Dakota and Michif are being taught for the first time at the U of M this year.
Winnipeg’s sixth annual Wall-to-Wall Mural & Culture Festival — run by Synonym Art Consultation in collaboration with Graffiti Art Programming Inc. — runs throughout September.
Art and politics come together once again for the provincial election. Here are the promises made as of press time by Manitoba’s four main political…
Seventeen U of M projects have received over $2.5 million in funding through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). The funding was announced…
Chaudhary emphasized the only way for citizens to not be able to access transit services in the near future will be if the city calls for a lock-out.
Winnipeg Folk Festival (WFF) attendees took a break from the music on the afternoon of July 13 to honour “milestone” WFF volunteers.
With international students in Manitoba set to begin paying for healthcare coverage for the 2019-20 year, a June 25 board of governors’ decision will have them paying even more than expected to this point.
In UMSU University Centre, beside the cashier’s office, there is a cozy little nook with a built-in bench.
Winnipeg Transit workers are refusing to sign a new city contract in what is turning out to be a significant labour battle.
It will be more expensive to be a U of M student again this year.