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1st place performance by Anneli Loepp Thiessen, piano Sonata in C Major XVI: 50, Allegro Molto, Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) 2nd place performance by Emma Heinrichs, pianist Spring Celebration, Stephen Chatman (b. 1950) 3rd place performance by Nolan Kehler, tenor Lonely House from… [More]
Context Increasingly, our faith communities, pastoral leaders and families are encountering the broad, cultural reality of cohabitation. Bringing deeply held theological convictions into conversation with practices outside of these persuasions can be challenging. Dialogue and conversation are vital. Focus What… [More]
Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) is proud to announce its participation in the Indigenous Education Blueprint as part of Manitoba’s education sector. CMU joined five other Manitoba universities, three colleges, and the Manitoba School Boards Association in a landmark signing of… [More]
Since graduating from MBBC, Gerry Dyck (’82) has fused his interest in business with his interest in international development to make a difference. Dyck is the co-founder and president of Kalora Interiors International, a business that specializes in décor solutions… [More]
A conversation with Rt. Hon. Joe Clark on reconciliation with aboriginal peoples, presented byCanadian Mennonite University and MCC Manitoba. Recorded on Saturday, October 18, 2015.
Typical production roles dissolved as Canadian Mennonite University students worked together in producing, filming, and editing this short video to highlight issues around food, faith & land. This video is part of the Canadian Mennonite University’s “Farm Proposal” and was… [More]
On November 27 and 28, the Canadian Mennonite University community came together to celebrate Christmas. Venues across the north campus were filled with musicians, storytellers and minstrels. Student reporters – Rachel Bergen and Ben Borne, from CMU’s Media Workshop… [More]
Student reporters – Judson Rempel and Laura Tait, from CMU’s Media Workshop course, collaborated to capture the 20th anniversary celebrations of Menno Simons College. A respected leader in peace and conflict resolution and international development studies worldwide, CMU’s Menno Simons… [More]