Manitoba has eliminated most COVID-19-related restrictions and health orders, however, the University of Manitoba is continuing its mask and vaccine mandate until at least the end of the 2022 winter term.
Resource Assistance for Youth (RaY)’s 5 Days for the Homeless campaign will take place from March 21 to 25.
With the winter term well underway at the University of Manitoba, many students relying on student aid are still experiencing delays in receiving the funding they need.
A new shelter specifically for Muslim women and children is being built in Winnipeg, the first of its kind in the city.
The University of Manitoba has announced it stands in support with the members of the Ukrainian community following the invasion of the nation by neighbouring Russia.
Just over 2,200 course sections have returned to in-person learning, a major increase from the 450 course sections on campus
prior to reading week.
The board will be aimed at “fostering strong economic growth, attracting investment, promoting trade and creating high-quality
jobs for Manitobans.”
University of Manitoba students will now be able to report sexual violence online anonymously through Respect, Educate,Empower Survivors (REES), an online platform for reporting sexual harassment, misconduct and assault.
The U of M has partnered with the Mastercard Foundation to implement a program to provide support to Indigenous students. The program, called EleV, aims to support members of Indigenous communities in Canada pursuing post-secondary education.
The University of Manitoba has announced it has signed the Scarborough Charter on anti-Black racism and Black inclusion. The U of M’s vice-president (administration) Naomi Andrew called the charter a “historic document” and said over 50 universities took part in the discussions leading to its creation.