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U RadioJul 29, 2022

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U Talk: Christmas Cheer Board
Nov 23, 202320:50
U Talk: Vivek Mehmi

U Talk: Vivek Mehmi

Creativity takes a lot of work. When looking at musicians, you must write, perform, edit, and promote yourself, which only scratches the surface. It can take a toll mentally and physically, leading to burnout, so finding balance is vital.

With festivals, events, and new music, Vivek Mehmi, an Ontario musician, is always working on that balance.

Nov 17, 202327:51
U Talk: WILD Outside
Nov 16, 202315:12
U Talk: Dr. Denise Koh

U Talk: Dr. Denise Koh

Sometimes, we take things around us for granted. We often need to remember that people are working behind the scenes, making a difference. Luckily, sometimes, those individuals receive the recognition they deserve.

Dr. Denise Koh was the recipient of the FWN's 2023 Most Influential Filipina Woman in the World Award. She and other doctors also collaborated on a new book examining AI in the healthcare system.

Nov 09, 202328:24
U Talk: AWOW
Nov 03, 202331:02
We Stand Together: Louis Koszas

We Stand Together: Louis Koszas

Now in his 60s, Louis Koszas remembers his time as a ward of the Children's Aid Society. In and out of many homes, Koszas reflects on some experiences that still affect him today.

⁠⁠⁠https://u-channel.ca/we-stand-together/⁠⁠


Over 130 residential schools operated in Canada. The first federal residential school began around 1883; the last closed in 1996.


We Stand Together invites Indian residential school and day school survivors, 60's Scoop, and intergenerational survivors to share their truth. This project is an opportunity for those on their journeys of healing to share their experiences and perspectives so all can learn about the effects of residential and day schools and the challenges Indigenous communities still face.


U Multicultural is located on Treaty 1 territory, the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.


This project has been made possible by the Government of Canada through Canadian Heritage.

Oct 31, 202320:51
We Stand Together: Kelly Houle

We Stand Together: Kelly Houle

Kelly Houle's family is from Sandy Bay First Nation, but she has lived in Winnipeg most of her life. Houle has had a difficult life, struggling with mental health and addictions after the abuse she experienced within the Canadian residential school System.

https://u-channel.ca/we-stand-together/⁠⁠


Over 130 residential schools operated in Canada. The first federal residential school began around 1883; the last closed in 1996.


We Stand Together invites Indian residential school and day school survivors, 60's Scoop, and intergenerational survivors to share their truth. This project is an opportunity for those on their journeys of healing to share their experiences and perspectives so all can learn about the effects of residential and day schools and the challenges Indigenous communities still face.


U Multicultural is located on Treaty 1 territory, the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.


This project has been made possible by the Government of Canada through Canadian Heritage.

Oct 31, 202323:53
We Stand Together: Gramma Shingoose

We Stand Together: Gramma Shingoose

Geraldine "Gramma" Shingoose is a residential school survivor who attended Muscowequan Residential School from 1962 to 1971. An Elder in her community, she has seen the effects of residential school, day school, the 60s Scoop, racism, and discrimination on the Indigenous peoples of Canada.

⁠⁠⁠https://u-channel.ca/we-stand-together/⁠⁠


Over 130 residential schools operated in Canada. The first federal residential school began around 1883; the last closed in 1996.


We Stand Together invites Indian residential school and day school survivors, 60's Scoop, and intergenerational survivors to share their truth. This project is an opportunity for those on their journeys of healing to share their experiences and perspectives so all can learn about the effects of residential and day schools and the challenges Indigenous communities still face.


U Multicultural is located on Treaty 1 territory, the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.


This project has been made possible by the Government of Canada through Canadian Heritage.

Oct 31, 202335:43
We Stand Together: Gloria

We Stand Together: Gloria

Gloria is an intergenerational survivor and a survivor of the 60s Scoop. Her late mother was a survivor of the Canadian Indian residential school system. Gloria experienced tremendous discrimination and racism growing up, experiencing it from the nuns who taught on the reserve and from classmates when she eventually moved to Winnipeg.

https://u-channel.ca/we-stand-together/⁠⁠


Over 130 residential schools operated in Canada. The first federal residential school began around 1883; the last closed in 1996.

