Alumni Journal


The Journal, The University of Winnipeg Alumni Magazine is produced by Alumni Affairs for alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of The University of Winnipeg. 

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Current Issue
The latest issue, Summer 2013 [PDF: 6.8 MB], is available as PDF here or as in a flip book format below. We hope you enjoy The Journal.

Back Issues

The Journal Fall 2011

Fall 2011 [PDF - 3.9 MB]

Cover story:
A New Chapter Begins
The Richardson College for the Environment and Science Complex Opens its Doors
The Alumni Journal Cover - Winter 2009

Spring 2010 [PDF - 3.9 MB]

Cover story:
A Long Way Home
Growing up in Linden Woods is nothing like the armed and fortified embassy Rifah Khan (BAH, 2003) now calls home.

The Alumni Journal Cover - Winter 2009  Winter 2008 [PDF - 3.8 MB]

Cover story:
Outstanding Individuals and Ordinary Folks
UWinnipeg staff and alumni make a difference around the world, and here at home.

 Spring 2008 [PDF - 2.5 MB]

Cover story:
A World of Opportunity
Ray McFeetors, Great-West Life commit $2.67 Million for new student residence, UWinnipeg's Opportunity Fund is an investment in Canada's future.

The Journal fall/winter cover
2007 Fall/Winter Issue [PDF - 4.3 MB]

Cover story:
Homecoming 2007
The University of Winnipeg celebrates 40 years as a University.

2007 Spring Journal Cover

2007 Spring Issue [PDF – 3.07 MB]

Cover Story:
$3 Million Gift Creates CanWest Centre for Theatre & Film

Leonard Asper (Collegiate ’82), President and CEO of CanWest Global Communications and a founding member of The University of Winnipeg Foundation Board of Directors, announced a corporate gift of $3 million for a new centre for theatre and film at UWinnipeg.

Alumni Journal Fall-Winter 2006

Fall/Winter 2006 [PDF - 1.9 MB]

Cover Story:
Largest Private Gift In UWinnipeg History:
$3.5 Million to Create Richardson College for the Environment

The Richardson Firm, Family, and Foundation donated $3.5 million to establish The Richardson College for the Environment, an innovative science-focused college that will also feature a new urban green space in downtown Winnipeg.

2006 Spring Journal Cover

2006 Spring Issue [PDF - 1.99 MB]

Cover Story:
Success! Internal Family Raises $2 Million

In an unprecedented show of support, faculty, staff, and retirees of The University of Winnipeg surpassed their fundraising goal of $1 million. In November 2005, the University received a further $1 million for the Internal Family Campaign through a gift from University Chancellor and Foundation Chair H. Sanford Riley, CM.

2005 Fall Issue [PDF - 1.49 MB]

Cover Story:
Dr. Douglas W. Leatherdale - Changing Lives Through Education

In February 2005, Douglas Leatherdale contributed $500,000 to establish the Dr. Douglas W. Leatherdale Global Citizen Internships in conjunction with the launch of the University’s Global College. He also added another $500,000 to a scholarship he established earlier in honour of his father Walter Leatherdale. His staunch support includes a generous planned gift, making him a member of the University’s Legacy Circle.

2005 Spring Issue [PDF - 1.49 MB]

Cover Story:
Jim MacDonald - Collegiate Champion

Jim MacDonald (University of Winnipeg Collegiate ’64), Vice-President of Canada’s RBC Dominion Securities, is donating an unparalleled $1 million dollars to The University of Winnipeg Collegiate for student bursaries. His gift pays tribute to his Collegiate education that turned his life around years ago.

2004 Fall Issue [PDF - 1.16 MB]

Cover Story:
Where She Belongs: Dr. Mary Young
Dr. Mary Young (BA ’80), Director of Aboriginal Student Services at The University of Winnipeg

2004 Spring Issue [PDF - 1.17 MB]

Cover Story:
When Opportunity Knocks
Dr. Lloyd Axworthy ’61, LLD ’98, becomes The University of Winnipeg’s sixth president and vice-chancellor

2003 Fall Issue [PDF - 888 KB]

Cover Story:
Carol Shields, 1935-2003
The University celebrates the life of our fifth Chancellor

2003 Spring Issue [PDF - 884 KB]

Cover Story:
The Road From Transcona To Parliament Hill

Bill Blaikie on the twists and turns of his political career

2002 Fall / Winter Issue [PDF - 873 KB]

Cover Story:
Children’s Lit: Not Just For Kids
Perry Nodelman on the world of kid’s lit

2002 Spring Issue [PDF - 873 KB]

Cover Story:
Quest For A Challenge
RoseAnna Schick (Class of ’92) writes about her incredible journey to York Factory

2001 Fall/Winter Issue [PDF - 692 KB]

Cover Story:
Life On Top
The quiet charm of David Topper, one of the University’s all-time favourite profs