It is a contradiction provincially acknowledged that arts deemed valuable in politicians’ personal lives become extraneous costs in their professional lives. But the value of…
With people facing increasing precarity in terms of their income amidst the COVID-19 crisis, there are groups and individuals attempting to organize rent strikes.
Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative-led government has cut post-secondary operating grants for the third year in a row. The budget includes a one per cent reduction in…
Two years ago, ridesharing giant Uber threw a tantrum and opted to avoid Winnipeg entirely over Manitoba’s regulations.
Recent protests involving Indigenous peoples blocking railways in peaceful protest have demonstrated the need for better protection of protests.
It seems that for David Chartrand solidarity with the ongoing mass movement in support of Wet’suwet’en in their struggle with the Canadian government is not on the table.
With cuts to people with disabilities, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has blood on his hands.
The blame game is all the rage in Manitoba’s governing party.
The Manitoba Labour Board heard arguments in May regarding an unfair labour practice complaint filed by the University of Manitoba Faculty Association (UMFA) stemming from…
The province has divested itself of the responsibility to match the city’s budget contributions to Winnipeg transit.