Volume 67, Number 7

Published October 17, 2012

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  • Exploring polyamory

    First things first, friends. I cannot hope to represent every polyamorous couple out there in 500 words, but my humble aim is to explore an often misunderstood lifestyle.

  • Always look on the bright side of life

    If genocide is like an assembly line, who is to blame? How do normal people commit horrific crimes?

  • Goblins - not just for Halloween anymore

    Princesses, neglectful parents, goblins and evil plots - the Royal Winnipeg Ballet is bringing a magical story to the stage that is sure to enrapture audiences.

  • Local rock band Nova releases its debut album, Midnight Midnight

    Over the past four years, Winnipeg moodpop trio Nova has been playing sporadic shows as well as recording, but is set to see a lot more action with the release of its debut LP Midnight Midnight.

  • West End Cultural Centre celebrates 25th anniversary

    Twenty-five years ago saw the formation of bands such as Nirvana, The Odds, Fugazi, Green Day, Uncle Tupelo, The Roots and countless others.

  • Canada legitimizes Guantanamo Bay ‘justice’

    The story of Omar Khadr has now become a familiar one to many: a Canadian citizen, captured in Afghanistan in July 2002 at the age of 15, and whisked off to Guantanamo Bay, the U.S.‘s most notorious prison.

  • Stay alert against media fear-mongering

    It is no secret that publications such as The Sun tabloid or television programs such as Fox News have a right-wing bias.

  • Free trade with China on the table

    Splashed across the foreign/political news sections in our papers over the past few months has been the possible free trade agreement (FTA) with China.

  • Scientists protest funding cuts to Experimental Lakes Area

    Canada’s environment is taking a backseat to the pursuit of economic prosperity built around the country’s tar sands, a founding director of the Experimental Lakes Area says.

  • University of Winnipeg employee arrested

    When he came to Canada to study, Adnan Farooq never imagined a bureaucratic snafu would lead to him being handcuffed, strip-searched and subsequently detained for more than two days in jail, sharing a cell with a man who told him he had “butchered” a person with a machete.

  • ‘Like a slap in the face of history’

    It’s a plan in its infant stages, but one that has outraged both students and athletes.

  • Local News Briefs

    Harvest raises record $314K at auction; Papa George’s serves final meal; City mulls cancelling Shindico contracts; NHL lockout takes its toll on city’s downtown

  • International News Briefs

    Director faces prison for violating probation; Strikes create economic turmoil; Taliban shoots youth activist; Constitution draft limits human rights; Abuse, torture reports alarming, Amnesty says

  • Campus News Briefs

    Pilar joins university; Helping teachers create LGBTQ-safe schools; U of W to address isotope shortage; Faculty and staff to be awarded at convocation

  • Conservative cuts to environmental research

    Given the recent funding cut to the Environmental Lakes Area, what do you think of Conservative cuts to environmental research?

  • Fashion Streeter

    I just put together random pieces and make outfits.