We Stand Together invites Indian residential school and day school survivors, 60's Scoop, and intergenerational survivors to share their truth. This project is an opportunity for those on their journeys of healing to share their experiences and perspectives so all can learn about the effects of residential and day schools and the challenges Indigenous communities still face.


U Multicultural is located on Treaty 1 territory, the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.

This project has been made possible by the Government of Canada through Canadian Heritage.

Oct 31, 202318:32
We Stand Together: Diandre Thomas-Hart

We Stand Together: Diandre Thomas-Hart

Diandre Thomas-Hart, Young Woman Who Stands Among The Eagles, was given the Crane Clan and grew up in Winnipeg's North End. She has been urban her entire life. Hart's mother was a 60s Scoop survivor, and her father has many within his family who are survivors of the Indian residential school system.

⁠⁠https://u-channel.ca/we-stand-together/⁠


Over 130 residential schools operated in Canada. The first federal residential school began around 1883; the last closed in 1996.

We Stand Together invites Indian residential school and day school survivors, 60's Scoop, and intergenerational survivors to share their truth. This project is an opportunity for those on their journeys of healing to share their experiences and perspectives so all can learn about the effects of residential and day schools and the challenges Indigenous communities still face.


U Multicultural is located on Treaty 1 territory, the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.


This project has been made possible by the Government of Canada through Canadian Heritage.

Oct 31, 202332:20
We Stand Together: Circles for Reconciliation

We Stand Together: Circles for Reconciliation

Circles for Reconciliation is an organization to establish trusting, meaningful relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. Grace and Debbie from Circles share the fantastic work of the organization and what personal reconciliation looks like.

⁠https://u-channel.ca/we-stand-together/


Over 130 residential schools operated in Canada. The first federal residential school began around 1883; the last closed in 1996.

We Stand Together invites Indian residential school and day school survivors, 60's Scoop, and intergenerational survivors to share their truth. This project is an opportunity for those on their journeys of healing to share their experiences and perspectives so all can learn about the effects of residential and day schools and the challenges Indigenous communities still face.


U Multicultural is located on Treaty 1 territory, the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.

This project has been made possible by the Government of Canada through Canadian Heritage.

Oct 31, 202330:56
U Talk: First Métis Man of Odesa

U Talk: First Métis Man of Odesa

I know it's cliche, but with everything happening in the world, celebrating love, life, and art is more important than ever. First Métis Man of Odesa 🇺🇦is a story that explores just that: the power of love in the bleakest of moments. ❤
Performers and writers Mariya and Matthew and director Lianna explore this inspiring narrative coming to Winnipeg on November 2.

Oct 31, 202324:35
U Talk: Dia de Muertos
Oct 31, 202314:11
Swahili Na Waswahili: Kiza Ngamba
Oct 26, 202318:21
U Talk: Tracy Koga - Breaking Down the Myths

U Talk: Tracy Koga - Breaking Down the Myths

In the modern day, we're bombarded with information over our phones, televisions, and online. With so much flooding our minds, it's hard to discern fact from fiction.

Tracy Koga and filmmaker Junko Bailey want to engage in conversation and break down myths. The two decided to host a panel of four women to hear their stories and explore what's happening outside our bubbles.

Oct 17, 202314:29
A Conversation With Green Party of Manitoba Leader Janine Gibson

A Conversation With Green Party of Manitoba Leader Janine Gibson

Election season is in full swing in Manitoba. Advanced Polling is open until September 30, with voting day for Manitoba's 43rd general provincial election on October 3. But who are the people who may be running the province for the next four years? We invited all of Manitoba's political parties to U Radio to find out.


Janine Gibson is the leader of the Green Party of Manitoba and the candidate for the Wolseley area.


Let's get into it.

Sep 26, 202334:11
Swahili Na Waswahili: Baraka Mulimbwa

Swahili Na Waswahili: Baraka Mulimbwa

Baraka Mulimbwa has built a flourishing commercial and post-construction cleaning company across Winnipeg and Ottawa. Mulimbwa only had a little when he moved to Canada, but he took the knowledge he gained working at a big-box retail store to build his own company and find success.

Host Christiane Dunia finds out more on Swahili Na Waswahili.

Sep 25, 202325:01
U Talk: Afro Fall

U Talk: Afro Fall

Winnipeg has a vibrant Black and African community. However, despite how quickly this community grows, events and festivals celebrating Black and African heritage and culture still need to catch up. Afro Falls is looking to change that.

