Professor Narumi Taniguchi has been at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) as the director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Program since she moved to Winnipeg in 2015.
Although their slogan is the all-inclusive interpellation “It’s in you to give,” Canadian Blood Services has strict criteria regarding donors. People with potential exposure to certain viruses, such as HIV, are excluded from the donation process
“Sentiment is changing.” This is how Scott Oake, co-founder of the Bruce Oake Recovery Centre, describes citizens’ reactions to the building of the new complex.
The early stage of planning is underway for the Eastern Rapid Transit Corridor, piquing the interest of stakeholders in public consultations.
Wesmen Scholarship Fund raffle // Public talk // Michel Chossudovsky at U of W // Cocktail workshops // Surgeries postponed
The current buzzword vibrating across the music scene is the term accessible. It’s mentioned in Facebook events for shows, on venue pages and used haphazardly across the industry.
Professor Michael MacKinnon first started his career at the University of Winnipeg in 2002. He started off in the Department of Anthropology and now teaches in the Department of Classics.
University of Winnipeg (U of W) students spent anywhere between $100 and $1,900 on textbooks this fall, according to Megan Linton, vice-president external affairs for the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA).
Anyone who’s ever been shushed in a library probably doesn’t associate that space with the phrase “spoken word."
The Daniel McIntyre/St. Matthews Community Association (DMSMCA) has selected Jesse Gair as their new executive director.
Students have spotted stickers featuring the phrase “It’s okay to be white” on the outskirts of the University of Winnipeg (U of W).
A pair of board game cafés have popped up to meet a growing demand for these kinds of venues in Winnipeg.
On Sept. 27, Winnipeg City Council approved the $10-million St. Boniface Tache Promenade project.
Gendering Racial Violence // Information session // Canada 150 medal reception // Classics Department's research series // Transcona library reuse options
On Oct. 5, TransCanada cancelled its $15.7 billion plans for the 4,000-kilometer proposed Energy East oil pipeline that would have transported oil from Alberta oil sands projects to supply refineries in the east.
The Wesmen women’s volleyball team might have more potential than their mid-season 1-5 record indicates.
What started as a web project in the late ’90s has since evolved into an annual vigil.
Curling clubs are weathering social changes, but many community members continue to use them for recreation, including both the sport itself and the atmosphere.
On Oct. 25, 2017, Winnipeg City Council voted 10 to five in favour of a motion to spend $3.5 million to do design and repair work at the Portage Avenue and Main Street intersection.
Six Seasons Indigenous research // Transit garage expansion project // Infill housing panel discussion // New Directions in Classics // UWinnipeg theatre students perform // Winnipeg Santa Claus Parade