Over the past two years, the U of M has seen two prominent Indigenous faculty members leave the institution. Lynn Lavallée, former vice-provost of Indigenous…
The number of Inuit students at the U of M remains considerably lower than First Nations and Métis populations on campus. Since 2010, the number…
Several members of the University of Manitoba Indigenous Students’ Association (UMISA) have accused the recently-elected Your UMSU slate of “co-opting” Indigenous initiatives without giving proper credit to the Indigenous students and faculty who founded them.
The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) has made history after voting in an executive slate comprised entirely of women of colour.
A long-serving Indigenous student activist is now running unopposed to be one of the faculty of education’s student representatives on the U of M senate.
U of M administrator Barry Lavallee made headlines last fall when he suggested U of M president David Barnard step down from his position citing issues of racism on campus. Months later, Lavallee has resigned from his position.
Do you understand Indigenous governance? That is the question U of M assistant professor Réal Carrière asked during a lecture on his research of Indigenous governance Jan. 30.
Mere months after the resignation of the U of M’s vice-provost of Indigenous engagement — who cited a lack of response on Indigenous issues by the school’s administration — another Indigenous member of the U of M has announced their departure.
If even the appearance of bias is cause for concern, Canada’s justice system is in a poor state.
The University of Manitoba’s Clayton H. Riddell faculty of environment, earth, and resources hosted Faisal Moola, University of Guelph associate geography professor, for a lecture…