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TLC, a painted bronze sculpture of a female bison and her calf.

Donor Relations

Fafard bison sculpture joins the herd

February 21, 2024 — 
UM alum Anita Ross recently donated a painted bronze sculpture by artist and UM alum Joe Fafard to the University of Manitoba. The piece, called TLC, is of a female bison and her calf.

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MacLeans: A Killer Among Them

February 21, 2024 — 
MacLeans: A Killer Among Them

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The Canadian Press: Staffer severance payments reach $1.7M after Manitoba government changes hands

February 20, 2024 — 
Staffer severance payments reach $1.7M after Manitoba government changes hands

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Faculty of Arts

Globe and Mail: Poilievre would ‘work towards meeting’ 2-per-cent NATO target

February 15, 2024 — 
Poilievre would ‘work towards meeting’ 2-per-cent NATO target

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CBC The Current: Matt Galloway hosts a live show in Winnipeg, exploring the issues that matter to Manitobans and resonate across Canada

February 14, 2024 — 
Matt Galloway hosts a live show in Winnipeg, exploring the issues that matter to Manitobans and resonate across Canada

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Health care team and patient in bed.

Faculty of Arts

Winnipeg Free Press: Medical legal coverage raises flags

February 12, 2024 — 
Medical legal coverage raises flags

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UM Knowledge Exchange panel.

Research and International

Next Steps with Generative AI

February 12, 2024 — 
On January 31 more than 200 people gathered for the Next Steps with Generative AI, the second installment in the seven-part UM Knowledge Exchange.

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Master of Human Rights program students who just presented their practicum prapers and thesis reports pose for a group photo

Faculty of Law

Master of Human Rights program 2024 Symposium showcases research on important topics

February 9, 2024 — 
The Master of Human Rights program’s annual Symposium took place on Wednesday, January 25, 2024 at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The symposium gives students enrolled in both the interdisciplinary graduate degree’s practicum and thesis streams an opportunity to present their research and share field experience gained from their respective placement sites.

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The Conversation: Rethinking masculinity: Teaching men how to love and be loved

February 9, 2024 — 
How will young men learn to love when many messages seem to be either focused on what is wrong with them — or how they can dominate?

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CBC Manitoba: Caspian on the hook for $21.5M after city drops claims against other defendants in Winnipeg police HQ case

February 8, 2024 — 
Caspian on the hook for $21.5M after city drops claims against other defendants in Winnipeg police HQ case

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