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Working with Christian Peacemaker Teams a profound experience for alumni

Working with Christian Peacemaker Teams a profound experience for alumni

Lisa Martens (CMBC ‘00) recalls what it was like being in Iraq when U.S. forces invaded the country in 2003. She remembers speaking with a man whose house was cracked because his neighbour’s home had been bombed. “He was a… [More]

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Kenton Lobe

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Kenton Lobe

Kenton Lobe, Instructor in International Development Studies, has taught at CMU since 2005. What do you love about your work here? I love working with students, but in addition to that, I love my colleagues. I have a little neighbourhood… [More]

Seed-saving at CMU leads to relationships between Mennonites, indigenous peoples

Seed-saving at CMU leads to relationships between Mennonites, indigenous peoples

Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) made headlines this fall when it was revealed that workers at the CMU Farm, in collaboration with members of the Métis community, had successfully grown an ancient variety of squash from seeds shared with them by… [More]

Germinating Seeds: Eating Together at the Table with Kenton Lobe

Germinating Seeds: Eating Together at the Table with Kenton Lobe

Featuring CMU’s Kenton Lobe, Instructor of International Development Studies, this is part 2 of the 6-part Face2Face Conversation Series. Eating is one thing that all people have in common, but what do we eat when we are together? Who grows… [More]

Farmers, Hunters, and Urban Eaters to Gather for Conversation About Food and Faith

Farmers, Hunters, and Urban Eaters to Gather for Conversation About Food and Faith

Germinating Conversations: Eating Together at the Table takes place on World Food Day Eating is one thing that all people have in common, but what do we eat when we are together? Who grows it? How did it get to… [More]

Conversations on Food, Faith, Eating, and the City

Conversations on Food, Faith, Eating, and the City

December 5, 2012 – On World Food Day 2012, Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) was excited to co-host the second event in the Germinating Conversations series on Food, Faith, Eating, and the City. The series is a partnership between CMU, the Mennonite Central Committee… [More]

CMU Co-hosts Germinating Conversations Series

CMU Co-hosts Germinating Conversations Series

October 15, 2012  – On October 15, 2012, the second event in the Germinating Conversations series on Food, Faith, Eating and the City will be hosted in Winnipeg by a partnership of Canadian Mennonite University, the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Manitoba… [More]

CMU Breaks New Ground with On-Campus Community Farm

CMU Breaks New Ground with On-Campus Community Farm

Urban Farm Collective Launches First Season of Two-year Plan Spring 2011 marks the first season of CMU’s new on-campus Community Shared Agriculture (CSA) Farm, a two-year collaborative urban farm project of the university and the CMU Farmers’ Collective. “The farm… [More]

First Disaster Recovery Grad Inspired to Alleviate Suffering

First Disaster Recovery Grad Inspired to Alleviate Suffering

David Barker Completes Disaster Recovery Studies at CMU Three years ago, in the middle of reading Roméo Dallaire’s traumatic first-hand account of the Rwanda genocide, David Barker decided his future would be in disaster response. “It was the first time… [More]

Kenton Lobe – International Development Studies Program

Kenton Lobe – International Development Studies Program

Kenton Lobe – International Development Studies Program at CMU ‘A Shrimp Buffet’