“We are going to attempt to have the biggest event ever around bullying prevention,” states Sangeetha Nair, co-founder of Hateless, an anti-bullying event set to take place at 12:30 pm on Saturday, November 16 at the Park Theatre.
The Global Justice Film Festival (GJFF), held on November 1 and 2 at the University of Winnipeg, features a multitude of films – both national and international – including the premiere of a local film from a Winnipeg director.
It’s a good idea to keep your Halloween costume in wearable condition for more than one night, especially if your plans include attending the Central Canada Comic Con (C4) this weekend.
Movember has arrived and there are many good reasons to participate: first and obviously foremost, it’s for a good cause.
The relationship between healthy living and technology is “a-changing”, as Bob Dylan might put it.
By the year 2047, the coldest yearly temperatures may be warmer than the hottest yearly temperatures we experience now - according to a recent report released in the online journal Nature.
There’s a rosy picture painted on the PowerSmart building at Portage and St. James, but it may not tell the whole story of the impact of hydroelectric power development – despite it being a renewable energy industry.
Don’t miss out on An Evening with Joseph Boyden and Katherena Vermette this Friday, October 18 at the Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain on 340 Provencher Blvd.
The Green Action Centre is a Winnipeg-based registered non-profit, non-governmental organization that works to champion green living.
This year the province of Manitoba is putting 10.5 million dollars into the MB Bursary Loan Remission Program, which will go towards reducing the loans of 3,700 students.
Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR) Winnipeg is asking for sweater donations to send all the way to Syrian refugees who reside in the ever-expanding Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan.
Monday, October 7 marked the 250 year anniversary of the Royal Proclamation of 1763, and the Idle No More movement stepped back into the public consciousness with a day of action to commemorate the historical event with gatherings all across Canada and around the world.
China’s announcement that, beginning in November of this year, forced organ harvesting will begin disappearing from the country is “no cause for celebration”, according to Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH).
Green space: unnatural nature. Serving the purpose of efficiency, urban planning and design allow dense populations to access everything they need, or need to do, in a timely fashion – the city. The way it looks correlates to the way its infrastructure gets organized around its most vigorous economic activity – the cityscape.
One of the largest, if not the largest green space in Winnipeg is being threatened by a new development. The Parker Wetlands between McGillivray Boulevard and Pembina Highway have been chosen as the route for the second line of rapid transit to be built once the city secures funding.
From Portage and Main to Salisbury House and Guy Maddin, Winnipeg has many iconic people and places - and Iconnipeg aims to capture that essence.
The city of Winnipeg has recently been trying to improve its relationship with local cyclists – a passionate bunch to say the least. The Uniter sat down with some this week to get the scoop on the positives and negatives of cycling in the city.
There are many opponents of Manitoba Hydro’s controversial Bipole III transmission line project, a 1300 km right-of-way that would run from Gillam towards The Pas and then down the west side of Lake Manitoba and back to Winnipeg.
On September 13, Bill 18, an anti-bullying legislation also known as the Public Schools Amendment Act, was passed in Manitoba Parliament.
The University of Winnipeg Students Association is encouraging the University of Winnipeg to develop an ethical partnership policy in light of the cancellation of the Enbridge Eco-Kids program.