Clara Buelow

  • Local News Briefs

    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

  • Campus News Briefs

    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

  • Campus News Briefs

    New business and economics dean; UWSA VP visits San Francisco to learn about climate change; Moulaison named dean of arts ; University introduces master of arts in environmental economics; Storytime at Gallery 1C03

  • Back to basics

    In cities and towns across North America, the farmers’ market is experiencing a renaissance moment.

  • Campus News Briefs

    U of W introduces Youth in Care tuition waiver; Dr. James Currie named new Dean of Science; Canada awards and renews research chairs; Alumni association calls for nominations

  • Campus News Briefs

    Wesmen players, coach clean up awards; U of W alumni and a Pulitzer-winning play at MTC; SOMA Café moving; U of W finance and economics students set high standard; Inaugural bursary awarded

  • Campus News Briefs

    University reaffirms sustainability commitment; UWSA launching campus community art project; Lights, camera… submissions!; Wesmen throw garage sale; Athletic Scholarship fund

  • Campus News Briefs

    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

  • UWSA Bike Lab open

    After three years of planning, the volunteer-run University of Winnipeg Students’ Association Bike Lab is off to the races after opening its doors to the public on Oct. 21.

  • Promoting hope and raising awareness

    Stan Rossowski is a busy man.

  • Sharing fruit and promoting healthy living

    It turns out you can share your fruit and eat it too.