Events

25th Annual Homo Hop : Rainbows, sparkles & Glitter, OH MY!

November 6th, 2018

Tickets for the 25th Annual Homo Hop are now available fr $10 advance at Rainbow Lounge! Come dressed in your best because best costume gets a prize!
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Tickets are for $10 advance and available at the Rainbow Lounge or at the Info Booth! Email rainbowlounge@theuwsa.ca for more info!

 

Student Group Fair - October 29

October 26th, 2018

Whether you’re new to school, looking to get more involved with the UWSA or want to meet people with similar interests, there is a student group for you! Come down to the Riddell Hall Cafeteria on Monday and learn all about the different student groups on campus!

Check out all the student groups here! 

MEDIA INDIGENA Live!

October 16th, 2018

Two days to go! Join us in welcoming MEDIA INDIGENA to the campus as they record a LIVE episode of their podcast. Venue is accessible, Tickets are free, and ASL interpreters will be present!

Featuring round-table regulars Rick Harp and Kim TallBear, this special event will also feature extra-special guest round-tabler Tim Fontaine, Editor-in-Grand-Chief of Walking Eagle News!

Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall @ The University of Winnipeg | 6.30 PM onwards

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13 Fires Winnipeg Water

July 6th, 2016

13 FiresYou are invited to participate in an ongoing dialogue about water rights through 13 Fires Winnipeg.

13 Fires, and the “Reflects in Water” art action invite the public to share in a dialogue about water rights during this month’s Water Fire event. This collaborative event will take place on July 16th at the Stephen Juba Park (Waterfront Drive) from 2:00-5:00pm, and will focus on the lack of clean and accessible water in many First Nations communities across Canada, with a particular spotlight on Shoal Lake 40 First Nation.

During the afternoon, 13 Fires will present speakers from Shoal Lake and Winnipeg water activists, and will facilitate sharing circles about water, while “Reflects in Water” invites the public to participate in creating water stencils along Winnipeg’s Waterfront active transportation route using unpotable water acquired directly from Shoal Lake.

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