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Expanded UWinnipeg Daycare Makes Room for 32 More Children

Expanded UWinnipeg Daycare Makes Room for 32 More Children

By Sarah Klein

UWinnipeg Daycare
UWSA Daycare staff and children play in one of the daycare’s new infant rooms. (CLEO CURTIS / UWSA)

WINNIPEG — Fewer children are on the waitlist to join daycare at the University of Winnipeg following the recent opening of a new building expansion.

The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) Daycare added 2,370 sq. ft. of space earlier this month to accommodate up to 128 infants and pre-schoolers and adds eight early childhood educators to the centre’s full-time staff. The new addition adds room for 32 more children.

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Two People Stabbed at University of Winnipeg

Two People Stabbed at University of Winnipeg

Winnipeg Police CrestTwo people were stabbed at the University of Winnipeg Thursday night.

Police say a 19-year-old man was approached by another man with a knife who demanded his laptop at around 8:20 p.m. The victim held onto his computer, but the suspect took his cell phone instead and stabbed him in the upper body before walking away.

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Dr. Jane Goodall Receives Honorary Degree from University of Winnipeg

Dr. Jane Goodall Receives Honorary Degree from University of Winnipeg

Dr. Jane Goodall
Dr. Annette Trimbee, president and vice-chancellor of the University of Winnipeg, Dr. Jane Goodall and Dr. Carol Colorado, chair of the board of directors of the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada. (UWINNIPEG / HANDOUT)

Primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall received an honorary doctor of laws degree Friday from the University of Winnipeg.

Holding her favourite stuffed chimpanzee during the ceremony, Goodall was acknowledged for her lifetime of work dedicated to conservation.

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University of Winnipeg Turns 50

University of Winnipeg Turns 50

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Dr. Annette Trimbee, president and vice-chancellor, and mascot Wes Lee hold the original Charter signed by Premier Duff Roblin on September 15, 1967. (UWINNIPEG / HANDOUT)

The University of Winnipeg has turned the big 5-0.

Premier Duff Roblin signed the University Charter on September 15, 1967 — the day UWinnipeg became a university. At that time, the student population was only 3,008 and tuition for a full course load in arts or science was $407.

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Wesmen Classic Expanded to Be More Gender, Sport Inclusive

Wesmen Classic Expanded to Be More Gender, Sport Inclusive

By Brian Schultz

UWinnipeg Wesmen
The University of Winnipeg Wesmen Classic will be more gender- and sport-inclusive beginning later this year. (WESMEN.CA)

The annual University of Winnipeg Wesmen Classic has expanded to a more gender- and sport-inclusive format.

The expanded tournament, which begins this December, will now include women’s basketball, as well as men’s and women’s volleyball, which join the existing men’s basketball tournament.

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Police Charge U of W Bathroom Creep with Voyeurism

Police Charge U of W Bathroom Creep with Voyeurism

University of Winnipeg Suspect
A 22-year-old Winnipeg man has been charged after police say he walked into a women’s washroom at the University of Winnipeg on June 13 and looked underneath stall doors. (WPS / HANDOUT)

Winnipeg police have arrested a man accused of looking underneath the stalls of a women’s washroom at the University of Winnipeg earlier this month.

A 22-year-old Winnipeg man is facing voyeurism charges after police say he crawled on the washroom floor looking under stall doors on June 13.

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Wesmen Basketball Recruits Sisler’s Don Dayrit

Wesmen Basketball Recruits Sisler’s Don Dayrit

Don Dayrit
Wesmen basketball recruit Don Dayrit with head coach Mike Raimbault (UWINNIPEG WESMEN)

Sisler Spartans’ Don Dayrit has committed to the University of Wesmen men’s basketball team.

The 6’0″ guard is a Winnipeg native and averaged 27.9 points and four rebounds per game while connecting on 48 percent from the field and 84 percent from the free throw line.

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UWinnipeg Wesmen Eliminating Three Teams Due to Provincial Belt-Tightening

UWinnipeg Wesmen Eliminating Three Teams Due to Provincial Belt-Tightening

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University of Winnipeg Wesmen mascot Wes Lee Coyote (KELLY MORTON PHOTO)

The University of Winnipeg Wesmen athletics program is just one area at UWinnipeg forced to make budget cuts amid direction of the provincial government.

The UWinnipeg Board of Governors approved its 2017-18 operating budget on Monday night, which included $3.7 million in cost-cutting measures.

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