Why do you think there are virtually no openly gay athletes in professional sports?
While both conservatives and progressives agree the welfare system is broken, they cannot agree on how to fix it.
A new report by the Manitoba HIV Program (MHIVP) has shed light on an ongoing problem.
A new campaign aims to change the locker room into a safe space for gay and lesbian athletes at all levels of sports.
Obama vows to avenge Libyan ambassador’s death; Exiting euro would be “catastrophic,” says Greek prime minister; NATO airstrike kills eight women civilians in Afghanistan; Nancy Pelosi says Medicare will help Democrats win U.S. congressional elections
Province reinstates health care for refugees; Sinclair inquiry suspended - again; Katz admits buying company from Sheegl was a bad idea; Manitoba drops rates on student loans
New organizational focuses announced in State of University address; Wesmen baseball go another 100 innings; Dean of libraries moves to Edmonton; Wesmen Wrestlers champion Annual Great Rock Climb; U of W alum and grad student featured in TEDx talk
University enrollment is steadily growing, but faculty members wonder whether students actually know why they attend university.
With the sod turned on the new UNITED Health & RecPlex at the University of Winnipeg, there’s more excitement on the horizon for those interested in recreation and athletics.
“Cyclocross: An Hour in Hell.” This was the title of the YouTube video that first introduced me to the sport. Not only did I find this intriguing, but remarkably, this amped up my determination to race in my first bike race, ever: DarkCross.
What do you think of the Spence Street construction? Are you excited for the results?
Royal Albert reopening delayed; Rent control guidelines updated; Mild winter costs Hydro $6M; Pallister wins leadership, shuffles SHADOW cabinet
To Joel Bakan, corporations are the economic and social trademarks of contemporary North American society— and they’re occupying a very powerful role.
As Keith McCaskill prepares to leave his post as Chief of the Winnipeg Police Service, the time has come for citizens and officers alike— as well as McCaskill himself— to assess the top cop’s five-year legacy.
Al-Shabab presents slain enemies to local Somalis; Hong Kong scraps mandatory classes after protests; Cameron shuffles cabinet; Japan investing in new land; U.S. sanctions hurting Iranian healthcare
When his Ellice Avenue store was robbed this July, manager Jay Baik Na was alone behind the counter.
The University of Winnipeg’s UNITED Health & RecPlex sounds like a dream come true. But will it live up to its promises?
The airwaves of Winnipeg’s 92.9 KICK-FM have gone dead, but buzz around the station’s rebirth keeps getting stronger.
Eco-Kids score big with $25,000 donation; Global College gets a new acting director; U of W, Winnipeg Technical College take on computer hackers; Business faculty receives $25,000 gift; University opts out of copyright clearance service agreement
Women struggle in regular season openers; Men end weekend with disappointing 0–1–1 record