Creating Pathways News Archive
May 2, 2019 —
When did you last see your privilege? If you’re white, you may never have even glimpsed it. But our alumni, faculty and students are finding ways to expose it. Prepare to get uncomfortable.
October 24, 2018 —
It can happen anywhere, anytime—the type of joy, loss or discovery that changes you. Meet five members of our University of Manitoba community who take us back to the places, and the moments, where they found what they were looking for.
May 1, 2018 —
Walk with alumnus Mitch Bourbonniere, who knows that a life’s work is more than what we do for a living. He helped create the Bear Clan foot patrol so Winnipeg’s most vulnerable aren’t alone in the cold. From a career, he found a calling.
May 1, 2017 —
They found a ray of light in the unthinkable dark. How three members of our University of Manitoba community who asked themselves ‘Why am I here?’ turned hardship into stories of hope, and changed national conversations.
May 1, 2017 —
The Bentwood Box sits in a sunny alcove overlooking the Red River and easily commands the attention of the room, as it has done throughout the emotional journey that brought it here.
September 26, 2016 —
With every new wave of Indigenous leadership there is more opportunity, more progress and more transformation. We asked several of our Indigenous alumni to share their thoughts on being an Indigenous leader in 2016.
May 3, 2016 —
How we’re reconstructing Indigenous education for all Canadians.