Volume 72, Number 13

Published January 11, 2018

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  • Fresh starts

    After a little December break, we’re back in action with a very colourful issue for you.

  • Whose House? Ian’s House

    When it comes to Winnipeg’s film industry, Ian Bawa has worked in basically every possible corner.

  • Arts and Culture briefs

    A Life on the Line // Close Talker // Cre8ery writing group // Four Lands // Poetry Group

  • Support group for LGBTQ Muslims

    Queer Muslims, as members of both the LGBTQ+ and Muslim communities, have unique shared experiences and challenges. 

  • Beverly Tender

    Just in time to begin hibernating for the winter, Beverly Tender deliver another album full of brilliant and well-informed angular indie rock.

  • CRITIPEG: Birth of a Family

    Birth of a Family, the documentary from director Tasha Hubbard, chronicles the first meeting of the four Adam siblings more than 50 years later.

  • Gear up and get out

    Oksana Kosteckyj expresses a common sentiment when she says, “I think winter in Manitoba is pretty harsh.”

  • Pronouns in the classroom

    Students and professors may have noticed the increasing interest in employing correct gender pronouns, particularly gender-neutral pronouns such as the singular “they.”

  • Crystal Clear

    As a kid, I was in and out of the hospital so often that the staff became family. I also missed a lot of school. Despite my health, my elementary-school years were great.

  • News Briefs

    Wesmen Scholarship Fund raffle // Public talk // Michel Chossudovsky at U of W // Cocktail workshops // Surgeries postponed

  • Gearing up for Eastern Rapid Transit Corridor

    The early stage of planning is underway for the Eastern Rapid Transit Corridor, piquing the interest of stakeholders in public consultations.

  • Making Room for Bruce Oake

    “Sentiment is changing.” This is how Scott Oake, co-founder of the Bruce Oake Recovery Centre, describes citizens’ reactions to the building of the new complex.

  • Blood narratives

    Although their slogan is the all-inclusive interpellation “It’s in you to give,” Canadian Blood Services has strict criteria regarding donors. People with potential exposure to certain viruses, such as HIV, are excluded from the donation process

  • PROFile: Narumi Taniguchi

    Professor Narumi Taniguchi has been at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) as the director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Program since she moved to Winnipeg in 2015.

  • Charitable contributions need to consider end user

    Donating items that one may not need is encouraged, but it is crucial to ensure that those items have not reached the end of their useful life.