Every week, I jot down some thoughts in this space to serve as a weekly editorial note. This space is typically used to offer musings, opinions, stories or (occasionally) details about the editorial process.
This week, however, I’m using The Uniter’s editorial note to do some shameless self-promotion for the newspaper!
First of all, I wanted to thank everyone who voted in our annual Uniter 30 readers’ poll, the results of which will be published in our Dec. 2 issue.
Secondly, I wanted to mention that we are currently accepting applications for two new columnists. Our rotating roster of columnists each write one article a month on a topic or theme related to their personal background or perspectives. If you’d like to get paid to write once a month and offer your opinion or lived experiences, we’d love to have you! Visit uniter.ca/jobs for more info.
Finally, I wanted to mention a cool feature of uniter.ca that you might not know about. Our “Listings” section is a community bulletin board where anyone can submit information about events or initiatives they’re hosting. It’s a great resource for anyone looking to promote something, or those just looking for cool stuff happening in Winnipeg. It’s sort of like a little advertisement or poster board, but it’s online, and it’s free! Visit uniter.ca/listings to get involved.
Published in Volume 76, Number 10 of The Uniter (November 18, 2021)