WINNIPEG — A three-kilometre walk today is stepping up support for Ronald McDonald House Charities Manitoba.
The 4th annual Red Shoe Crew Walk kicks off from the Smartpark Event Centre on the University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus at 1:35 p.m.
The University of Manitoba has appointed a group of directors to oversee the development of the Southwood Lands, a former golf course adjacent to the Fort Garry campus.
The board of UM Properties GP Inc. will be chaired by Bob Silver, president and co-owner of Western Glove Works.
WINNIPEG — What a year it was for Manitoba Bisons‘ Venla Hovi.
Fresh off a bronze medal win for Team Finland at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, the University of Manitoba hockey forward returned to her local rink and helped propel the team to a national championship win.
It’s a pretty big deal to capture a national women’s hockey championship. Doing it for the first time in the program’s history? Even bigger.
To celebrate the accomplishments this season of the University of Manitoba Bisons, a celebratory breakfast will be held Friday in UMSU University Centre.
By The Canadian Press
LONDON, Ont. – The top-ranked Manitoba Bisons have won their first U Sports women’s hockey title.
Lauren Taraschuk stopped all 20 shots she faced as Manitoba blanked the Western Mustangs 2-0 on Sunday in the championship.
By Donna Spencer, The Canadian Press
The University of Manitoba women’s hockey team knows what it is to go the distance and then some.
The Bisons won a conference playoff game in quadruple overtime en route to the Canadian university women’s hockey championship starting Thursday in London, Ont.
Six University of Manitoba business students are trading in their beds for a tent and some cardboard this week in an effort to raise funds and awareness for homeless Winnipeggers.
The annual 5 Days for the Homeless campaign consists of participants sleeping outside of the U of M’s University Centre from March 12-16.
WINNIPEG — A biologist at CancerCare Manitoba and the University of Manitoba has been awarded the first Terry Fox New Investigator award in the province.
Dr. Sachin Katyal is the recipient of the $450,000 grant for his “quick-toclinic” personalized medicine approach to better treat patients with glioblastoma multiforme (GBM).