Volume 77, Number 06

Published October 20, 2022

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  • Two degrees of separation

    Nothing makes me feel more painstakingly folksy than being a Winnipegger in a large city.

  • Confronting consent

    High-school students are calling on provincial and territorial governments across Canada to make comprehensive education about sexual violence, relationships and consent part of health curriculums.

  • Leaving no trace

    Local clothing designer Lennard Taylor came into the fashion world by way of passion and an injured knee.

  • Welcome to the wheel world

    Myles A. Taylor is a man of many talents, as his illustrious pedigree as an actor, writer, director, showrunner and musician prove.

  • The best part of breaking up

    From gorging on ice cream to a rebound with an old flame, everyone has their preferred consolation when love goes sour.

  • Reach out. He’ll be there.

    Summer’s gone, which means the time is no longer right for dancing in the street.

  • Origin stories: Bif Naked, Canadian Singer

    Born Beth Torbert, Bif Naked talks about her atypical childhood.

  • Arts briefs

    Winging it// Hone your craft// David Myles Trio @ The Park// Top-notch laughs// Célébrer le cinéma français// Local writers shortlisted for prestigious award

  • A Social

    Akin to the Prairie that bore the titular tradition, A Social (2022) is an intriguing reflection on sociality, especially feelings of isolation, weirdness and awkwardness.

  • A new vision for Portage Place

    In collaboration with several organizations and decades of community demands, the West Broadway Tenants Committee (WBTC) developed and recently released a plan to convert the site of the former Portage Place mall into a community centre.

  • City briefs

    Manitoba government to review taxes// Police-free schools// Voting at a glance// One Basin One Governance// Métis National Heritage centre coming to downtown Winnipeg

  • ‘A real crisis right now’

    Many Canadians struggle to afford groceries and other necessities.

  • A film foundation

    The UWpg Film Festival is more than an exhibition of short films.

  • PROFile: Bestselling author arrives at U of W

    Critically acclaimed novelist Lindsay Wong is a new faculty member at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) after holding a writer-in residence position at the University of Manitoba.

  • Student Services

    Webinar Wednesdays// Exchange Opportunities// Career Chats on Instagram// Need a Spot to Store your Stuff? Rent a Locker!// Apply for February Graduation// International Cultural Day// Ask an Advisor// Manitoba Student Aid// Work-Study Program// Use the myVisit App// 

  • HIV disclosure laws in Canada hurt more than they protect

    HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus. If left untreated, HIV can develop into AIDS: acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.

  • You’re banning the wrong books

    Every book has a lifespan, especially when it belongs to a public library.