable mentions: Autumn Crossman-Serb, Adam Kelly, Takashi Iwasaki
1. Sadie-Phoenix Lavoie
2. Tie: Andrew Vineberg / Michael Champagne
1. Kayla Jeanson
2. Guy Maddin
3. Sonya Ballantyne
1. Jane Testar
2. Tie: Mike Green / Benji Rothman
1. James Reimer
2. Jonathan Toews
3. Honourable mentions: Desiree Scott, Mark Scheifele, Clara Hughes
1. Thomas Pashko
2. Melissa Martin
3. Honourable mentions: Miriam Toews, David Bergen, Jen Zoratti
In this issue, we took our directives from you, the readers. The Uniter 30 showcases the winners from our annual readers poll – winners chosen by you!
“My fashion … it’s all thrift store stuff.”
City council has voted to rename an administrative building in honour of Susan Thompson, Winnipeg’s first female mayor who served from 1992-98. While recognizing firsts is a valiant act, those who break barriers should be appraised based on the full scope of their contributions, good and bad.
The recent University of Manitoba Faculty Association’s (UMFA) strike pushed back against eroding job security and increasing workloads that take time away from teaching and research, bringing light to the complexity of labour relations in a university context.
With the best office on campus, Dr. Danny Blair has a great view of the year’s first snowfall. According to the geography professor, prairie winters will continue to grow shorter, warmer and wetter as climate change begins to affect our part of the world.
Students can now preserve the history of their grandparents and easily share them with friends.
The Winnipeg Repair Education and Cycling Hub (WRENCH) is revving up for its sixth annual Cycle of Giving (CoG), a 24-hour bike-building marathon held at Rossbrook House Inc. on Dec. 10-11.