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Statement from Dr. Annette Trimbee (re: Tina Fontaine)

With the trial of Raymond Cormier in the news, many of us in the UWinnipeg community have been thinking often of Tina Fontaine. Tina Fontaine was a young Indigenous person and a member of our community whose murder sparked national outrage and drew attention to the issue of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls. …Read more >

2018 Open House photo gallery

Check out some of the fun from the UWinnipeg Open House.

Greenland’s Nuuk “York” City – Lecture

Alumna Kaitlin Young seeks to answer some questions on Greenland with two lectures at UWinnipeg next week.

Calling all hockey fans

Ever wonder if a certain hockey player is hurting or helping your favourite hockey team? Well, Micah McCurdy might be able to sort that out through math, data and statistics. McCurdy is a mathematician who makes pictures to try and help the public understand hockey. He will speak at UWinnipeg on Isolating Individual Player Threat …Read more >

Sir William Stephenson Scholar – Megan Rutherford

Megan Rutherford is one of two, accomplished women in science who has earned the prestigious Sir William Stephenson Scholarships for this academic year.

Sir William Stephenson Scholar – Taylor Hanson

Taylor Hanson is one of two, accomplished women in science who has earned the prestigious Sir William Stephenson Scholarships for this academic year.

2018 Sir William Stephenson Scholars

Two very accomplished women in science have earned the prestigious Sir William Stephenson Scholarships for this academic year. Taylor Hanson and Megan Rutherford are both in their final year of study at UWinnipeg. Both share a record of achieving academic success and demonstrating extensive community service and volunteerism — which is integral to winning this …Read more >

UWinnipeg delegates head to Jack Summit

Seven UWinnipeg students will engage in the important conversation to help encourage talking about mental health. They were selected from across campuses in Canada as delegates for the Jack Summit in Toronto, ON.

Crossings Volume II launches this month

UWinnipeg is launching its exciting peer-reviewed, academic student journal Crossings Volume II, on Monday, February 26 from 1:30-3:00 pm in Convocation Hall. This event is free and all are welcomed to attend.

2018 Louis Riel Day Closures

The University of Winnipeg and The Collegiate are closed for Louis Riel Day, Monday, February 19, 2018 and will reopen on Tuesday, February 20, 2018. This includes the Duckworth and the Axworthy Health and RecPlex as it is closed to the public for an Ultimate frisbee event. Exceptions Elements – 599 Portage Ave Open from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm …Read more >