New and Forthcoming

  • COVID-19 in Manitoba

    Public Policy Responses to the First Wave

    Andrea Rounce (Editor), Karine Levasseur (Editor)

    Assessing Manitoba’s immediate response to COVID-19. Read more »

  • Medicare’s Histories

    Origins, Omissions, and Opportunities in Canada

    Esyllt W. Jones (Editor), James Hanley (Editor), Delia Gavrus (Editor)

    What was – and is – possible in health care. Read more »

  • Daniels v. Canada

    In and Beyond the Courts

    Nathalie Kermoal (Editor), Chris Andersen (Editor)

    Jurisprudence and the Métis Nation. Read more »

  • I Will Live for Both of Us

    A History of Colonialism, Uranium Mining, and Inuit Resistance

    Joan Scottie (Author), Warren Bernauer (Author), Jack Hicks (Author), Gordon Edwards (Afterword)

    A reflection on political and environmental history and a call for a future in which Inuit traditional laws and values are upheld. Read more »

  • Undressed Toronto

    From the Swimming Hole to Sunnyside, How a City Learned to Love the Beach, 1850-1935

    Dale Barbour (Author)

    Dressing for the beach. Read more »

  • Returning to Ceremony

    Spirituality in Manitoba Métis Communities

    Chantal Fiola (Author)

    A homecoming through ceremony. Read more »

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From the Blog

  • A Storied Career Concludes: David Carr to Retire after Twenty-Six Years at UMP

    Posted October 15th, 2021

    After providing twenty-six years of exemplary guidance and leadership, UMP’s Director David Carr is retiring at the end of October.

  • Farewell to Ariel Gordon

    Posted September 21st, 2021

    After ten years of creative and successful promotional work with UMP, Ariel Gordon has left the press to focus on her writing career. Ariel is an award-winning poet and during her time at UMP she published two poetry books and an essay collection titled Treed: Walking in Canada’s Urban Forests.

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Upcoming Events

  • October 23rd, 2021

    Dadibaajim Launch – Hybrid Event

    Join Helen Agger for the launch of Dadibaajim: Returning Home Through Narrative. This event features a conversation with Jarvis Brownlie (Department of History, University of Manitoba).

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