The University of Manitoba has named Dr. Michael Benarroch as its 12th president and vice-chancellor.
Benarroch was raised in Winnipeg and takes over for Dr. David Barnard, who will complete his 12 years of service as U of M president next summer.
Winnipeg’s largest food bank is helping to ensure more schoolchildren don’t go hungry on weekends.
Winnipeg Harvest is tripling its Breakfast2Go program, expanding it from Mulvey School in Wolseley to Pinkham School and Victor H. L. Wyatt School.
Winnipeg students in kindergarten to Grade 8 are learning the value of being kind to others.
The Winnipeg Police Association launched the eighth annual Cool 2Be Kind campaign Tuesday with the help of 200 students at Fort Rouge School.
The college says the new policy is part of its “commitment to provide a healthy environment for its students, employees and visitors where they can work, learn, study and live.”
WINNIPEG — More than 100 new nurses joined the profession during a pinning ceremony Thursday at the University of Manitoba.
The convocation saw 114 new graduates recite the U of M Bachelor of Nursing pledge, which was inspired by the 1893 Florence Nightingale Pledge and has been adapted by the university.
Manitoba RCMP were kept busy this week responding to four separate threats at schools throughout the province.
The Mounties are now urging parents to talk to their children about the seriousness of uttering threats and bringing weapons to school.