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Interfaith Vigil: Support for Christian Peacemaker Teams & Peace in Iraq

On Tuesday, January 31, 2006 at 11:30 a.m. in The University of Winnipeg Chapel (Bryce Hall), The Faculty of Theology will be hosting a candlelight vigil and prayer service for the imprisoned members of the Christian Peacemaker Teams and for peace in Iraq. This event is open to the public and all are welcome to …Read more >

West Central Snow Day

From 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on January 28, 2006, community members are invited to celebrate West Central Snow Day, a fun-filled event that will include snacks, horse and carriage rides, ice skating, indoor and outdoor games, and much, much more! read more>

City Festival of Contemporary Culture

UWinnipeg & Millennium Library Writers-in-Residence Team Up Starting this weekend, The University of Winnipeg and the Millennium Library’s Writer-in-Residence programs are partnering to stage City Festival of Contemporary Culture, a series of five free, public events. Margaret Sweatman, UWinnipeg’s inaugural Carol Shields Writer-in-Residence and John Weier, the Millennium Library’s Writer-in-Residence, will kick off the series …Read more >

The University of Winnipeg Website, From A – Z!

Navigating The University of Winnipeg website just got easier. From Aboriginal Advising to Writer-In-Residence, UWinnipeg’s new A-Z Index makes it easier to locate the web pages you need – quickly. The newly developed index appears as a link at the top right of all University webpages or by visiting The A-Z Index complements the existing …Read more >

City Festival of Contemporary Culture

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No Offense: Acerbic New Comedy Heats Up Winnipeg Winter

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University of Winnipeg Open House 2006

The University of Winnipeg is a close-knit community that motivates students to learn, grow, and achieve more than they ever thought possible. Join us for Open House 2006 and discover what we can offer you! Tuesday, February 14, 2006 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Riddell Hall, University of Winnipeg

The Last Hour: What Would You Do?

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Religion and Life Week 2006

Throughout The University of Winnipeg’s Religion and Life Week 2006 (January 23 – 27), a wide variety of speakers will present perspectives on the theme, “The Last Hour: What Would You Do?” Representatives from a selection of the world’s faiths including Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and First Nations beliefs, will be on hand to share their …Read more >

The 39th General Election

Today is the day Canadians will vote in a federal general election. Exercise your democratic right! VOTE. If you have any questions, please visit the Elections Canada website at: