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Scott Neigh | Cam Scott, Irene Bindi, and Daniel Friesen talk about the work of Police-Free Schools Winnipeg.
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Image: By Vivienne Ho. Used with permission of Millennium For All.
Scott Neigh | Joe Curnow and Bronwyn Dobchuk-Land talk about the work of Millennium For All to challenge airport-like security measures instituted earlier this year at the public library in downtown Winnipeg.
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Caravan of Love walk in support of immigrants and refugees. Photo: Fibonacci Blue/Flickr
Karen Hamilton, Krista Johnston | Winnipeg has an important leadership role to play by making our city a truly welcoming community for all residents, regardless of immigration status.
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Esplanade Riel Pedestrian Bridge in Winnipeg. Photo: Travel Manitoba/Flickr
Lynne Fernandez | Can the Alternative Municipal Budget capture the imagination of Winnipeggers? As climate change, our infrastructure deficit and inequality escalate, our collective future depends on it.
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Photo: IRCOM staff and participants via Policyfix
Jill Bucklaschuk | The Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba (IRCOM) stands out as an exemplary model in the fight to seek sustainable and healthy housing solutions as it builds inclusive communities.
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Screenshot from Culture and Oppression video via YouTube
Jim Silver, Elizabeth Comack | The death of Larry Morrissette is a major loss, not only to his family and friends but also to the many people he worked with to re-build Winnipeg's inner city and revitalize Indigenous cultures.
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Photo: Dano/flickr
Lynne Fernandez | This fall Winnipeg City Council will determine the future of waste collection. While garbage is generally not a "sexy" topic, there are many reasons why the public should be paying attention.
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Scott Neigh | Sofia Soriano and David Camfield talk about the work of a new multi-issue, grassroots group called Solidarity Winnipeg.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Conservatives meet in Vancouver and hear their outgoing leader boast that he has bequeathed them a party in great shape, poised to return to power. When Liberals gather we can expect sunny ways.
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Jim Silver | Government policy can be designed to punish those in poverty, or to reduce poverty. We can compare these approaches in Manitoba by examining Winnipeg's inner city.
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Lynne Fernandez | With the beginning of investment in maintenance trades staff and Winnipeg's bus fleet, there's reason to be cautiously optimistic that Winnipeg Transit's fortunes are slowly changing.
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Lynne Fernandez | A new Errol Black Chair paper explains how a combination of governmental policies and initiatives in Manitoba allows social enterprises to reduce carbon emissions while employing inner city workers.