IBEP Graduation Dinner
5:00 PM17:00

IBEP Graduation Dinner

Celebrating the graduation of fellow UMICS members at the annual Indigenous Business Education Partners graduation dinner. A closed event for those invited to attend on behalf of our graduating members, we will honour them as they move on to the next stage of their professional careers.

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5:00 PM17:00

The Future of Indigenous Business Banquet (FIBB)

Hosted by the University of Manitoba Indigenous Commerce Students, FIBB is the premiere event to discuss the future of Indigenous business in Manitoba. Our dinner is a great opportunity to network with talented students, instructors, and Indigenous business leaders. Following dinner, a panel of leaders representing all four pillars of our community will provide a proactive insight into the future of Manitoba’s Indigenous community and workforce, while also helping students and faculty have the important conversations about Indigenous experiences and what it means to be on Treaty 1 territory.

Last year FIBB attracted over 200 students, instructors, and business leaders and was declared an astounding success by all attendees. This year, we are inviting more parts of our community to attend and discuss how we can help drive our communities throughout the province to build successful partnerships.

Use this link to purchase tickets!

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6:30 PM18:30

Manitoba Moose Game

Come support your local franchises! For a second year, PwC will be treating UMICS to a Manitoba Moose game, with food provided on location at Bell MTS Place. On February Friday, 15th, from 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM, the Manitoba Moose will be facing off against the Chicago Wolves, and we have your tickets covered. Join us for another night of casual networking and bonding! Game time begins at 7 PM, it is recommend to arrive a half hour early. RSVP using this link. This event is open only to UMICS members, and only 10 tickets are available, so RSVP ASAP!

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6:00 PM18:00

UMICS Paint Night

Come on down to UMICS' second-ever Paint night! Joining us will be PwC and Birchwood Automotive! Members of UMICS, will receive early bird access and no participation fee for this event. Early bird access will last until January 23rd before opening to all Asper students. Use this link to register! For non-UMICS members, please contact info@umics.ca to request a spot at our event. The cost for non-UMICS members is 10$ per ticket.

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12:00 PM12:00

Indigenous Art Showcase

On Thursday, January 31st, from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM in the Asper Commemorative Room (Fishbowl), UMICS will be displaying various pieces of art from Indigenous students at the University of Manitoba. This is an excellent opportunity to experience Indigenous culture! 

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Bannock Panic

  • Asper School of Business - Asper Commemorative Room (map)
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Our annual Bannock Panic will occur on December 3 and 4 2018, in the Asper Commemorative Room. This is an excellent opportunity for all students to learn more about Indigenous culture while enjoying fresh bannock and coffee, so come on down to the Fishbowl in the morning and enjoy some bannock to help finish off the semester! We are also looking for volunteers to help run the event! Duties include distributing bannock and coffee, and to spread our indigenous culture with anybody interested. Please inquire with info@umics.ca if you are interested in this great volunteer opportunity!

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5:00 PM17:00

IBEP and UMICS Games Night (RSVP Via Email)

IBEP is hosting a night filled with games, pizza and snacks on Thursday, November 29th (5 - 8 pm). The event will be held at Drake Centre, specific room to be determined.

This event will be an excellent opportunity to connect to the IBEP community. You have worked hard this term and deserve some time to laugh and have fun!

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11:30 PM23:30

Indigenous Circle of Empowerment Applications

The Indigenous Circle of Empowerment (ICE) is a student leadership development program grounded in culture and focused on self-development and community engagement. ICE is for Indigenous students who demonstrate drive, determination and leadership.

If you are interested in learning more about the I.C.E. program, please visit:


Applications are due September 16, 2018.

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