Speaking UP Fall 2021 Series

On December 16th at 7pm:Aimée Craft, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of OttawaTreaty 1: Being of the Land After seven generations (150 years) of rocky treaty implementation of Treaty One, we need to consider what it means …

The Manitoba Government Has Its Head Stuck in the Sand When it Comes to Protecting the Source of Southeastern Manitoba’s Drinking Water

A version of this article was printed by the Winnipeg Free Press September 21, 2021 By Don Sullivan

Speaking Up Homelessness: Supporting our Unsheltered Relatives

October 14, 7 – 8:15 pm Join us for our first in a series of fall presentations! Homelessness: Supporting our Unsheltered Relatives The pandemic has changed many aspects of life but for many people in Winnipeg their lives …

The Automatic Trigger For an Environmental Review Not so Automatic

Image credit: Discover the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada video

Provincial call for Winnipeg Public-Private Partnership for Sewage Stinks

By Molly McCracken

Time to flush P3 process for waste plant

By Saku Pinta

Education Property Tax Cuts Worsen Income Inequality in Manitoba

By Molly McCracken

How this tax season has impacted poverty

By Jerry Buckland

Where did all the vaccines go?

By Pete Hudson

Attacks on Public Education: Lessons for Manitoba

The Provincial overhaul of K – 12 Education removes local democratic oversight of education, starves the system of funding, and will reinforce systemic racism. How have other jurisdictions fought back against similar threats? Please join us for this …