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CBC: Crown’s ‘very thin case’ against Raymond Cormier made conviction unlikely, lawyers say

February 23, 2018 — 
Law professor David Milward provides some context to a recent CBC story on the trail of Raymond Currie

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Wpg Sun: U of M, UMFA want ‘unfair’ labour board ruling reviewed

February 22, 2018 — 
A recent labour board ruling that found the University of Manitoba committed “unfair” labour practices prior to a 2016 strike could be reviewed.

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Globe and Mail: Do workers prefer older or younger leaders?

February 20, 2018 — 
"My [older] executive education students are trying to figure out how to reach and motivate their new employees, and my [younger] MBA and even undergrad hotshots are worrying about how to handle being the boss of someone who is their parents' age,"

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Wpg Free Press: A bold new wave of electrification

February 16, 2018 — 
The time has come for a second, deeper wave of electrification

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Faculty of Architecture

Local architectural intern wins Indigenous housing award

February 14, 2018 — 
Evan Taylor,(B.E.D.) wins 2nd prize in the Architects Without Borders Indigenous Housing Competition

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Globe and Mail: How the death of Colten Boushie allowed a myth to be told in court

February 14, 2018 — 
U of M professors dissect a story, told since settler's days, that was recast in court

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Faculty of Law

Law Professors prove a valuable resource for information on juries following Stanley verdict

February 13, 2018 — 
Faculty of Law professors research sheds light on legal issues

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Wpg Free Press: Hundreds attend peace rally after acquittal verdict in shooting death of Boushie

February 12, 2018 — 
'We are here today to commit to a spirit of change'

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CTV: Research looks to link almonds to a healthy gut

February 8, 2018 — 
One of the most consumed nuts in North America is under the microscope at the Richardson Centre for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals.

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CBC: Fitness instructor gives seniors a healthy fear of falls, then helps prevent them

February 5, 2018 — 
The number of deaths related to falls among older adults is rising, and not just because the proportion of seniors in the Canadian population is increasing, said University of Manitoba kinesiology professor Jonathan Singer.

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