Volume 77, Number 11
Published November 24, 2022
One of the great joys of working at The Uniter is that I’m constantly learning about Winnipeg.
There and back again
Whether it’s baking sourdough bread, hiking, playing video games, fostering pets or learning a new language, there is no shortage of hobbies out there.
A modern-day patron of the arts
With dozens of releases and a family of artists whose music ranges from roots to shoegaze, Winnipeg record label Transistor 66 has been part of the city’s rock scene for decades.
Time to pretend
Some people are taking a more practical approach to media escapism, beyond video games or virtual reality.
It’s a family affair
Winnipeg is home to a large preserve of turn-of-the-century architecture.
Chuckling for a good cause// MTC presents The Three Musketeers// Jaimie Isaac exhibition at 1C03// Cinematoba kickstarts community film// Empowering incarcerated women through beadwork// A final evening with Duncan Mercredi and friends
Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song
Plays until Nov. 24 on Cinematheque at Home
Hearing Trees: Small Talk EP review
Releases Nov. 30 at the Park Theatre
An inaccessible city
Transportation and infrastructure in Winnipeg centres on cars.
A blue day for the Bombers// The Leaf expected to open this season// $25,000 awarded to N.E.E.D.S Inc.// $2.5 million for Building Business grant// Youth for Christ’s The Edge restricts 2SLGBTQ+ members
Dealing with dark days
Winter’s colder days and darker nights can impact mental health and wellbeing more than people may realize.
PROFile: Telling Indigenous Hawaiian History
“Typically, I say that my specialization is in the study of the United States after World War II but with a focus on Pacific worlds,” Dr. Leah Kuragano says.
Webinar Wednesdays// Work-Study Program/ Exams/ Waitlists for Winter Term/ Holiday Break/Start of Winter Term// Winter 2023 In-Course Awards// Graduate or Professional Studies Bursary// Use the MyVisit App
Your lawn isn’t as green as it looks
There isn’t an ecological disaster in your backyard. Your yard is the ecological disaster.
Thinly veiled criticism
It felt like progress, when, two decades into my eating-disorder recovery, I stepped on a hospital scale and didn’t register the number