Paul Carruthers

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  • Endlessly failing upward

    “How are you going to deal with the expected attrition and align everyone on a shared vision?”

  • Yeezus Christ, make it stop

    Wake up, Mr. West. Please.

  • The Uniter Speaker Series presents Ryan Beardy

    On Thursday, Nov. 10, local activist and mentor Ryan Beardy will be our featured speaker, discussing issues of colonization and Indigenous men.

  • Blue spotlight on the drug-supply crisis

    In Winnipeg’s inner city, and places like Tim Hortons, blue lights in public washrooms are becoming commonplace.

  • Honourable abuse

    No Canadian senator has even been stripped of their “honourable” title in history.

  • On the rise of online scams

    Pyramid schemes, grifting and scams have been ingrained into our economy, culture and social imaginary far longer than dial-up.

  • A city in decline

    A recent report by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) shows that the City of Winnipeg’s wage decline is causing drastic service cuts, resulting in a risk of further decline and the most extreme strike action by City workers since 1919.

  • Police services aren’t corporations

    Recent inquiries into the actions of the RCMP in high-profile cases over the last few years, including the 2020 killing of 22 people in Nova Scotia and the multiple stabbing attacks in Saskatchewan in recent weeks, have put discussions regarding RCMP responses, and police reform and transparency, at the forefront of many Canadians’ minds.

  • A royal cancellation

    Queen Elizabeth II’s recent death and the appointment of King Charles III seems to have had a psychological and symbolic effect on many Canadians.