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Join the momentum on April 4

March 31, 2024 — 
Celebrate UM’s new strategic plan at community launch event

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Communications, marketing and advancement support at your fingertips

March 26, 2024 — 
Access to External Relations toolkits is available on UM Intranet

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Ellis building to reopen April 1

March 25, 2024 — 
Please be advised that Ellis Building has been evacuated and will be closed until further notice.

Mandatory training for employees will make UM more accessible for all

March 18, 2024 — 
Complete your Accessibility Training (Information and Communication Standard) by May 1

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U of M's Assistive Technology Lab.

A shared responsibility: Employees to help ensure accessibility of UM information

March 5, 2024 — 
Spring project will fulfill legislation compliance requirements

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Update on ongoing sewer crossing repair at Fort Garry Bridge

February 21, 2024 — 
To support the repair work City officials have requested that residences and businesses in South Winnipeg reduce their water use, including the University of Manitoba.

Library Life Pulse Survey


Taking the pulse of the Libraries

February 20, 2024 — 
The University Libraries would like your help to gain some insight about how you use the Libraries’ facilities as well our services and collections. 


A group of UM campus community members gather indoors in chairs for a Louis Riel Day celebration.


Celebrating Louis Riel

February 6, 2024 — 
This year’s Louis Riel Day marks the first celebration since the introduction of a bill to recognize Riel as Manitoba’s honorary first premier. UM Today spoke with three members of the Métis community at the University of Manitoba about the significance of the recognition. 

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A man is wrapped in a star blanket by two Elders at a recognition ceremony.


Call for nominations: Honouring our Indigenous Campus Community

February 2, 2024 — 
The Office of the Vice-President (Indigenous) is delighted to once again offer an opportunity to honour and celebrate the members of the Indigenous campus community at UM that are working each day to make a difference at this university.  In its eighth year, the Honouring our Indigenous Campus Community recognition ceremony is a celebration of the outstanding achievements and contributions of Indigenous students, faculty and support staff across UM campuses. 

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Angie Bruce wearing a black jacket and fuchsia top and wearing beaded earrings.


Angie Bruce appointed UM’s new Vice-President (Indigenous)

February 1, 2024 — 
Angie Bruce has been appointed Vice-President (Indigenous) of the University of Manitoba. Her term commenced February 1, 2024.

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