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In person and livestreamed: Naawi-Oodena: A Town Hall Conversation on Saturday, September 24 at 7:00 PM

Naawi-Oodena: A Town Hall Conversation

2022.09.21 @ 12:00 AM • News Releases

Something new and exciting is developing in the neighbourhood very close to Canadian Mennonite University (CMU). The area will soon be home to the largest, strategically located urban Indigenous economic zone in Canada and the biggest multi-use project in modern Winnipeg history.

The public is invited to gather and learn more at the university's upcoming Face2Face event, "Naawi-Oodena: A Town Hall Conversation" on Saturday, September 24 at 7:00 PM.

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Sunday@CMU: September 2022

2022.09.11 @ 12:00 AM • Audio

Theme: The Question of Christian Politics

This month on Sunday@CMU, we are hearing from Paul Dyck, professor of English and academic dean at CMU. Throughout this rebroadcast of his meditation series, Paul explores Christianity and politics. Going beyond partisan politics, he examines God's coming kingdom and Christ's call to love.

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In The World But Not Of It offers a look inside Hutterite colonies

In The World But Not Of It offers a look inside Hutterite colonies

2022.09.06 @ 3:44 PM • News Releases

MHC Gallery invites visitors to look inside the often-misunderstood and cloistered world of Hutterite colonies with a new exhibition by Brandon-photographer Tim Smith.

In The World But Not Of It is a collection of photographs created over the 13 years that Smith has spent developing relationships with Hutterite colonies across Manitoba. In a modern western world faced with increasing levels of isolation and loneliness, Hutterite community life offers a different perspective. In fact, Smith says that the importance given to engagement in family life, social life and spirituality, as well as the defined purpose for their lives, means that Hutterite communities meet many of the requirements to be considered Blue Zones—areas where health, happiness, and life expectancy rates are higher than average.

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Graduation: Deanna Zantingh

So What? A Podcast – Graduation: Deanna Zantingh

2022.09.06 @ 9:19 AM • Audio

What's an active peacebuilding imagination? How does it relate to reconciliation in Canada? Jonas catches up with past graduation speaker Deanna Zantingh (CMU '13).

Theme Music: Urbana-Metronica (wooh-yeah mix) by spinningmerkaba (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. Ft: Morusque, Jeris, CSoul, Alex Beroza

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Fall 2022 return to campus

Fall 2022 return to campus

2022.08.23 @ 9:19 AM • News Releases

CMU is excited to welcome new and returning students this September. All forms of education and campus life at CMU will take place in person throughout the 2022/23 academic year.

Fall 2022 COVID-19 Protocols

Masks – encouraged, but not required at this time

CMU encourages mask wearing for those who feel it is appropriate but will not require masks to be worn on-campus. Please be hospitable and considerate of those around you.

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Upcoming Events

CommonWord, folio café, and north side of CMU campus open to the public

folio café (8:00 AM – 4:00 PM) and CommonWord Bookstore and Resource Centre (9:00 AM – 5:00 PM) are currently open for in-person shopping, Monday–Friday. Library is open to the public with prox card.

Sep 16 –
Nov 12

Art Show | In the world, but not of it.

The Hutterites, photographs by Tim Smith | MHC Gallery is open Mon-Fri: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM; Sat: 12:00-5:00 PM

7:30–4:30 PM

MHC Gallery, 610 Shaftesbury Blvd.

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Virtual Open House

Join us for a virtual tour of the CMU campus, engage in live Q&A with the Admissions team, and hear from faculty and current students. Parents, students, siblings, teachers, and school counsellors are welcome.

6:00 PM


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CommonWord Book Launch | Walking Together: Intercultural Stories of Love and Acceptance by Edith and Neill von Gunten

Hear intercultural stories of love and acceptance that cover over 50 years of peace and reconciliation work – and why the issues they raise remain important today. Guest panelists include Stan McKay, Norman Meade, and Clarence and Barbara Nepinak.

7:00 PM


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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation | CMU closed



Xplore | An extended education program at the intersection of faith and life

Register now for in-person and online class options starting October 5.

CMU campus & online

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Thanksgiving Day | CMU closed

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