James Doroshuk

Volunteer Staff  

  • Big issues in Small Things

    Daniel MacIvor, renowned playwright and actor, is bringing his talents back to Winnipeg with his latest play Small Things, which sees its world premiere at the Prairie Theatre Exchange (PTE) on October 16. 

  • From combines to CDs

    From early on in her life, Janelle Nadeau knew exactly what she wanted to do.

  • Rocking the boat by rocking the vote

    The downward trend of voter turnout across all demographics in Canada is well-documented and is especially true of Indigenous populations. Aboriginal peoples historically have lower voting rates than non-Aboriginals for a variety of reasons, but Sylvia Boudreau’s aim is to change that.

  • Catching up with student president Rorie Mcleod Arnould

    The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) is buzzing with upcoming activities and initiatives designed to make campus a brighter, friendlier place, while maintaining its core directive of being a strong advocate for the student body.

  • Print resurrection

    For several years, newspaper circulation in Canada has been declining. Increasing competition for advertising revenue combined with new mobile platforms and websites have caused print newspapers to reduce staff and diminish print schedules.

  • FemFest a fine start to hectic theatre season at U of W

    Tim Babcock, chair of the University of Winnipeg’s theatre and film department, can’t hide his enthusiasm about the upcoming school year.

  • Policing through PR

    While accusations of racism were directed towards the Ferguson Police Department following the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MI, here at home questions of discrimination in the Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) still exist.