pride News Archive
July 26, 2022 —
Check out these photos from Campus Beautification, Pride flag-raising and Sneaker Day
May 30, 2022 —
Progress Pride Flag to permanently fly on the Fort Garry and Bannatyne campuses; join us at the Pride Parade
May 27, 2022 —
The Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion at the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences is hosting a community of practice event to discuss advocacy and positive solutions for 2SLGBTQIA+ people who have been marginalized and discriminated against when seeking health-care services.
May 27, 2022 —
Let's get outdoors together and make our campuses a beautiful place to work, study and visit
May 18, 2022 —
The University of Manitoba’s celebrations for Pride 2022 are back and include the Pride Community of Practice EDI Event on May 30, the flag-raising ceremony on June 1 and the Pride Winnipeg Festival and Parade on June 5
May 11, 2022 —
Lots to look forward to with upcoming Campus Beautification Days, THRIVE and Pride flag raising
September 22, 2021 —
Prominent 2SLGBTQIA+ community members discussed their perspectives on challenges with the health care system at the virtual Pride 2021 Town Hall September 13. The event, Creating Positive Change in Health Care – A 2SLGBTQIA+ Perspective, was presented by the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) at the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences. The virtual panel discussion was moderated by Ellie Caslake, a transgender women, artist and EDI project developer and included four panelists who took turns answering Caslake’s questions on a range of health-related topics.
June 22, 2021 —
We are proud to celebrate Pride Month and the 2SLGBTQ+ community this June, and year-round. Though we cannot be celebrating in the streets with parades and marches this year we will continue to celebrate and acknowledge the rich history of Pride and the resilience of the 2SLGBTQ+ community.
Signs of improvement, but further work needed to create more inclusive secondary schools: 2SLGBTQ report
June 21, 2021 —
New research shows that, while there have been some important improvements in the last decade, there is still a long way to go in creating safer and more accepting Canadian schools for Two Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning (2SLGBTQ) youths