1. Witchpolice Radio
2. The Reel Debaters
3. Barking Dog
1. Adam Kelly
2. Leif Norman
3. Joey Senft
1. A Social by Tavis Putnam
2. I Survived Winnipeg by Folks Films
3. Late Summer by Ryan Steel
1. WAG & Qaumajuq
1. Ella Steele
2. Dancing Gabe
3. Carol-Ann Bohrn / Jillian Groening (tie)
1. Seth Jarvis
2. Nic Demski
3. Brady Oliveira
Favourite local album
1. Jamboree - Life in the Dome
2. Yes We Mystic - Trustfall
3. JayWood - Slingshot / Living Hour - Someday is Today (tie)
Favourite local live performance
1. Jamboree as Oasis (Bands as Bands)
2. Paul Rabliauskas at Rumors
3. three-way tie
1. Omar Kinnarath
2. Michael Redhead Champagne
3. Lara Rae / Uzoma Asagwara (tied)
Favourite local achiever under 30
1. Lauren Wittmann
2. Alex Kohut
3. Bevvy Teyems / Jaydin Pommer (tie)
Favourite new local independent business
1. Riley Grae Cafe
2. Keener Jerseys
3. One Sixteen
1. Fred Penner
2. Scott Oake
3. Al Simmons
It’s the final Uniter issue of the calendar year, which means this issue is dedicated to the results of our annual Uniter 30 readers’ poll.
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.
On Thursday, Nov. 10, local activist and mentor Ryan Beardy will be our featured speaker, discussing issues of colonization and Indigenous men.
In Winnipeg’s inner city, and places like Tim Hortons, blue lights in public washrooms are becoming commonplace.
Studies have shown that online learning was difficult for many students. This is not news.
It’s November. Winnipeg has a new mayor, the leaves (or what few are left) have a new colour, and, on Sunday, the clocks will wind back an hour as daylight savings time ends.
Musician and Into the Music employee Jason Churko has always felt at home in record stores. He fondly recalls early memories visiting music shops, which were among his most formative experiences as a child.
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.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies transitioned to remote work. Employees remained at home and often lacked social interaction.
It’s a sunny Sept. 24 at The Forks when Melanee Tessler frowns at the end of the broken wire. LED lights became disconnected from the wires that lead into the programming box during setup.