Generation Green // TEDx UWinnipeg // Westland Foundation contribution // IHOP // Jane Goodall // Bike Blowout
Professor Chantal Fiola reflects on the publication of her first book.
Of the four workers unions active on the University of Winnipeg (U of W) campus right now, three have collective agreements that will end in the next few years.
Tony’s Canteen (Tony’s), found in Leatherdale Hall, officially opened for business on Wednesday, Sept. 6. Although Leatherdale Hall is new to the University of Winnipeg, Tony’s has already seen many years in the downtown campus.
Old industrial sites can be a headache for cities to deal with, but they can also an opportunity for sustainable city growth, two city councillors say.
Winnipeg’s Indian and Métis Friendship Centre (IMFC) was founded in 1958 to provide a space for urban Indigenous people to meet and form supportive communities. Within the last nine months, however, turmoil made the Centre’s future shaky.
Wi-Fi on buses // Burger Week // Psychology Colloquium // Riley Fellowship Lecture // Waterslide demolition
Free Yoga at Wecc // Ethics of Security // Zaba album release // WAG partners with Iqaluit International Airport // Queer and Present Danger returns // Amy Goodman in Winnipeg
The Manitoba New Democratic Party will elect a new leader on Sept. 16
Following calls to implement reserved hours for women and non-binary individuals at the University of Winnipeg’s fitness facilities, the university will begin a pilot program this fall.
The Best Buddies Winnipeg Chapter is looking for University of Winnipeg students to befriend people with intellectual disabilities.
Doug Williams, the department chair of psychology, and two of his undergrad students will receive an award for a recent article about how animals tell time.
A new app put out by the University of Winnipeg Security Services aims to help keep students safe.
The city will hold a forum this Friday to discuss a planned pedestrian and cycling infrastructure project that would connect Wolseley and West Alexander.
Sprawling suburbs mean Winnipeg’s inner city faces decaying roads, sidewalks and water pipes, says retired University of Winnipeg political science professor Christopher Leo.
Research grants // Dine in the Dark // Health cuts // Marathon of Sport // Hermetic Code Tour // Charter Day
Every place has a history. When people travel, they often make a point of visiting historic sites, getting to know the culture and the history of the place they are visiting.
Dr. Janis Thiessen, a history professor at the University of Winnipeg, is releasing her third book in the next few weeks. Her new book, Snacks: a Canadian Food History, takes a look at independent snack makers across Canada.
Looking to improve her English skills, Giselle de Lima Cassaro joined the Language Partner Program at the University of Winnipeg.
Winnipeg showed solidarity exists in the city on August 23rd.