Campus News

Expectation Of Respectful Conduct On Campus

Yesterday afternoon, a group of protesters came to our campus with signs and pamphlets. While their presence was not sanctioned by the University, the walkway they occupied is legally deemed to be public space. As such, campus security services cannot intervene as long as the protesters are conducting themselves in accordance with our relevant policies …Read more >

Power outage affecting west campus

Update (March 6):  The daycare has re-opened today and is operating normally. The building’s transformer was damaged during the snowstorm earlier this week. We have acquired a temporary generator to provide electricity until repairs to the transformer are completed.  —————————– Update: 12:00 pm: The UWSA Day Care will be closed for the rest of today …Read more >

Statement regarding Jon Paul Fiorentino

Jon Paul Fiorentino was a contract academic staff member at The University of Winnipeg in 2003, during which time he taught in the Centre for Academic Writing. He is not a UWinnipeg graduate, and as a well-known writer, he did give a guest lecture here recently. In light of recent allegations of sexual misconduct by …Read more >

Hidden talents shine at UWinnipeg’s Class Acts IX

All proceeds are donated to The University of Winnipeg General Scholarship Fund Prepare to be entertained at the highly anticipated Class Acts 9, which returns to Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall on Friday, March 9 at 7:00 pm. The evening covers the musical and arts performance spectrum — from classical to blues, blended with magic, theatre, poetry, and …Read more >

New free mobile app for students

The University of Winnipeg has launched a free mobile app aimed at students, which makes it easy for them to connect to campus and manage their student accounts. Called “Ellucian GO,” the app allows students to manage a range of account functions, including: Plan & Register: Plan courses using Student Planning and then register on …Read more >

UN Human Rights Day: We oppose hatred and intolerance

There has been recent media coverage and public discussion of incidents on or near university campuses in Manitoba and across Canada, which have been characterized as racist and hateful. Stickers associated with white supremacy groups were found distributed near Brandon University this week, and a program on CKUW 95.9 FM last month included an interview …Read more >

2017 United Way dodgeball photo gallery

UWinnipeg launched its annual United Way Campaign with a friendly game of dodge ball that had students against the faculty, staff and administration team.

UWinnipeg to host public discussion on social innovation

A panel and public discussion titled “Social Innovation for a Successful, Sustainable & Reconciled Canada” to inform the federal Social Innovation and Social Finance Strategy will be held on Thursday, September 21 (5:00 – 7:00 pm) in Convocation Hall on The University of Winnipeg campus. “Canada is a relatively prosperous country, yet our communities still …Read more >

Statement on diversity by UWinnipeg president

STATEMENT BY DR. ANNETTE TRIMBEE – President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Winnipeg The University of Winnipeg has a deep commitment to valuing and protecting the diversity of people who form our campus and community. Our incredible diversity is our greatest strength.  Recent events in Charlottesville and elsewhere, including disturbing graffiti in Winnipeg neighbourhoods, illustrate that …Read more >

Food festival at UWinnipeg celebrates compassion for animals and the planet

Winnipeg VegFest will be held on Saturday, September 16th, 2017 at the Axworthy Health and RecPlex at the University of Winnipeg. Admission is free and open to the public. Doors open at 9:00 am. The first 150 attendees will receive a commemorative swag bag loaded with goodies. WINNIPEG, MB – Winnipeg VegFest aims to foster …Read more >