Fitness Classes for Newcomer Women
In partnership with UWinnipeg and the Axworthy Health & RecPlex, the Newcomer Soccer and Multi-Sport Academy is working with local refugee families to provide opportunities to participate in sport and other recreational activities that will help them adapt to their new life in Canada.
Launch a Human Rights Speakers Bureau
Winnipeg has a vast array of knowledgeable quality speakers, and we want to showcase this immense talent as well as facilitate access to them. The Human Rights Hub and MARL have joined forces to launch a Human Rights Speakers Bureau for just this purpose.
Salvadoran Voices of Manitoba
Our goal is to better understand how these stories are talked about within families and how they are transferred from generation to generation, the role this plays in the integration into Canadian society, and how society responds to refugees.
Sustainably Saving Tomatoes
This study is aimed at testing whether soil nitrogen supplementation results in greater susceptibility of tomato plants to whitefly infestation, and if so, to what extent; and testing whether some varieties of tomato are more resistant or tolerant to whiteflies.
JDC West Business Competition - 2016
Participating in this prestigious event provides our business students with an academic experience that cannot be replicated in a classroom. The JDC West competition gives our students a leg up as they prepare to enter the business world, but it does come at a cost.
Honouring a Quiet Warrior
The recent death of Larry Morrissette is a major loss, not only to his family and friends but also to the many Indigenous and non-Indigenous people that he has worked closely with in recent decades in efforts to re-build Winnipeg’s inner city and revitalize Indigenous cultures.
Show your Wesmen Spirit - Give Wes Lee a Makeover
At 105 years old in coyote years, and having attended more than 1,000 sporting events since his birth, Wes Lee is beginning to show his age. Help us makeover Wes Lee in time to launch UWinnipeg’s 50th celebrations in 2017!
Support Canadian Writers
Internationally acclaimed author Carol Shields was a prominent figure at The University of Winnipeg as a Writer-In-Residence (1988) and Chancellor (1996-2000). Although her career reached astounding heights, she understood what it was like to be a struggling writer.