The Six Seasons of the Asiniskaw Ithiniwak's eagerly anticipated Amō’s Sapotawan launches next week.
Stories celebrating UWinnipeg's Indigenous community.
The University of Winnipeg’s chapter of The Canadian Indigenous Science and Engineering Society (.caISES) was awarded access to Microsoft’s Global Indigenous Employee Resource Group and a monetary gift to support activities throughout the 2022-23 academic year.
A new initiative, produced and curated by The University of Winnipeg’s Dr. Julie Nagam, that connects Circumpolar Indigenous artists from across Canada by way of digital media will premiere at Nuit Blanche Toronto.
UWinnipeg recognizes the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation with a week of events and activities
Throughout the week, special events, learning opportunities, and activities will be dedicated to honouring Residential School Survivors and learning from Indigenous peoples and perspectives.
University of Winnipeg alumna Maureen Twovoice (Binesi Ikwe) has partnered with authors Andrew Stobo Sniderman and Douglas Sanderson (Amo Binashii) in their recently published book, Valley of the Birdtail: An Indian Reserve, a White Town and the Road to Reconciliation.
UWinnipeg's Developmental Studies Program welcomed the first Indigenous cohort to campus in August. In total, 18 students from as far north as Tataskweyak Cree Nation (Split Lake) and Northlands Denesuline First Nation (Lac Brochet) met with staff at the UWSA Daycare to share their knowledge and experiences.
The unique Indigenous Ethnobotany Field School course took students outdoors to learn about Indigenous perspectives of native Manitoban plants in medicine, ceremonies, aesthetics, and substance.
The 2022 Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre’s annual Indigenous Summer STEAM Camp wrapped up its final days, leaving a lasting impact on camp participants.
The University of Winnipeg is launching three new Indigenous language certificates this fall: Indigenous Language Revitalization, Teaching Indigenous Languages for Vitality, and Supporting Multilingualism and Indigenous Languages.
UWinnipeg Wesmen Robyn Boulanger and Josh Gandier are featured in a mural adorning the wall connecting the Duckworth Centre to the Axworthy Health and RecPlex.