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.
The teepee that sits beside the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) has been vandalized.
For years, Portage Place Shopping Centre has acted as a community space.
While the Winnipeg Folk Festival (WFF) recruits multiple volunteers for a variety of services, the Red Tent provides one of the most important resources — a safe space amongst the music and fun.
Members of the Canadian Federation of Students from across the country gathered in Ottawa last week for the federation’s yearly national general meeting.
It will be more expensive to be a U of M student again this year.
Members of the U of M community looking for “foundational information on sexual violence” can now access a five-part course provided by the university online.
Cuts to printing services and additional funding for marketing are some of the more prominent changes to this year’s UMSU budget, which was introduced at a board meeting last week.
After receiving what the executive calls pushback from Winnipeg Transit, UMSU has decided to set up meetings directly with city councillors to negotiate its summer U-Pass.
In two reports released by the University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association’s (UMGSA) elections committee Monday, the committee announced it had disqualified a candidate who tied for an executive position, approved an appeal made by the current UMGSA president and removed the CRO from his position.