government News Archive
February 24, 2022 —
The University of Manitoba has received an increase to our provincial operating grant to support the proposed expansion of nursing seats in the College of Nursing
March 12, 2021 —
In a landmark acknowledgment of the growing health-care autonomy of Indigenous Peoples, the federal government has given an Indigenous health institute at the University of Manitoba responsibility for leading the COVID-19 vaccination project in all 63 Manitoba First Nations
May 15, 2020 —
“This new support from the federal government will allow essential research being done at UM to continue during the pandemic”
April 23, 2020 —
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled the government’s comprehensive support for post-secondary students and recent graduates.
January 29, 2020 —
The Manitoba government will be investing $3.8 million to expand Neecheewam Inc.’s Winnipeg facility and improve access to Indigenous-led healing, care, and treatment services to sexually exploited youth.
December 2, 2019 —
Jobs, tax base, economic development and tourism among direct benefits from University of Manitoba
August 12, 2019 —
Seven U of M research projects aimed at testing new technologies and techniques to improve our responses to oil spills have been funded by the federal government
June 11, 2019 —
Province invests $2.5M in James W. Burns Leadership Institute
March 19, 2019 —
'This new budget recognizes the contributions universities like ours make'