Community

Diversity Food Services turns to curbside delivery

Diversity Food Services has reinvented itself amid the COVID-19 pandemic to deliver hot meals and groceries.

New literacy and numeracy tool released amid COVID-19

A new tool is now available to parents to help them improve their children’s numeracy and literary skills while schools are closed.

Free film screening: nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up

UWinnipeg sociology students, along with Dr. Kimberley Ducey, and alumni Ivana Yellowback, are hosting a free film screening of the documentary, nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up, Thursday, March 12, 6:00 – 9:00 pm, in UWinnipeg’s Eckhardt Gramatté Hall.

Alootook Ipellie: Walking both sides of an invisible border

Gallery 1C03 is pleased to host a touring exhibition honouring the work of Inuit artist and writer Alootook Ipellie (1951-2007).

You are (t)here: an original UWinnipeg theatre production

A seven person ensemble of fourth-year theatre students explore the complexity of life’s journey in the original production, You are (t)here, performed at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film, March 19 – 21, 2020.

Explore home, belonging, and civic duty with Dr. Eliakim Sibanda

The public will have a chance to learn about Ubuntu, a Southern African philosophy that provides a framework for engaged citizenship, at a free public lecture by Dr. Eliakim Sibanda on Friday, March 13.

Spotlight on women leaders, researchers, and community builders

In recognition of International Women’s Day, The University of Winnipeg is highlighting the work of five women leaders, researchers, and community builders whose work is making a significant contribution to Canada’s environment, health, communities, and economy.

Métis Kitchen Table Talk: photo album

Indigenous art curators and scholars discussed art, knowledge systems, and community connections at a recent Métis Kitchen Table Talk, Sparking Miyeu Pimatishiwin, which took place on Thursday, February 6 at The University of Winnipeg.

UWinnipeg actors perform “The Love of the Nightingale”

The University of Winnipeg’s Department of Theatre and Film presents The Love of the Nightingale, by Timberlake Wertenbaker, February 11 – 15, 2020.

New report outlines bold actions to prepare graduates to succeed

Manitoba universities and colleges, in conjunction with the Business Council of Manitoba, have unveiled a new strategic action plan that outlines a bold vision for delivering the knowledge and skills that graduates need to drive Manitoba’s economy forward and thrive in the ever-evolving workforce.