Tessa Adamski

City editor  

  • Preventing burnout among students

    In the 2022 Canadian Student Wellbeing Survey, 53 per cent of students attending post-secondary education reported feeling stressed while balancing school commitments, jobs, extracurricular activities and their health and wellbeing.

  • City briefs

    Rapid Access to Addiction Medicine (RAAM) clinic// Local Black History Month events// Carbon Tax Relief Fund cheques// Community tree-planting program// McLaren Hotel transforms// Sexual-assault nurse examiner program expands

  • City briefs

    Pet fosters needed// Lions Place residents protest pending sale// Don't let it go to waste// Fast-track recruitment plan for doctors// Clean Slate Program funding// Mobile drug testing

  • City briefs

    Volunteer at Festival du Voyageur// CF Polo Park development plan// Millennium Library to reopen Monday// Provincial campaign to end school absenteeism// Affordable Indigenous housing coming to Young Street// First Nation-led feasibility study expected in March

  • City briefs

    Budget shortfalls// Winnipeg Transit fares increase// Use of solar energy in Winnipeg// Petition to ban horse slaughter// Brady Road landfill reopened// Progress on National Inquiry into MMIWG action plan

  • City briefs

    Treaty knowledge centre opens at The Forks// Record numbers for pedestrian fatalities// De-escalating violent situations workshop// Initiative to increase campus safety and awareness// First Nation-led committee to study feasibility of landfill search// Freedom Convoy reunion confusion

  • City briefs

    Treaty knowledge centre opens at The Forks// Record numbers for pedestrian fatalities// De-escalating violent situations workshop// Initiative to increase campus safety and awareness// First Nation-led committee to study feasibility of landfill search// Freedom Convoy reunion confusion

  • City briefs

    Winnipeg budget deficits// City encampments on fire// Toy drive for Ukrainian refugees// NDP holds healthcare rally// New bill on liquor sales and cannabis tax// Flaws in Transit Plus system

  • Favourite local visual artist

    1. J.D. Renaud

    2. Hanna Reimer

    3. Adelle Rawluk

  • Favourite local dancer

    1. Ella Steele
    2. Dancing Gabe
    3. Carol-Ann Bohrn / Jillian Groening (tie)

  • City briefs

    A blue day for the Bombers// The Leaf expected to open this season// $25,000 awarded to N.E.E.D.S Inc.// $2.5 million for Building Business grant// Youth for Christ’s The Edge restricts 2SLGBTQ+ members

  • City briefs

    Blue Bombers advance to Grey Cup// Funding for new childcare spaces// Call for another mask mandate// National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation// Need for increased safety measures for Winnipeg Transit drivers// Plan to recruit 2,000 healthcare workers

  • City briefs

    Winnipeg breaks homicide record// Toy drive for Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre// The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Climate Action// Province increases police funding// Minister says no to safe-consumption sites// University presidents oppose performance-based funding

  • Main Street Project’s Socktober wraps up

    Inside Main Street Project (MSP) on Oct. 28, the room was divided by a set of washrooms and showers with bright yellow doors.

  • Local to global advocacy

    The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact how outreach programs and student groups at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) recruit new members and connect with local organizations.

  • City briefs

    Manitoba in dire need of physicians// New shelter for Muslim families// Counter-protest at Drag Queen Story Hour// Lowest voter turnout// Boost in funding for Manitoba shelters// A Conversation with Ryan Beardy

  • City briefs

    CUPE Local 500 update// Library supports local creatives// RRC Polytech to get new healthcare training centre// AMC elects first female Grand Chief// PC government to pass hydro bill// Call for advisory council to support HSC staffing crisis

  • City briefs

    Manitoba government to review taxes// Police-free schools// Voting at a glance// One Basin One Governance// Métis National Heritage centre coming to downtown Winnipeg

  • Confronting consent

    High-school students are calling on provincial and territorial governments across Canada to make comprehensive education about sexual violence, relationships and consent part of health curriculums.

  • City briefs

    Minimum wage increases// Less than three weeks to vote// Winnipeggers show support in Iranian protests// UWSA byelection campaign week// Pride for newcomers// Future on Fire

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