Volume 77, Number 02
Published September 15, 2022
A Perplexing Paint Job
After two and a half years of working almost entirely remotely, it’s been something of a process adjusting to working in-person again in the Uniter office.
A quick fix?
“It’s like an Advil to me,” Reese Estwick says.
Reflecting on place and music
The idea of Winnipeg as a muse may seem peculiar, even pedestrian to its denizens.
Bridging the gap between contemporary art and publishing
The Prairie Art Book Fair, hosted by Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, celebrated artist books and publishing from Sept. 9 to 11.
Reactivating Indigeneity at the former fur-trade post
An Indigenous resurgence requires the acknowledgement of the pre-colonial history behind places and spaces.
Culled craft for a cause
A group of philanthropic Winnipeg seniors are repurposing donated artwork to raise proceeds for AIDS relief in sub-Saharan Africa.
Plays at Cinematheque until Sept. 18
Love the Exchange// Brews, yoga and more// Screening awareness// Connecting through art// Celebrate food at Fort Gibraltar// Pro-rock and pro-choice
Be charitable, save food, eat good
The Too Good to Go app launched in the Toronto metropolitan area last summer and was recently introduced in Montreal and Vancouver. Now, Too Good to Go is up and running in cities across Canada, including Winnipeg.
Classes cancelled to honour Queen// Hospital in crisis// Webinar to protect the Public Utilities Board// Poilievre leads federal Tories// Social Planning Council to hold AGM// CUPE strike looming
‘Not affordable for them’
Adequate housing is a human right, but for many students, it’s far from accessible.
PROFile: Beyond the observable universe
Originally from Kingston, Ont., Evan McDonough obtained his PhD at McGill University.
Undergraduate Add/Drop Period – Make your changes!// Study Skills Workshops: Advice & Tips for Academic Success// Student ID Cards// Wanted: Volunteer Notetakers// On a Waitlist? Check Your Webmail Every Day// UWSA’s Health Plan and U-Pass// Pay Tuition the Easy Way// Apply Now for Fall/Winter Awards// Volunteer Fair// Use the myVisit App
Stigmata: stigma’s origin in religious ecstasy
The word “stigma” comes from a Latin word meaning that a person is marked or branded.
‘Just have a glass of wine’
I made the appointment to talk about other kinds of pain.