In order for the university to continue as Manitoba’s research engine, it is critical we upgrade our facilities and build modern study space for our faculty and staff.
Current capital projects include:
Taché Arts Project
This is the centrepiece of the redevelopment of the Taché Hall residence into a new home for the Desautels Faculty of Music, the School of Art and the Department of English, Film and Theatre's Black Hole Theatre. The Taché Arts Project is one of the university’s main infrastructure priorities because it revitalizes the buildings we already have on campus.
Read more about the Taché Arts Project
Active Living Centre
Located at the south-west corner of the Fort Garry campus, the new 100,000 square foot Active Living Centre houses a state-of-the-art indoor running track, a 40-foot climbing wall, a social gathering area for students, a strength and conditioning room, a group workout area, three multi-purpose rooms and a space devoted to bringing together service providers from multiple disciplines (exercise physiologists, exercise psychologists, registered dietitians, athletic therapists, etc.) with researchers and graduate students to support people striving to begin or sustain an active lifestyle. Fundraising for this $48 million full-service physical activity and wellness facility is ongoing with a focus on building momentum through donor and community support.
Find out more about the Active Living Centre