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Pride Week News Archive

Asper School of Business

Pride, a celebration of authenticity free from fear

May 30, 2024 — 
You might say that Asper BComm alum Kevin Chamagua [BComm(Hons)/18] runs a small business outside of his fulltime role as a Property and Casualty Specialist at Columbia Insurance, leveraging his Asper education in unique ways. He invests time, money and creative energy into this side gig; creating business plans, doing his own marketing, networking and managing a busy schedule for Marquesa, who is actually much more than a business.

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People hold a large UM Pride flag on Memorial Avenue in Winnipeg. Photo from the Winnipeg Pride Parade 2022.

Come together for Pride 2024!

May 21, 2024 — 
Take the opportunity to gather and celebrate our pride with UM’s diverse communities! View a list of activities happening at UM during Pride Week 2024.

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Reimagining UM’s Pride experience

January 4, 2024 — 
As Pride evolves, so too should our visual experience and the look and feel of UM Pride. To help guide us on how UM should be represented and reflected at Pride, we want to hear from you, our community.

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Two-Spirit Métis Elder Charlotte Nolin poses for a photo at an event.


Two-Spirit Métis Elder encourages community to choose love and acceptance

June 2, 2023 — 
Two-Spirit Elder Charlotte Nolin is an elder in residence at Ongomiizwin – Indigenous Institute of Health and Healing at the University of Manitoba. She is an Indigenous person of Métis ancestry – Oji-Cree and French – a survivor of the “Sixties Scoop” and a member of the 2SLGBTQQIA+ community. Through her role with the University, Elder Nolin looks to her own journey to help others.  

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