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Voter turnout remained flat in this year’s University of Winnipeg Students’ Association general election, as 1,396 students showed up to mark a ballot.
Fultz, a fourth year international development and human rights student at the University of Winnipeg, brings a breadth of experience to the presidency, having served as a volunteer for the UWSA as well as a director on its board of directors.
The University of Winnipeg has announced plans to phase out its Faculty of Theology in an effort to curb costs.
With its scattered mix of familiar watering holes, charming dive bars and nightclubs, downtown Winnipeg is a favourite entertainment destination for adults across the city.
A city report has reignited debate between social advocates, city councillors and federal politicians about the future of two overlapping examples of Winnipeg at its aesthetic worst - the Arlington Street Bridge and the Canadian Pacific Railway yards.
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When the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) vice president internal Andree Forest presents the organization’s budget at its Annual General Meeting later this month, she will do so with the knowledge that big changes are just over the horizon.
Call it snake eyes - this year’s University of Winnipeg Students’ Association election will see the organization’s presidency go uncontested, while the rest of the electoral slate only features a single incumbent.
Negotiations with transit have revealed a $3.5 million funding gap in the students unions’ U-Pass proposal. How would you like to see that gap addressed?
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Despite the Province of Manitoba’s statement last month that it was not considering an expansion of the city’s photo radar program, the Winnipeg Police Service insists it’s keeping the issue on the table.
An issue that has long galvanized young downtown residents is being taken up by another source.
Student groups at the University of Winnipeg and Manitoba are scrounging for sponsorships to help make up a $3.5 million shortfall needed to create a universal bus pass.
Pretzel-crunching, mayonnaise-slathering Canadians could soon have one less excuse for maintaining their salt-savouring ways - at least if one federal MP gets her way.
Hampered by injury, the University of Winnipeg men’s basketball team returned home from their first foray into the Canada West final four last weekend with bronze medals around their necks.
Late last month, the University of Winnipeg announced that the Duckworth Centre gym will be named after Dr. David Anderson, former director of physical education and recreation at the school, in conjunction with a $400,000 donation made by his family to the university.
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