health and wellness News Archive
December 3, 2018 —
Suggestions to make your holiday season a little easier on the wallet and on the planet
November 22, 2018 —
When was the last time you went shopping? Was it for something essential, like groceries, or something that could be considered a luxury? If you’re the average consumer, it likely wasn’t that long ago. How about the last time you went an entire day without buying anything, can you remember? In today’s modern society it’s very common for shopping to be pursued as a leisure activity, a way to take one’s mind off the big picture and relax for awhile.
October 12, 2018 —
Disposable coffee cups are a big problem not only for the U of M, but also across the globe. The university community can do its part to prevent more disposable coffee cups from ending up in the landfill.
October 12, 2018 —
The most recent addition to composting on campus starts Oct. 15, 2018. The Arts Student Body Council (ASBC), in partnership with the Office of Sustainability, is beginning a compost pilot project with Compost Winnipeg. The pilot project will be kept in motion by student sustainability ambassador volunteers and will be maintained by ASBC and the Office of Sustainability.
October 1, 2018 —
Range of free events open to all staff, students, faculty and the greater university community
September 18, 2018 —
The Health, Leisure and Human Performance Research Institute's Research Seminar Series kicks off it's 2018-19 season Friday, Sept. 21 with a presentation from University of Saskatchewan's Dr. Jon Farthing.
September 7, 2018 —
As you dive into studying and other activities on campus, it is a great time to take note of the supports and services that are available to students
August 30, 2018 —
The cost of traveling alone by car may be too much for some, and perhaps choosing to walk, bike, or bus is too confusing. If this sounds familiar, GoManitoba is the app for you.
June 11, 2018 —
This year, 630 University of Manitoba participants logged over 43,000km of sustainable commuting which avoided almost 7,000kg of CO2.