Wab Kinew

Advancing reconciliation across Canada

The University of Winnipeg has officially launched an innovative national educational program — Indigenous Insights — with Canadian National Railway (CN) signing on as the premiere partner.

Wab Kinew to launch highly-anticipated memoir

A touching memoir written by UWinnipeg’s Associate Vice-President, Indigenous Affairs Wab Kinew will be released September 29th, and the release of The Reason You Walk is already generating a national buzz.  Kinew’s first foray as an author has been highlighted with interviews in Maclean’s, Quill and Quire, and the National Post, and audiences across Canada …Read more >

UWinnipeg Hosted Gathering in Support of Truth and Reconciliation

An historic event attracted more than 700 people to UWinnipeg’s Riddell Hall and Eckhardt Gramatté Hall on June 2, 2015. Five years after Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission began hearings, The University of Winnipeg hosted a gathering as the TRC Commissioners in Ottawa released their findings on Indian residential schools. The Time for Reconciliation event …Read more >

Inquiring Minds: Understanding an Inquiry on MMIW is available online

On February 9, 2015, The University of Winnipeg Indigenous Advisory Circle presented Inquiring Minds: Understanding the call for, role of, and limitations on an inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, honouring the families of our stolen sisters and the survivors of violence. All featured presentations from this important event are now available to stream …Read more >