Now, after four years of students at the U of M having no longer enjoyed the monthly necessity of enduring long lines to purchase a post-secondary pass, we are at a crossroads in the future of the U-Pass.
Over the past few weeks, it’s become abundantly clear that much of the news media in Canada now only cares about one thing: getting views….
I condemn any and all actions of civilian casualties on any side of any conflict, and will most definitely condemn all acts of violence on campus, regardless of whether the culprit is Muslim or Jewish.
There seems to have been an undeniable push to diversify campuses in the last few years, which has been adopted by post-secondary institutions rather performatively….
We live during a time when caring for our environment is a topic at the forefront of our social consciousness as we come to terms with the reality of issues such as climate change.
With the celebrations of the 150th anniversary of Manitoba’s founding there has been debate around whether or not to include Riel and the Red River Rebellion, which directly lead to the founding of the province.
The City of Winnipeg is considering a city-wide reduction in street parking fees after hearing from frustrated business owners in Winnipeg’s Exchange District. Seventy-nine business owners petitioned to bring fees in the Exchange District down to $2 an hour to help bring business back downtown.
Common-sense approaches to drug and crime issues often fail to consider the history of policing, forgetting the hard lessons of the war on drugs —…
The Australian bushfire crisis provides a look into into a terrifying future.
A Nov. 19 Facebook post disputing the Holodomor from assistant lecturer Dougal MacDonald sparked a series of protests and calls for his termination from the University of Alberta.