Volume 76, Number 17

Published February 10, 2022

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  • Burger time!

    Warning: this article contains mouthwatering descriptions and images of some of Winnipeg’s finest burgers. Enjoy!

  • That is a tasty burger!

    I know, I know. If you live on Broadway and can’t walk to your bus stop without being harassed by anti-vaxxers, a cheeseburger isn’t going to solve that problem. But we all need to find joy in the little things wherever we can, especially these days. And dagnabbit, there’s fewer things more joyful than a tasty burger.

  • Empowering children through storytelling

    Public speaker, community organizer and writer – is there anything Michael Redhead Champagne can’t do? After penning several articles, books and reports, he can now add “children’s book author” to his long list of accomplishments.

  • Arts briefs

    A field trip through Black History// Honour and Reverence// Rediscovering Rooster Town// FUNdrive!// Kickstarting the Dead Work Collective

  • Getting the show on the road

    Cancelling shows, closing down venues, rescheduling events. This cycle has haunted music makers and admirers for the past two years, but things are starting to look up for Alexa Dirks, better known as Winnipeg indie-pop artist Begonia.

  • Recovering through art

    Acknowledging mental-health struggles is often the first step toward treatment. The second is finding ways to cope with these challenges. For creative types, art therapy is a valuable outlet to express thoughts and nurture a balanced lifestyle.

  • Critipeg: Karen Dalton: In My Own Time

    Streaming on Cinematheque at Home until March 13

  • Fight or Flight

    For many bird owners in Winnipeg, their feathered friends are more than pets. They are companions, even family members.

  • City briefs

    All sports for all people// Skywalk lectures return// Evaluating EDI in physics// Occupation update// Winnipeg submits review to UN// Elections looming

  • Student server goes live

    After two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, many University of Winnipeg students have had a drastically new experience of the academic programs provided by the institution. While courses and exams have been adapted to the virtual space, many elements of the typical university experience, particularly the social elements, have grown in a much more piecemeal manner.

  • PROFile: No barriers to movement

    Andrea Smith has a bachelor of physical education degree and has been a kinesiology instructor for the past 13 years. She has lived within a 10-block radius from where she was born in River Heights all her life.

  • How strap-on sex helped me find myself

    I like to put my fake suction-cup cock in my jeans sometimes, sticking out through the open zipper, buttoned at the top to hold it in place. I admire my hard cock in the mirror, poking through my jeans. 

  • Campus briefs

    Fall/Winter Term Courses – Final Withdrawal Date// Webinar Wednesdays// Reading Week// Student ID Cards// UWinnipeg A// Winter Term Courses – Final Withdrawal Date// End of Winter Term// Student Services Continues Remote Service// Use the myVisit App// Klinic Health Services

  • Lil guy

  • Mentally, I am here

  • Mercury enters Aquarius

    Mercury enters Aquarius on February 14.