Capoeira in Winnipeg

Anyone who has had an opportunity to check out the Brazilian pavilion recently at Folklorama knows the hypnotic allure of capoeira. 442,000 people attended Folklorama, and Brazil was the most popular of the 41 pavilions once again. One of the pavilion’s biggest draws is the capoeira performance that is featured. Not only is capoeira captivating […]

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Manitoba finishes 7th overall at Canada Games

The Canada Games, which are held every four years, recently took place in Prince Edward Island. Over the course of two weeks, teams from all over Canada participated in numerous sports competitions. Manitoba finished seventh overall with a total of 24 medals earned: Gold: Cycling female — Leah Frances Kirchmann Rowing single skull female — […]

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Ask a health and fitness specialist

This column features health, fitness and nutrition questions from students that are answered by a person specializing in that field. Many of us have health and fitness questions that we just never get around to asking. Here is your opportunity to get some answers. This week’s specialist is Brian Kehler. Brian Kehler is the owner […]

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Ask a health and fitness specialist

This column features health, fitness, and nutrition questions from students that are answered by a person specializing in that field. Many of us have health and fitness questions that we just never get around to asking. Here is your opportunity to get some answers. THIS WEEK’S SPECIALIST IS JONATHAN SYDNEY MCLAREN. Jonathan is a personal […]

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Bison men’s basketball team plays first exhibition game

On Wednesday Aug. 12 the Bison men’s basketball team took part in the first annual Hoops From The Heart fundraising exhibition event. The University of Winnipeg Wesmen started the evening by taking on a university/college all-star team and then the University of Manitoba Bisons played a second team of university/college all-star players. In two very […]

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