The Manitoban was first published in Nov. 1914 and has been chugging along in some form or another for over 101 years. It’s one of…
Here at the Manitoban, some of us are huge nerds. When Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released last month, it didn’t seem fair to…
The University of Manitoba Students’ Union (UMSU) has approved an omnibus motion which includes plans for several new projects, a restructuring of fees, as well as an increase to student fees of $32 per semester to pay for the projects.
Blue, white, and red. Over the last week my Facebook feed has been filled with profile pictures tinted in those colours. It’s not only the images, though; everyone seems to have something they want to say to address the tragedy in Paris in which roughly 130 people were killed by ISIS terrorists.
Over the past several years discussion about Canada’s energy policy has largely centred around the Alberta tar sands, with people asking how to deal with them. For Gordon Laxer there’s a much more interesting question to answer: what comes after the sands?
Watching Justin Trudeau and his 30-member cabinet being sworn in earlier this month, something struck me as extremely off-putting about the whole affair: the oath Trudeau and his ministers made to our head of state, the monarch of Canada, Queen Elizabeth II.
Students from the Desautels faculty of music have approved a motion condemning recent budget cuts and calling on university administration to cancel currently planned reductions and restore funding to the faculty.
The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) held its grand opening on the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus last week.
Firefighters were called to the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus just before 6 a.m. this morning to put out a fire.
A new group of MPs are headed to Ottawa to form Parliament after Justin Trudeau’s Liberals won a majority government on Oct. 19.