Christine M'Lot has co-authored a new program, Your Voice Is Power, which seeks to engage students using computer science and Indigenous hip hop. She also co-edited a textbook she hopes can provide the missing link between current and future Indigenous education.
Truth and Reconciliation
The University of Winnipeg is committed to implementing the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC): Calls to Action. While we are proud of the work taking place to advance reconciliation, we know there is much more work to be done. We must continue to listen and respond to the needs of the community as we commit to the recommendations laid out in the TRC's final report.
The University of Winnipeg campus will be lit orange September 27 – 30 and closed on September 30 in recognition of National Day for Truth...
In the academic world, the end of June traditionally signals the completion of a long school year and the start of a summer break before...
The University of Winnipeg community stands with the Cowessess First Nation and all Indigenous peoples through the horror and grief-filled discovery of numerous unmarked graves at the site of the former Marieval Indian Residential School in Saskatchewan.
The Association for Manitoba Archives has recognized Dr. Mary Jane McCallum and Dr. Erin Millions with a 2021 Manitoba Day Award for their project, Indigenous Afternoons in the Archives.
The horrific discovery of the remains of 215 children at the former site of the Kamloops Indian Residential School is a terrible reminder of the legacy of residential schools in Canada.
Experiences in the Urban and Inner-City Studies Department's Inner-City Work Study program have led a pair of UWinnipeg students to discovering new paths.
A new groundbreaking book on reconciliation contains contributions from some of Canada's leading scholars, including UWinnipeg President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Annette Trimbee.
Four outstanding Master’s in Development Practice: Indigenous Development Program (MDP) students have earned national awards.
Dr. Yvonne Vizina co-authored a report exploring a holistic approach to advancing reconciliation that has recently been released by the Canadian Commission for UNESCO.