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Linking Students & Landlords Eases Strain: University of Winnipeg Launches ..

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City Approves Spence Street Plans

April 27, 2005 (Winnipeg, Manitoba) – The University of Winnipeg’s plans to revitalize Spence Street are one step closer to reality. In a unanimous decision, Winnipeg City Council today voted to endorse the University’s request for a transit-friendly pedestrian mall. The decision follows months of what has been called one of the largest ever series of …Read more >

The University of Winnipeg Collegiate receives largest gift to date

Local donor pledges $1,000,000 to alma mater April 26, 2005 (Winnipeg, Manitoba) – The University of Winnipeg Foundation is proud to announce a major contribution by James (Jim) D. MacDonald, local business leader and University of Winnipeg Collegiate alumnus, in the form of an unprecedented pledge of $1 million to The University of Winnipeg Collegiate. This …Read more >

The University of Winnipeg Collegiate receives largest gift to date

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High School Students Discover Endless Possibilities at UWinnipeg’s Enrichment ..

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Beethovenfest 2005

Virtuosi Concerts presents the Complete Beethoven String Quartet Cycle, featuring the Lafayette String Quartet. Beethovenfest 2005 is comprised of a series of six concerts and one free lecture. April 27 – May 7, 2005 University of Winnipeg Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall For ticket prices and further information, visit the Virtuosi website or call 204.786.9000.

High School Students Discover Endless Possibilities at UWinnipeg’s Enrichment ..

From April 25 – 29, 2005, hundreds of Manitoba high school students will be on The University of Winnipeg campus, examining everything from the influence of psychoanalysis on pop culture to understanding the early stages of the formation of the universe. It’s all part of the University’s Enrichment Mini-Course Program (EMC), designed to introduce exceptional …Read more >

Winnipeg Partnership Agreement invests $3.0 million in first projects

Reg Alcock, President of the Treasury Board and Minister responsible for the Canadian Wheat Board, Greg Selinger, Minister of Finance on behalf of Scott Smith, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and Trade, and his Worship Mayor Sam Katz, Mayor of Winnipeg, today jointly announced the first seven projects supported under the new tripartite Winnipeg Partnership Agreement …Read more >

Urban Change Conference Attracts Outspoken NY State Mayor

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Experimentation and Enthusiasm: UWinnipeg’s Third Annual Student Film Festival

More than 25 student-made films from throughout Manitoba will compete for awards in the categories of Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, and Best Film. The Awards Jury will be comprised of local professionals and audience members will have their say as they vote for Audience Favourite. Screenings: Wednesday, …Read more >