This Sunday, September 24, the South-End community is gathering for music, food, and fun at the St Norbert's Art Centre.

Sep 23, 202318:19
U Talk: Culture Days Morden
Sep 21, 202320:40
U Talk: Pimootayowin Creators Circle
Sep 21, 202321:26
Swahili Na Waswahili: Solomon Baleke

Swahili Na Waswahili: Solomon Baleke

The new podcast series Swahili Na Waswahili (Swahili and Swahili Speakers) features voices from Winnipeg's growing Swahili community.

Host Christiane Dunia sits down with Solomon Baleke of Winnipeg Swahili TV to learn more about his journey and his efforts in creating a platform for Swahili content.

Sep 19, 202320:31
U Talk: Reel Pride
Sep 18, 202317:18
U Talk: Rainbow Resource Centre
Sep 14, 202333:10
U Talk: Winnipeg VegFest
Sep 08, 202323:40
U Talk: Ana Lía
Sep 01, 202328:06
U Talk: Manitoba Immigrant Employment Council
Aug 16, 202319:19
U Talk: Abilities Manitoba
Aug 14, 202323:14
U Talk: Divya Sharma
Aug 09, 202328:37
U Talk: PegCity Steppers
Aug 04, 202319:13
U Talk: We Can Survive Concert
Aug 02, 202322:51
U Talk: GIFF 2023 - Alan Wong

U Talk: GIFF 2023 - Alan Wong

The Gimli International Film Festival is here. It was such an exciting time to attend the event's opening night, and there's so much more to come.

Let's check in with Alan Wong, GIFF's executive director, to find out what you can expect in the next few days in Gimli.

Jul 27, 202321:31
U Talk: How to Make a Documentary

U Talk: How to Make a Documentary

The Gimli International Film Festival begins today with five days of workshops, films, and community in the small town of Gimli, Manitoba. You may be surprised to find out, but GIFF is the largest film festival in Manitoba.

Let's meet with three directors whose documentary works will be featured at this year's event to kick things off!

Jul 26, 202333:04
U Talk: Winnipeg Indigenous Filmmakers Collective
Jul 21, 202321:45
UM Debate Club - Christy Abraham
Jul 19, 202316:42
U Talk: GIFF 2023 - Catherine Dulude and Anita Lebeau
Jul 18, 202327:25
UM Debate Club - Tharindu

UM Debate Club - Tharindu

Debate is fascinating—the formal discussion on a particular topic in which opposing arguments are put forward.

Skills go beyond just debate and have applications you can utilize throughout life. Let's take a look at the University of Manitoba's debate club, starting with Tharindu. The art of debate and potential solutions to housing are what you can expect on this episode of U Talk.



Jul 12, 202323:03
Radio des Petit Hiboux: Alisa and Dawna Hales-Massé

Radio des Petit Hiboux: Alisa and Dawna Hales-Massé

For the first episode of Radio des Petit Hiboux, learn about France, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, and the Manitoba Francophone community with Alisa and Dawna Hales-Massé!


Do you want to learn more about the French language? Have you ever wondered how many rivets were used on the Eiffel Tower in Paris? Join others as they learn more about the world and learn French along the way in Radio des Petit Hiboux, a French educational program for all ages.

Jul 07, 202306:03
Together We Can: Willson Caetano

Together We Can: Willson Caetano

Willson Caetano, Community Pharmacist.

The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on everyone. But what were those experiences like for our front-line healthcare workers?

Join host Ryan Funk as he learns about the physical and emotional toll put on doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and psychologists of diverse backgrounds and what we all can learn from these experiences on Together We Can.

Jun 30, 202320:38
Together We Can: Sylvia Camara Tavares

Together We Can: Sylvia Camara Tavares

Sylvia Camara Tavares, CDC/IMM Team Manager, Central Team.

The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on everyone. But what were those experiences like for our front-line healthcare workers?

Join host Ryan Funk as he learns about the physical and emotional toll put on doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and psychologists of diverse backgrounds and what we all can learn from these experiences on Together We Can.

Jun 30, 202314:60
Together We Can: Henrique Braga

Together We Can: Henrique Braga

Henrique Braga, Certified School Clinician.

The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on everyone. But what were those experiences like for our front-line healthcare workers?

