The University of Winnipeg Wesmen women's soccer team closed out their 2018 campaign with a narrow loss to the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on Oct. 20.
Campus community radio stations remain a staple in local broadcasting in Winnipeg.
Many facets of cannabis legalization have been thoroughly explored, but less attention has been paid to the businesses that are integral to the industry and existed long before even medical cannabis was legal: smoke and head shops.
The City’s Animal Services Agency’s (ASA) new Doggie Dates program is starting off strong.
Beginner fitness training for women and non-binary individuals // Halloween with the Bat Prof // Bear Clan Patrol gets its own den // Grand opening of RaY Level UP Gift & Thrift // Socktober // Ethics of politics
In the fall of 2017, the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) recreation services undertook a pilot project in partnership with the UW Students' Association (UWSA) that saw reserved gym hours for women and non-binary people.
The University of Winnipeg (U of W) is taking steps beyond the installation of the biomass furnace heating system with some new ideas and some continuing efforts for sustainability on campus.
Screening of Paywall: The Business of Scholarship // Community clothing swap // MEDIA INDIGENA live // Stranger Things halloween party // Exchange District Ghost Walk // United Way dodgeball match
Winnipeg’s municipal election on Oct. 24 is being ushered in with a huge roster of mayoral and councillor candidates, many with dense and complex platforms or with no clear summary of their positions at all. This can be a lot for voters to take in, especially with many new faces in the race.
October is here, which means Halloween is just around the corner.
Students may have noticed the new campus Wi-Fi password, MarshaHanenWay1819. Rather than being just another network password, this one shares a name with the short stretch of Spence Street that runs through University of Winnipeg (U of W) property - the newly named Marsha Hanen Way.
In response to rising concern that the True North Square (TNS) project, one of the largest property development projects in the history of Winnipeg’s downtown, doesn’t include an affordable housing component (despite being subsidized by the municipal and provincial governments), the City of Winnipeg has now included an amendment that attempts to address the issue.
Residents in Point Douglas are reeling as the revelation of a decade-old lead contamination report came to light on Sept. 13.
Climate change conversation // Got Citizenship? Go Vote! — mayoral forum // Make Poverty History // Don’s Photo fall walk // Red Ribbon Walk for MMIWG2S // Natural Cycleworks end of season sale
Recent graduates can sometimes have a hard time finding a place to work that supports them financially and contributes to a career in writing.
Weed will officially be legalized in Canada on Oct. 17, 2018. However, the Cannabis/Marijuana section of the University of Winnipeg Campus Living Contract sets restrictions that make it difficult for students - especially those living in residence - to consume cannabis products
The Winnipeg Wesmen women's soccer team came close to but couldn't clinch their first win of the regular season this past weekend.
For Tyson Sylvester and Amy Hampton, who both have cerebral palsy (CP), two years of work fighting for their rights to the support systems necessary for them to participate in society are on the brink of paying off.
On Sept. 29, Manitobans will gather outside of the Legislative Building for the third-annual March for Mental Health, an event which seeks “to celebrate the community and increase awareness around mental health and mental illness in our community,” Angela Taylor says.
UWinnipeg team raising money // Mental Illness Awareness Week // Nonsuch Nuit Blanche Celebration // Language partner program needs volunteers // West Awake