Indigenous News Archive
March 19, 2020 —
'If we want to increase certainty and promote peaceful relations, protecting the rights of Indigenous peoples must be the basis for this renewed relationship'
March 18, 2020 —
A Rady Faculty of Health Sciences research team was awarded $1.6 million dollars from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) for a multipronged project focused on rheumatoid arthritis in First Nations people that will include a clinical trial to see whether the combination of turmeric, omega-3 and vitamin D can reduce the risk of the autoimmune disease
March 17, 2020 —
For two recipients of this year’s Indigenous Awards of Excellence, the award had an added significance, as they were able to share their achievement with their spouse. PhD student Amanda Fowler-Woods Community Health Sciences and associate professor Dr. Melinda Fowler-Woods were both recipients in student and faculty categories respectively.
March 11, 2020 —
Family, friends and community gathered this week to celebrate 10 recipients of the Indigenous Awards of Excellence.
March 6, 2020 —
As this year’s International Women’s Day calls for a more gender-equal world, we’re celebrating our own UM alumnae whose perseverance led to incredible contributions for Manitoba, Canada, and the world
March 6, 2020 —
Two University of Manitoba researchers have received nearly $1 million in COVID-19 Rapid Response Program funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research for research projects that focus on public health responses in Indigenous populations.
March 3, 2020 —
North America’s Indigenous people face many health disparities, much of which can be traced back to colonization of their land by European settlers, says the keynote speaker of this year’s upcoming Helen Glass Research Symposium
February 28, 2020 —
Robson Hall Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba is pleased to host the 26th Kawaskimhon National Moot, March 6-7, 2020. Manitoba’s law school will be welcoming law students from across Canada to participate in this consensus-based, non-adversarial moot that incorporates Indigenous legal traditions alongside federal, provincial and international law.
Lessons Learned report released following review of the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement
February 21, 2020 —
Informed by Residential School Survivors from across the country, a report released this week outlines lessons learned in reviewing the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement (IRSSA)
February 20, 2020 —
Dr. Fred Shore began teaching at 20-years old. Now, as he approaches his last semester in the classroom, he reflects on his journey and the changes he's helped shape in the UM community.