A Canadian Senate committee recently recommended the termination of 70,000 grey seals in order to benefit the country’s cod fishery, raising the ire of scientists and environmentalists from coast to coast.
The University of Winnipeg’s vice-president academic - considered the most influential administrator on campus next to president Lloyd Axworthy - recently departed the university in a sudden move, leaving many unanswered questions in his wake.
What influenced the style of moustache you chose to grow for Movember?
The province’s decision to close the provincial Conservation and Environment Library is based on poor policy, critics charge.
As someone who lives with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), Russ Hilsher sees the world differently than most.
While many have praised plans to turn the St. Regis Hotel Embassy Lounge into a dry facility, others, including the bar’s regular patrons, say they are disappointed by the plan.
Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei breaks silence; Border negotiations begin between Israel, Palestinians; Canadian Mark Carney named Bank of England Governor; Man behind controversial anti-Muslim film has no regrets
Katz could be ousted like Rob Ford; Manitoba Liberal leader calls for resignation of child advocate; Whooping cough rates double in Manitoba; Winnipeggers enter federal robocall fray
A new pilot project at the University of Winnipeg Archives and Records Centre intends to revive and immortalize the stories of a defunct West End community newspaper.
City to review snow clearing complaints; Métis considered in Bipole III change; Proposal to sell city land near The Forks defeated; Manitoba ranked high in charitable giving; Police call guns-for-cameras campaign successful
Local activist Sarah Granke grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Her decision to become involved in the city’s feminist activist community was influenced greatly by her family and her studies at the University of Manitoba.
As a bike courier, Kat Hindmarsh knows Winnipeg’s infamous bike culture better than most.
Officials with Manitoba’s Sports Hall of Fame (HOF) are hoping its recent grand reopening will help with efforts to reinvigorate the East Exchange.
The search for Tanya Nepinak’s remains has been suspended for more than a month, but public debate over the issue continues to rage on both sides.
Both the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association and the University of Manitoba Students’ Union have received mandates to proceed with negotiations for a subsidized bus pass.
One-armed swings, goblet squats and the over-head press are just some of the exercises that combine cardiovascular movement, strength building and flexibility using just one kettlebell.
The Richardson College for the Environment and Science Complex has received official praise from the city for its universal incorporation of accessible design.
It began with one impassioned voice and grew into a student movement that is seeing sod replace concrete at the corner of Broadway and Portage.
Has the municipal and provincial government done enough to foster local small business development downtown and in the West End?
From the halls of the University of Winnipeg to the limestone perches of one of Winnipeg’s most storied hotels.