The federal Conservative government has introduced a series of initiatives dedicated to constructing a Canadian national identity based on the British monarchy and war according to Queen’s University professor Ian McKay.
Compensation mulled for Brandon U students; Krykewich named coach of the year; North West CEO awarded Duff Roblin Award; UW to play host for elite wrestling camp
A site famously raided by police during the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike will soon be one of the only city buildings to have received official historic designation from all three levels of government.
“Being a philosopher is a lot like being in the NHL,” quips Joseph Heath, public intellectual and philosophy professor at the University of Toronto. “You just can’t believe you’re getting paid so much for such a fantastic job.”
Judge apologizes for insensitive comments in sexual assault case; The end of legions?; Less traffic enforcement leads to fewer deaths; Man pleads guilty to the death of aboriginal artist; Provincial laws have no grounds: First Nations chief
Is the Conservative Party of Canada changing the country’s national character? In what ways?
The West wanted in. They got in. And they kicked some ass.
Many Manitoba environmental organizations are being driven to a dismal state because of half a million dollars in funding cuts to the Canadian Environmental Network (RCEN), a federal organization.
On Nov. 8, The Uniter interviewed former Liberal leader and key contributor in the 2008 coalition crisis, Stephane Dion, after he spoke about democratic reform at the University of Winnipeg’s Convocation Hall.
The City of Winnipeg’s proposed Transportation Master Plan lays out progressive goals, but not everyone is sure it can deliver the efficient and sustainable transportation system it says Winnipeg needs.
Greece announces new interim leader; IEA report on climate change points to bleak future; New Iraq insurgency feared; Death toll rises in Syria
The University of Winnipeg has lost the founding dean of its business program.
Liberals refuse to vote on unilingual auditor-general; Greek PM calls off referendum, gains opposition support; Tibetan nun sets herself aflame; Palestine wins, everyone else loses; Political unrest in Zimbabwe
Truth and Reconciliation scholarships awarded; U of W Soccer scores with Athletes of the Month ; Pirates, noses, romance and the start of the U of W theatre season; U of W and U of M partner up as members of the NCAIS
Osborne Bridge renos more than structural; Waste dumped into Red; Appeal for rape case wanted; Province, city to discuss rapid transit; Police chief explains homicides
Torture, imprisonment and death sentences were amongst the tribulations Ali Saeed and other members of the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Party (EPRP) endured when living in Ethiopia.
The recent suicide of openly gay Ottawa teen Jamie Hubley, and a subsequent memorial video released by members of the Conservative government, has created a firestorm of controversy around the issue of homophobic bullying.
In light of the Neepawa Natives hazing incident, the psychological effects of victimizing and team building are being called into question.
Students filled the University of Winnipeg’s Convocation Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 8, to hear Stephane Dion, the former leader of the Liberal Party of Canada and member of parliament for St. Laurent-Cartierville, deliver an impassioned speech on democratic reform.
As a little-discussed but wide-ranging trade deal with Europe nears completion, opponents are stepping up their campaign to warn Canadians about the range of local policy-making options their federal and provincial governments might sign away behind closed doors.