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The Université de Saint-Boniface (USB) is a French-language public university located in the Saint Boniface neighbourhood of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. An affiliated institution of the University of Manitoba, the university offers general and specialized university degree programs as well as technical and professional training. In 2014, 1,368 regular students were enrolled. Its Continuing Education Division, which includes a language school, has also counted over 4,200 enrolments.

Université de Saint-Boniface
TypePrivate public-interest corporation
Established1818; 204 years ago (1818)
AffiliationUniversity of Manitoba
ChairpersonAlphonse Lawson-Héllu (since 2020)
PresidentSophie Bouffard (since 2019)
Location
CampusFrancophone neighbourhood of St. Boniface
Websiteustboniface.ca

Contents

Joseph-Norbert Provencher,
Collège founder
Msgr. Alexandre-Antonin Taché (President 1854–1860)
Collège, prior to the 1922 fire
Students playing hockey, c. 1962
The first permanent structure, built in 1855

Université de Saint-Boniface was established by Father Norbert Provencher (1787–1853) in 1818, making it western Canada's oldest post-secondary educational institution. It began as a small school where Latin was taught to the boys of the French-speaking Red River Colony.

In 1855, Collège de Saint-Boniface was constructed on the corner of Taché Avenue and Masson Street; this was overseen by Msgr. Alexandre-Antonin Taché (1823–1894). From 1866 to 1870, under the guidance of Bishop George Dugas, Collège changed its programs to incorporate the instruction of Latin, Greek, and philosophy into a classical curriculum.

Incorporated in 1871, Collège was one of the earliest official institutions of the new province of Manitoba, which had joined the Canadian Confederation the year before. In 1877, together with the Anglican St. John's College and the Presbyterian Manitoba College, it helped establish the University of Manitoba. Collège served both francophone and anglophone Catholic students. Around the same time, Manitoba saw an influx of French-speaking newcomers from Quebec, France, Switzerland and Belgium. In 1880, increased enrolment led to the construction of a larger building on the site of what is now Provencher Park. Annual enrolment was around 300 students at that time.

In 1890, French lost official language status in Manitoba, and in 1916, the Thornton Act prohibited French-language instruction in the province's public schools. As a private institution, Collège remained in operation and encouraged public schools to oppose the government ban. French-language teaching continued in secret.

On November 25, 1922, a fire started in a music room in the basement and the blaze destroyed the building, including all of its records and the 40,000-volume library; claiming ten victims. In response to this, Msgr. Arthur Béliveau, Archbishop of St. Boniface, donated the seminary (Le Petit Séminaire) on Avenue de la Cathédrale, the present location of USB. English-speaking Jesuits also founded their own college (St. Paul's College) in 1925, and USB became a francophone institution. However, Collège offered business courses in English until 1941.

The 1960s were marked by three major changes: the arrival of women in the classroom (1959), the beginnings of continuing education (including French and French as a second language classes, which sparked controversy), and the institution's transition to secular administration (1969).

In 1975, Collège began to offer technical and professional programs, which led to the creation of the École technique et professionnelle (ETP) in 1989. In 1983, high school classes were transferred to Collège Louis-Riel and Collège began to focus solely on post-secondary education.

The institution officially became the Université de Saint-Boniface in September 2011 after the passage of the Université de Saint-Boniface Act.

Despite its new status as a university, USB continues to be affiliated with the University of Manitoba, which it helped establish in 1877. Enshrined in the Université de Saint-Boniface Act, the university remained affiliated with the University of Manitoba, and USB was committed to preserving this 135-year-old relationship. University degrees continue to be conferred by the University of Manitoba. However, graduates of the technical and professional programs of the ETP or École des sciences infirmières et des études de la santé (ESIES) receive their diploma or certificate from Université de Saint-Boniface.

Although a hub of French-language education and of Manitoba's francophone community, USB still accepts students from around the world.[citation needed]

Université de Saint-Boniface

Located on 200 Avenue de la Cathedrale which is central to the St. Boniface neighbourhood. It is also close to the St. Boniface Hospital, the St. Boniface Cathedral, and the Red River. The Esplanade Riel leads from the Université to Winnipeg's downtown.

