The 2022 Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre’s annual Indigenous Summer STEAM Camp wrapped up its final days, leaving a lasting impact on camp participants.
Stories celebrating UWinnipeg's Indigenous community.
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.
To coincide with National Indigenous Peoples Day, the Manitoba Indigenous Tuberculosis History Project has launched a brand-new website with access to educational and historical resources about Indigenous patients at the tuberculosis hospitals.
Education student Carolyn Lawton’s essay, Defining Métis Religion and Spirituality: A Historical Analysis, has been awarded the 2021-22 Indigenous History Essay Prize.
The University of Winnipeg, in collaboration with Concordia University, and the Winnipeg Art Gallery - Qaumajuq, presents the Inuit Studies Conference 2022: Auviqsaqtut, from Sunday, June 19 - Wednesday, June 22.
On National Indigenous Peoples Day, UWinnipeg postdoctoral fellow Dr. Anne Lindsay will host a talk on the history of Winnipeg’s North End alongside Manitoba Museum curator Maureen Matthews.
The Report into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and Two-Spirited Persons (MMIWG2S) – The University Responds Conference will feature keynote speakers Dr. Karine Duhamel, Sheila North, and Sandra DeLaronde. All three of their lectures will be free and open to the public.
There are a wide range of events related to Indigenous history, culture, art taking place on campus during Indigenous History Month.
UWinnipeg Indigenous Studies students Charlene Moore and Farrah Murdock were part of the Indigenous delegation that travelled to Vatican City to receive Pope Francis’ apology for the church’s role in residential schools. As experienced filmmakers, they filmed the entire trip for an upcoming Assembly of First Nations documentary.