Harvest raises record $314K at auction; Papa George’s serves final meal; City mulls cancelling Shindico contracts; NHL lockout takes its toll on city’s downtown
It’s a plan in its infant stages, but one that has outraged both students and athletes.
When he came to Canada to study, Adnan Farooq never imagined a bureaucratic snafu would lead to him being handcuffed, strip-searched and subsequently detained for more than two days in jail, sharing a cell with a man who told him he had “butchered” a person with a machete.
Canada’s environment is taking a backseat to the pursuit of economic prosperity built around the country’s tar sands, a founding director of the Experimental Lakes Area says.
We are currently planning the 2012 edition and we want your input.
Men’s basketball lose on the road in pre-season; Men’s soccer comes away with two tie games on the road
Since the early 20th century, cities around the world have been moving largely - and steadfastly - in the wrong direction.
On Sept. 17, 1987, Portage Place Shopping Centre - a $300 million retail, office and residential development meant to revitalize the north face of Portage Avenue - opened to thousands of frenzied customers in downtown Winnipeg.
A local emergency shelter for women and children escaping domestic abuse sits in limbo as it awaits the results of a provincial review that could determine the future of its funding.
Unions representing transit workers in Winnipeg are calling for the development of a transit police system, but municipal budget pressures are preventing its development.
The inability to lift your own body weight is embarrassing, even crushingly so, without an audience. You can imagine then, my reaction to the suggestion of trying out an aerial fabrics class during Culture Days.
While it’s virtually impossible to miss the massive CentrePoint construction project currently in the works at the corner of Donald Street and Portage Avenue, Winnipeggers may be unaware just how many other changes are also taking place down the street.
It’s been 20 years since Ken Mumford was diagnosed with HIV, but Sept. 23 was the first time he found himself among hundreds as part of the 2012 AIDS Walk for Life downtown.
Manitoba’s deficit nears $1B; Chief of staff nets six-figure severance; Liberation therapy comes to Winnipeg; More legal aid lawyers needed
Gay therapy tossed in ‘dustbin of quackery’; Greek recession continues; Eurozone unemployment rises; Japan passes piracy laws
Student associations at several Winnipeg universities are aggressively pursuing the possible creation of an annual transit pass.
The move from a small conference to the CIS this season has the Wesmen soccer teams feeling some growing pains.
Chartrand to receive honorary doctorate; Wong elected to scientific body; U of W receives $500K for residential school research
Wesmen women add to losing record; Wesmen men come away with a tie, a loss in homestand
After six years of service, former principal Marilou McPhedran has left the University of Winnipeg’s Global College, leaving the organization in a state of flux.