The main USB building, build with Tyndall stone, houses two gymnasiums, the Sportex fitness centre, a library, a chapel, the Étienne Gaboury student centre, the campus radio station, an amphitheatre, computer facilities, a performance hall and an art gallery.

The new Pavillon Marcel-A.-Desautels health sciences building opened in 2011.

Student residence

The student residence, located at 474 and 480 Aulneau Street in Winnipeg, was acquired in 2005 from the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. In 2014, the building was officially named Résidence-Père-Théophile-Lavoie-O.M.I.

Fitness centre

Sportex, the university's fitness centre, first opened in 1988, offering sport programmes for students, university staff, and the general public.

Université de Saint-Boniface offers both university and technical and professional programs as well as continuing education courses.

University and college programs

FACULTY/SCHOOL DEGREE/CERTIFICATE
Faculty of Arts Bachelor of Arts (General)
Bachelor of Arts (Latin – Philosophy)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – French
Bachelor of Arts (Advanced Major) – French
Master of Arts in Canadian Studies
School of Translation Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – Translation
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – Translation (online program)
Bachelor of Arts (Joint Major) – French and Translation
Certificate in Translation
Certificate in Translation (online program)
School of Business Administration Bachelor of Business Administration
Faculty of Science Bachelor of Science (General)
Bachelor of Science (Major in Biochemistry-Microbiology)
Bachelor of Science (Major in Biochemistry-Microbiology), coop program
School of Nursing Sciences and Health Studies (ESIES) Health Aid Certificate
Diploma of Nursing Sciences
Bachelor of Nursing Sciences
School of Social Work Bachelor of Social Work
Technical and Professional School (ETP) Information Technology Diploma
Multimedia Communications Diploma
Business Administration Diploma
Tourism Management Diploma
Early Childhood Education Diploma
Advanced Diploma in Health and Community Services Management
Faculty of Education
after obtaining a first degree
Bachelor of Education – Early and Middle Years
Bachelor of Education – Senior Years
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education specialized in Inclusive Education
Master of Education – Counselling
Master of Education – Inclusive Education
Master of Education – School Administration*
Master of Education – Language, Literacy and Curriculum

Continuing education

Université de Saint-Boniface's Continuing Education Division has courses in several areas. Its Language School (École de langues) has French and Spanish courses, and produces instructional material for teaching French as a first or additional language. The Continuing Education Division has an annual enrolment of over 4,000 students.

The research conducted at Université de Saint-Boniface is internationally recognised and focuses on areas related to the university, such as health and Francophone and Métis identity.

Founded in 1985, USB's Research Centre houses the Centre d’études Franco-canadiennes de l’Ouest (CEFCO), Presses universitaires de Saint-Boniface (PUSB), and the Canadian Research Chair on Migrations, Transfers and Francophone Communities (CRC-MTCF). In the past it has also held the Canada Research Chair on Métis Identity (CRCMI) chaired by Dr. Denis Gagnon from 2004 to 2014, and the Community-University Research Alliance on Francophone Identities in Western Canada (ARUC-IFO) chaired by Dr. Len Rivard from 2007 to 2013.

The Canadian government sponsors an Aboriginal Bursaries Search Tool that lists more than 680 scholarships, bursaries, and other incentives offered by governments, universities, and industry to support Aboriginal post-secondary participation. Université de Saint-Boniface scholarships for Aboriginal, First Nations and Métis students include: Louis Riel Scholarships; Louis Riel Institute Bursaries.

The purposes and powers of Université de Saint-Boniface are set out in the Université de Saint-Boniface Act, the most recent version of which is dated June 2011. Its bilateral governance structure consists of the Board of Governors and the Senate. A number of ad hoc committees are also in place.

USB President

Originally from Lévis, a suburb of Québec city, Sophie Bouffard obtained a doctorate in musicology (2011) from the University of Regina and a masters in music (2000) from Université Laval. Soprano opera singer by profession, she has given a number of performances in Canada and abroad. Specialist in the creation of new music, many works have been composed for her. Mrs. Bouffard is the second female president in USB history and is the 45th person to hold the position. She has been the USB president since August 2019.