Join host Ryan Funk as he learns about the physical and emotional toll put on doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and psychologists of diverse backgrounds and what we all can learn from these experiences on Together We Can.

Jun 30, 202314:24
Together We Can: Dr. Eddsel Martinez

Together We Can: Dr. Eddsel Martinez

Dr. Eddsel Martinez, Peadiatric Physician.

The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on everyone. But what were those experiences like for our front-line healthcare workers?

Join host Ryan Funk as he learns about the physical and emotional toll put on doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and psychologists of diverse backgrounds and what we all can learn from these experiences on Together We Can.

Jun 30, 202318:54
Together We Can: Dr. Denise Koh

Together We Can: Dr. Denise Koh

Dr. Denise Koh, Chief Occupational Medical Officer, Workplace Safety and Health.

The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on everyone. But what were those experiences like for our front-line healthcare workers?

Join host Ryan Funk as he learns about the physical and emotional toll put on doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and psychologists of diverse backgrounds and what we all can learn from these experiences on Together We Can.

Jun 30, 202319:39
Together We Can: Dr. Andrea Agostinho

Together We Can: Dr. Andrea Agostinho

Dr. Andrea Agostinho, Family Physician.

The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on everyone. But what were those experiences like for our front-line healthcare workers?

Join host Ryan Funk as he learns about the physical and emotional toll put on doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and psychologists of diverse backgrounds and what we all can learn from these experiences on Together We Can.

Jun 30, 202317:14
Cree: Denise McGillvary E2

Cree: Denise McGillvary E2

Denise McGillvary is a Cree Indigenous woman, mother, and grandmother out of Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Treaty 5 Territory. Swampy Cree is the dialect in her community. She has been an urbanized Indigenous person for about 25 years. In that time, she has been able to learn and understand Indigenous cultures from many different perspectives and respectfully utilizes and shares what she has learned.


Jun 30, 202316:47
Cree: Denise McGillvary E1

Cree: Denise McGillvary E1

Denise McGillvary is a Cree Indigenous woman, mother, and grandmother out of Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Treaty 5 Territory. Swampy Cree is the dialect in her community. She has been an urbanized Indigenous person for about 25 years. In that time, she has been able to learn and understand Indigenous cultures from many different perspectives and respectfully utilizes and shares what she has learned.

Jun 30, 202321:11
Cree: Chance Paupanakis

Cree: Chance Paupanakis

Chance Paupanakis is a proud Swampy Cree Two Spirit person from the Kinosew Sipi Cree Nation in Treaty 5 territory. He has worked in the Indigenous cultural and language revitalization sector for almost five years. Other areas of activism he focuses on are Two Spirit resurgence, land & water preservation and MMIWG2S advocacy. Chance is passionate about working towards a better and brighter future for First Nation peoples.

Jun 30, 202317:06
Cree: Cameron Adams

Cree: Cameron Adams

Cameron Adams is a 5th-year Integrated Education student in the Faculty of Education at the University of Winnipeg. Cameron is ininiw-Anishinaabe and French-Canadian with Scottish and English ancestry from Gimli, Manitoba and Treaty from Memewiziibiing (Berens River), situated in Treaty 5 Territory. For the last decade, Cameron has been learning about his ancestral routes. He developed a passion for learning nēhinawēwin in high school after meeting an Elder, Florence Paynter, who shared their story in Indian Residential School. It was there that Cameron asked his Great-Grandmother what Indigenous language she spoke, and he found out it was ininīmowin (Swampy Cree) from kinosēw sīpīhk (Norway House, MB).

Jun 30, 202315:57
Geraldine "Gramma" Shingoose: We Stand Together

Geraldine "Gramma" Shingoose: We Stand Together

Geraldine “Gramma” Shingoose is a residential school survivor who attended Muscowequan residential school from 1962 to 1971. Gramma Shingoose shares her story with schools and universities, highlighting her cherished memories of before Muscowequan residential school, her life during school, and its impacts on her life once she left.

"We Stand Together" is a series to understand better these schools' history and its impact on Indigenous communities. Join Ryan Funk and Lisa Muswagon and listen to the stories and experiences of residential school attendees and their families.

Jun 26, 202341:21
U Talk S2E125: Paulo Oliveria
Jun 15, 202315:17
U Talk S2E124: Nupur Kumari
Jun 09, 202329:52