Science & Technology
By Roger Currie on June 23, 2017
As Churchill residents ask, “What about us?”, many in the south are silent.
By Deanna Ng on June 20, 2017
Universal access is key to building a city and a province where community life flourishes for every citizen, regardless of ability.
By Anne Hawe on June 14, 2017
Canada Games YouthBuild MITT partnership helps reduce ‘To Do’ list for event organizers.
By Roger Currie on June 8, 2017
Public sector firings not so humane or respectful, as Carolyne Buck just found out.
By Stephen Duckett on May 25, 2017
From public funding of pharmaceuticals to national home care and health care efficiency, there’s much to glean from our cousins down under.
By Susan Huebert on May 24, 2017
Posted in Economy & Business, Environment, Food, Health & Safety, Outside Winnipeg, Politics, Science & Technology | Tagged airships, cargo, food costs, ice roads, infrastructure, northern Canada, transportation | Leave a response
As climate change forces the development of alternative methods of shipping goods to the north, airships emerge as a possible option.
By Roger Currie on May 23, 2017
Trolls lurking in global village aim to spread chaos across cyberspace.
By Sandy Klowak on May 16, 2017
Panel of experts to examine how to improve Winnipeg’s transit system.
By Roger Currie on May 12, 2017
Sensible solution would be to build transmission capacity across the provinces.
By Azizah Asgarali on May 10, 2017
Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Economy & Business, Science & Technology | Tagged Anastasia Baran, big data, casions, Global iGaming Summit and Exhibition, Jason Fiege, software, university of manitoba | Leave a response
University of Manitoba scientists win top prize for their AI-based software, Qubist, that optimizes floor layouts for casinos.