Past presidents

Source:

  • Msgr. Norbert Provencher (1818–1853)
  • Msgr. Alexandre-A. Taché (1854–1860)
  • R.P. Jean-Marie Le Floch, omi (1860–1862)
  • R.P. Joseph Lestanc, omi (1862–1865)
  • R.P. Valentin Végreville, omi (1865–1866)
  • R.P. Georges Dugas (1866–1869)
  • R.P. Louis-R. Giroux (1869–1870)
  • R.P. Théophile Lavoie, omi (1870–1878)
  • R.P. A.-A. Forget-Despatis (1878–1881)
  • R.P. A.A. Cherrier (1881–1884)
  • R.P. François-A. Dugas (1884–1885)
  • R.P. Hippolyte Lory, s.j. (1885–1890)
  • R.P. Xavier Renaud, s.j. (1890–1891)
  • R.P. Henri Hudon, s.j. (1891–1894)
  • R.P. Rémi Chartier, s.j. (1894–1898)
  • R.P. Julien Paquin. s.j. (1898–1900)
  • R.P. Hyacinthe Hudon, s.j. (1990–1903)
  • R.P. Jacques Dugas, s.j. (1903–1908)
  • R.P. Télesphore Filiatrault, s.j. (1908–1910)
  • R.P. Joseph Carrière, s.j. (1910–1911)
  • R.P. Gustave Jean, s.j. (1911–1912)
  • R.P. Edouard Lecompte, s.j. (1912–1914)
  • R.P. Alexandre Gagnieur, s.j. (1914–1915)
  • R.P. Grégoire Féré, s.j. (1915–1919)
  • R.P. Henri Bourque, s.j. (1919–1924)
  • R.P. Joseph Desjardins, s.j. (1924–1930)
  • R.P. Fernand Faure, s.j. (1930–1933)
  • R.P. Joseph Béliveau, s.j. (1933–1940)
  • R.P. Martial Caron, s.j. (1940–1943)
  • R.P. Louis Mailhot, s.j. (1943–1947)
  • R.P. Georges Desjardins, s.j. (1947–1951)
  • R.P. J. d'Auteuil Richard, s.j. (1951–1954)
  • R.P. Oscar Boily, s.j. (1954–1960)
  • R.P. Guy Fortier, s.j. (1960–1964)
  • R.P. Alfred Ducharme, s.j. (1964–1967)
  • Msgr. Antoine Hacault (1967–1969)
  • R.P. Stéphane Valiquette, s.j. (1969–1970)
  • Roger Saint-Denis (1970–1974)
  • Georges Damphousse (interim) (1974–1975)
  • Roland Cloutier (1975–1979)
  • Claude Thibault (1980–1981)
  • Paul Ruest (1981–2003)
  • Raymonde Gagné (2003–2014)
  • Gabor Csepregi (2014–2019)

Board of Governors

The 15-member Board of Governors administers USB affairs. Its duties include managing the institution's assets, appointing senior staff, approving the USB budget, and adding or eliminating programs.

Louis Riel

USB alumni includes judges, lawyers, bishops and archbishops, radio and television personalities, hockey players, architects and singers. A notably famous USB alumnus was Louis Riel, the Métis leader who negotiated the terms under which the province of Manitoba entered Canadian Confederation in 1870.

Notable athletes from the university include:

Among entertainment personalities, a notable alumnus is Rosemary Barton, a CBC News correspondent and singer Daniel Lavoie.

The Presses universitaires de Saint-Boniface (PUSB) university press was established in 1990. It publishes the research findings of Université de Saint-Boniface faculty and the work of the Centre d’études Franco-canadiennes de l’Ouest (CEFCO) and the Cahiers franco-canadiens de l’Ouest.

To date, PUSB has published works on educational integration, translation, grammar, cultural production, inter-linguistic and socio-cultural relations, and francophone education in a minority setting.

The literary works of Gabrielle Roy and Roger Léveillé have also been published at PUSB.

