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.
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.
From plebiscites to protests, here’s what happened on campus last year.
In the wake of U of M vice-provost of Indigenous engagement Lynn Lavallée’s resignation, some Indigenous students on campus are looking toward an uncertain future….
The U of M Indigenous Students’ Association (UMISA) released a statement Thursday demanding UMSU president Jakob Sanderson step down, citing an “utter disregard and disrespect…
A group within the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) has condemned the U of M for what it calls anti-Indigenous racism.