Report on fire stations seeks budget increase; Pension battle taken to Supreme Court; Katz celebrates public-private partnerships; Phoenix inquiry to resume; Tories pitch income tax cut
Protests from parents and staff at the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association Daycare have effectively cancelled a bus loop planned for Furby Place, forcing university administration to begin consultations for alternative routes.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s foreign policy record and trajectory are repugnant, according to author and activist Yves Engler.
Independence vote coming to Scotland; Anti-corruption activism resumes; Video shows police burning, razing and looting; Russian leader allegedly discussed mass disorder
Native women’s summit criticized; Two inner-city grocery stores announce closure; Fifth arrest in Bruce homicide; Katz sells company back to Sheegl; Zoo to house endangered horses
What do you think of recent business development in the Exchange District? Are you excited about what is happening in the area?
The most recent player in the Exchange District’s ongoing business resurgence comes from an unlikely place.
As another wave of job cuts strike Winnipeg’s print media landscape - this time hitting the Winnipeg Free Press-owned Uptown Magazine - one local entrepreneur has his sights set on the virtual gap being left behind.
Despite fears and objections from experts and the federal opposition, the Manitoba NDP is moving towards integration with China - just like their federal Conservative counterparts.
Proposed legislative changes in the federal government’s omnibus budget bill will strip away protections from the majority of Canada’s waterbodies, environmentalists say.
Revisiting Rooster Town; Richardson College wins accessibility award; Ida Albo honoured; Arctic discussions come to U of W
Women’s soccer wrap up regular season; Men’s soccer win final home match
Amid controversy over a possible name change, the Wesmen volleyball teams prepare for a new season.
As 20-somethings and university students are well aware, caffeine is the beez-neez.
You have probably marveled at the dance/fight acrobatics of capoeira before, either as featured in ‘90s rebel-high school-redemption flick Only the Strong and Vincent Cassel’s brilliant laser evasion scene in Ocean’s Twelve or, most likely, at the most bedazzling annual cultural performance in Winnipeg each year, the Brazilian Folklorama pavilion.
Given the recent funding cut to the Environmental Lakes Area, what do you think of Conservative cuts to environmental research?
Pilar joins university; Helping teachers create LGBTQ-safe schools; U of W to address isotope shortage; Faculty and staff to be awarded at convocation
Director faces prison for violating probation; Strikes create economic turmoil; Taliban shoots youth activist; Constitution draft limits human rights; Abuse, torture reports alarming, Amnesty says
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.