The Manitoba Food History Project
The Manitoba Food History Project is a SSHRC-funded oral history project based out of the University of Winnipeg in collaboration with the Oral History Centre. The goal of the project is to produce a comprehensive history of food manufacturing, production, retailing, and consumption in the province of Manitoba from 1870 to the present day.
The MLPD Oral History Project
The MLPD Oral History Project is a collaboration between the MLPD, The University of Winnipeg Oral History Centre, and The Canadian Center on Disability Studies. The goal of the project is to highlight the efforts and accomplishments of some of our original members who lobbied for the rights and removal of barriers for people with disabilities in Manitoba. It will also preserve our history in a way that can be shared and studied.
United Food and Commercial Workers
Celebrating our Past, Preparing our Future is a podcast series created through collaboration between UFCW local 832 and the Oral History Center at University of Winnipeg documenting a variety of events and issues within the union’s history and what they mean for Local 832 today.
Community-Based Research Training Centre
The Community-Based Research Training Centre (CBRTC) provides accessible resources, training, and supports for getting involved in community-based research.
The CBRTC works to expand communities and researchers capacity for community-based research. We do this through bringing together the expertise of community-based individuals, practitioners, and researchers. We offer a range of free events and workshops that are open to everyone whether you are a post-secondary student or a community member interested in learning more.
Winnipeg Architecture Foundation
The Winnipeg Architecture Foundation is a registered charity with a mandate to educate the public about architecture. We are a group of architects, historians and interested individuals, with a passion for Winnipeg’s architecture. WAF’s research programme began in 1996 and has included inventorying of a range of Winnipeg’s buildings from the post-1945 period.