Austerity, round two

By Jesse Hajer

The sky will not fall with a higher minimum wage

By Chris Rigaux and Tanya Andrusieczko First published in the Winnipeg Free Press September 23, 2019 September 10th’s election results were disappointing for progressive Manitobans who were looking for a decisive shift towards economic justice. We face four …

Canadian Premium Sand Frac Sand Mining Project About to Hit Financial Wall

By Don Sullivan

UNSPUN 2019: Meth, Harm Reduction spark debate this Manitoba Election

By Ellen Smirl

UNSPUN 2019: What About the Environment?

By Heather Fast and Glen Koroluk

Futures Forward Enhancement Project: Qualitative Research of Youth Housing First Pilot Project

By Rachel Antonia Dunsmore

Re-establishing their Lives: Issues Relating to Affordable Housing for Women and their Children Escaping Violent Relationships in Northern Manitoba.

By Allison Groening, Colin Bonnycastle,  Marleny Bonnycastle, Kendra Nixon and Judith Hughes

Red River College Decision Part of a Pattern of Bad Decision-Making

By Paul Moist and Jim Silver

Time to move forward with respect

By Marcel Hardisty First published in the Winnipeg Free Press June 5, 2019 For the last 100 days Camp Morningstar has nurtured a sacred fire on Hollow Water First Nation traditional territory in order to provide balanced information …

MB Liquor Between Rock and Hard Place

By Lynne Fernandez The issuance of mandate letters to provincial crown corporations has put management and staff on notice, warning that “the old way of doing things” is over. The preamble for all the letters is the same, …