Winnipeggers love hockey and were thrilled when the Jets made the playoffs. Unfortunately, during the weeks and months that Winnipeg remained a contender, it was…
UMSU’s actions and the U of M’s arts degrees do not resemble anything close to vulnerable characteristics under the Manitoba Human Rights Code, nor should they.
For creating a video that devalued not only different careers but also marginalized voices, a better apology is needed.
The effects of climate change are just as well known as the effects of secondhand smoke. The former should be addressed by city council in exactly the same manner as smoking.
As I know from having edited and written for the Manitoban for five years, it is hardly some dogmatic haven of conformity
Macdonald put racist ideas into genocidal practice. Publicly honouring him, then, comes at too high a price.
Forget the sticks and pucks, I wanted to pitch like Roy Halladay.
UMSU’s structure represents a well-functioning democracy. We shouldn’t be hasty in efforts to change it.