The province of Manitoba is twice the size of the United Kingdom. Manitoba is known as the land of 100,000… Read more »
Communications & Media
The telephone is one of the best ways of getting information and connecting with other people. Getting a mobile or… Read more »
One of the most popular Canadianisms is the use of the word “eh.” It’s a Canadian linguistic stereotype together with… Read more »
Ready for 15 more Canadianisms? Clicks (or Klicks) – slang for kilometres or kilometres per hour. Darts – other term… Read more »
Here are 15 more new words to add to your arsenal of Canadian slang: ABM – Automated Banking Machine. Otherwise… Read more »
Please complete the quiz to review what you’ve learnt in the Workplace Communications course. Don’t hesitate to go back to… Read more »
Please make sure you have submitted your slides to your e-Facilitator at least one day before the class.
This is our last week of Workplace Communications. This time you are in the driver’s seat. We look forward to your presentation… Read more »
Manitoba has an active publishing scene with book, newspaper, and magazine publishers catering to Manitobans’ information and entertainment needs. The… Read more »
Canada Post is the country’s main postal service. You can send or receive mail and parcels at many Canada Post… Read more »
How do Manitobans get their news? Just like in other provinces in Canada, Manitoba has a number of newspapers, radio… Read more »
“Do you have a toonie on you? I need to order a double-double.“ Did that sentence make sense to you?… Read more »
In this workshop we will discuss telephoning at work.
We have now reached week 3 of Workplace Communications! This week, we are engaging in a number of activities that allow… Read more »
Thinking about your knowledge and skills is an independent learning strategy. When you think about what you can do and what… Read more »