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2 Killer whales swimming in the open water (photo: Dianne Maddox)

Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources

APTN: New report says there could be negative impacts as sub-Arctic killer whales move north

June 21, 2024 — 
New report says there could be negative impacts as sub-Arctic killer whales move north

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a woman with long brown hair wearing a cream sweater, filling out her voting ballot.

Faculty of Arts

CTV Winnipeg: Manitoba Tories in difficult position following byelection loss: professor

June 20, 2024 — 
Manitoba Tories in difficult position following byelection loss: professor

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Mostafa Fayek

Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources

Winnipeg Free Press: U of M researchers, exploration firms team up for lithium hunt

June 20, 2024 — 
U of M researchers, exploration firms team up for lithium hunt

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Faculty of Arts

Winnipeg Free Press: Governments need to work together in addressing root causes of crime: Gillingham

June 19, 2024 — 
Governments need to work together in addressing root causes of crime: Gillingham

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The Conversation: ‘Decolonizing Lens’: Winnipeg and virtual film series reflects the beauty of Indigenous worldviews

June 19, 2024 — 
Decolonizing Lens is a film and discussion series based in Winnipeg that brings together Indigenous filmmakers, their films and audiences as a form of public education.

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Man with short brown hair, grey short beard, big smile and a dark blue collared shirt.

Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences

Winnipeg Free Press: Filling farm fertilizer footprint

June 18, 2024 — 
Filling farm fertilizer footprint

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Research and International

The Conversation: Respectful canoeing means acknowledging Indigenous authority over the land and water

June 17, 2024 — 
June 26 is National Canoe Day in Canada, and I think we should keep Taylor’s critique in mind as we consider how best to celebrate canoeing and all it offers. As an object and pastime that has been adopted and appropriated by settler Canadians as a national symbol, Taylor makes it clear there is a debt owed to Indigenous people for this appropriation.

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Woman with short blonde hair wearing a cream colour v-neck sweater holding a blue book and sitting in front of a book case.

Faculty of Arts

Winnipeg Free Press: Licensed to fail

June 17, 2024 — 
Winnipeg Free Press: Licensed to fail

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A man with red hair and glasses, wearing a light blue button down shirt and dark blue suit. He is standing in front of a building.

Faculty of Law

CBC News: How Manitoba’s public guardian system leaves people feeling trapped, stripped of their rights and helpless

June 13, 2024 — 
How Manitoba's public guardian system leaves people feeling trapped, stripped of their rights and helpless

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2 polar bears walking on snow and near melting water

Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources

Reuters: Record low May sea ice rings alarm bells for Canada’s Hudson Bay polar bears

June 13, 2024 — 
Record low May sea ice rings alarm bells for Canada's Hudson Bay polar bears

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