A new shelter specifically for Muslim women and children is being built in Winnipeg, the first of its kind in the city.
Two VP positions uncontested
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.
The Manitoba government has been ordered to pay the University of Manitoba Faculty Association (UMFA) over $19.3 million for secretly interfering with UMFA’s contract negotiations in 2016.
Manitoba will drop self-isolation requirements for people who test positive for COVID-19, the province announced last week.
UMSU general elections will be held this month, with voting beginning March 31 at 9 a.m. AND CLOSING APRIL 1 AT 4:30 P.M.
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.
UMSU’s annual series of sustainability initiatives will be held March 1 through March 10 and will focus on the theme of
greenwashing, the process through which an organization misrepresents itself or its products as environmentally sustainable.
The events — dubbed sustainabilty season — will promote environmental sustainability and feature David Suzuki as the keynote
The board will be aimed at “fostering strong economic growth, attracting investment, promoting trade and creating high-quality
jobs for Manitobans.”
The Manitoba Alliance of Post-SecondaryStudents (MAPSS) is proposing that international students be allowed to buyinto the provincial health-care system rather than paying private premiums.