Volume 75, Number 20

Published March 4, 2021

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  • Winnipeg’s cultural tug-of-war

    The term “culture war” has been bandied about a lot in the last several years.

  • Canaries in the garment factory

    Canada Goose workers contend with labour organizing challenges, fear of termination

  • Critipeg: Belle

    Currently streaming on Disney+

  • Arts briefs

    Stitchen’ Saturdays // First Friday lecture by Natasha Jozi // An Acorn live performance // Playing with Stories Online // Winnipeg Crankie Festival // Beyond the Perimeter: First Fridays in the Exchange

  • Capturing the moment

    Origin Stories: Michael Veith

  • Night in at the bar

    Local creators bring bar culture into the home, virtually

  • ‘Better late than never’

    Mother-and-son podcast a fun way to learn Ojibwe

  • City briefs

    Election schedule updates // New 1C03 workshop series // MSC social justice fair held virtually // Sharing accessible sport stories // Bus drivers win fair wages // Presentations and readings this week

  • Identifying the roots of gender disparity in STEM

    Debriefing the Nova Summit

  • A new way to gather

    Sharing Indigenous experiences of the pandemic internationally

  • Campus briefs

    Webinar Wednesdays // Spring Term registration // Winter Term // Good Friday // UWSA Student Conference/Travel Fund Award // Convocation Awards // MyVisit app

  • Province unveils post-secondary strategy

    Professors react to recently released report

  • UWSA hosts game nights

    Biweekly events are free to join for all students

  • The personal and the historical

    PROFile: Jon Malek, sessional instructor, history department, U of W

  • Labour rights are immigrant rights

    Foreigner Affairs

  • No body is disposable

    Ableism and pandemic response

  • Warmer weather things

    An illustration by Talia Steele

  • Horoscopes

    The moon is in Cancer