Ethan Cabel

  • The 2012 Uniter 30

    What does it take to create change? What does excellence look like?

  • U of W loses vice-president academic in sudden departure

    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.

  • International News Briefs

    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

  • Local News Briefs

    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

  • Kapyong Barracks a sign of government negligence

    The vacant Kapyong Barracks site at the intersection of Grant Avenue and Kenaston Boulevard has been a source of civic disdain for years.

  • International News Briefs

    Hurricane Sandy ravages America’s East Coast; Former Gaddafi stronghold shelled by government militiamen; Former BBC governor speaks out about alleged pedophile Jimmy Savile; Somali general killed by Al-Qaeda affiliated group

  • Why Devon Clunis’s faith matters - and why it doesn’t

    As a Canadian political observer, I’ve become fascinated by the bizarre relationship many Canadian secularists have with faith and public life.

  • What do you think of recent business development in the Exchange District?

    What do you think of recent business development in the Exchange District? Are you excited about what is happening in the area?

  • Fox and Fiddle brings new life to the Exchange

    The most recent player in the Exchange District’s ongoing business resurgence comes from an unlikely place.

  • Wesmen Briefs

    Women’s soccer wrap up regular season; Men’s soccer win final home match

  • Wesmen Briefs

    Men’s basketball lose on the road in pre-season; Men’s soccer comes away with two tie games on the road

  • Nikos Salingaros: Biology, the city and responsible design

    Since the early 20th century, cities around the world have been moving largely - and steadfastly - in the wrong direction.

  • Portage Place marks 25th anniversary

    On Sept. 17, 1987, Portage Place Shopping Centre - a $300 million retail, office and residential development meant to revitalize the north face of Portage Avenue - opened to thousands of frenzied customers in downtown Winnipeg.

  • Wesmen Briefs

    Wesmen women add to losing record; Wesmen men come away with a tie, a loss in homestand

  • Global College changes hands

    After six years of service, former principal Marilou McPhedran has left the University of Winnipeg’s Global College, leaving the organization in a state of flux.

  • Social democracy spreading across Canada

    Even after visiting the site of a massive oil sands project in Alberta, and changing his tone marginally in order to emphasize environmental ramifications, it seems the Western premiers and most Canadian media are unanimous in viewing NDP leader Thomas Mulcair’s position on the oil sands as his first significant gaffe since taking the official Opposition leadership reigns.

  • Wesmen Briefs

    Women’s soccer team “schooled” by B.C.; Men’s soccer team shut out twice by Alberta; Women’s volleyball come out 4-1 after 5-game tournament

  • The future of print journalism

    How do you feel about the future of print journalism given the recent Winnipeg Free Press layoffs?

  • Winnipeg Free Press faces major layoffs

    In a surprise move last week, Manitoba’s largest print media organization laid off seven editorial staff members, causing many to question the viability of print journalism in Winnipeg.

  • International News Briefs

    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

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