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  2. "Rapport sur la formation continue l'Université de Saint-Boniface"(PDF) (in French). Université de Saint-Boniface. RetrievedApril 1, 2019.
  3. VERRETTE, Michel, historian at Université de Saint-Boniface
  4. Statutes of Manitoba. 1871.
  5. SAINT-PIERRE, Annette, De fil en aiguille au Manitoba, Winnipeg, Éditions des Plaines, 1995, 376 p.
  6. PELCHAT, Carole, archivist at Université de Saint-Boniface
  7. Associated Press, "Eight Lives Are Lost in Flames That Destroy St. Boniface College", The San Bernardino Daily Sun, San Bernardino, California, Sunday 26 November 1922, Volume L, Number 270, page 1.
  8. PELCHAT, Carole, “Le Collège universitaire de Saint-Boniface”, Saint-Boniface, 1908–2008 : reflets d’une ville, Winnipeg, Presses universitaires de Saint-Boniface, 2008, pp. 111–114.
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  11. "Des programmes riches, modernes et variés" (in French). Université de Saint-Boniface. RetrievedApril 1, 2019.
  12. "Rapport annuel sur la formation continue de l'Université de Saint-Boniface Du 1er septembre 2016 au 31 aout 2017"(PDF). ustboniface.ca.
  13. "Chaire de recherche du Canada" (in French). Université de Saint-Boniface. RetrievedApril 1, 2019.
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  15. "Aboriginal Bursaries Search Tool". Government of Canada. 25 May 2021.
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Universite de Saint Boniface Article Talk Language Watch Edit The Universite de Saint Boniface USB is a French language public university located in the Saint Boniface neighbourhood of Winnipeg Manitoba Canada An affiliated institution of the University of Manitoba the university offers general and specialized university degree programs as well as technical and professional training In 2014 1 368 regular students were enrolled 1 Its Continuing Education Division which includes a language school has also counted over 4 200 enrolments 2 Universite de Saint BonifaceTypePrivate public interest corporationEstablished1818 204 years ago 1818 AffiliationUniversity of ManitobaChairpersonAlphonse Lawson Hellu since 2020 PresidentSophie Bouffard since 2019 LocationWinnipeg Manitoba Canada 49 53 19 N 97 07 11 W 49 888631 N 97 119725 W 49 888631 97 119725 Coordinates 49 53 19 N 97 07 11 W 49 888631 N 97 119725 W 49 888631 97 119725CampusFrancophone neighbourhood of St BonifaceWebsiteustboniface wbr ca Contents 1 History 2 Campus 2 1 Student residence 2 2 Fitness centre 3 Programs 3 1 University and college programs 3 2 Continuing education 4 Research 5 Scholarships and bursaries 6 Administration 6 1 USB President 6 2 Past presidents 6 3 Board of Governors 7 Notable alumni 8 University press 9 See also 10 ReferencesHistory Edit Joseph Norbert Provencher College founder Msgr Alexandre Antonin Tache President 1854 1860 College prior to the 1922 fire Students playing hockey c 1962 The first permanent structure built in 1855 Universite de Saint Boniface was established by Father Norbert Provencher 1787 1853 in 1818 making it western Canada s oldest post secondary educational institution It began as a small school where Latin was taught to the boys of the French speaking Red River Colony 3 In 1855 College de Saint Boniface was constructed on the corner of Tache Avenue and Masson Street this was overseen by Msgr Alexandre Antonin Tache 1823 1894 From 1866 to 1870 under the guidance of Bishop George Dugas College changed its programs to incorporate the instruction of Latin Greek and philosophy into a classical curriculum Incorporated in 1871 4 College was one of the earliest official institutions of the new province of Manitoba which had joined the Canadian Confederation the year before In 1877 together with the Anglican St John s College and the Presbyterian Manitoba College it helped establish the University of Manitoba 5 College served both francophone and anglophone Catholic students Around the same time Manitoba saw an influx of French speaking newcomers from Quebec France Switzerland and Belgium In 1880 increased enrolment led to the construction of a larger building on the site of what is now Provencher Park Annual enrolment was around 300 students at that time 6 In 1890 French lost official language status in Manitoba and in 1916 the Thornton Act prohibited French language instruction in the province s public schools As a private institution College remained in operation and encouraged public schools to oppose the government ban French language teaching continued in secret On November 25 1922 a fire started in a music room in the basement and the blaze destroyed the building 7 including all of its records and the 40 000 volume library claiming ten victims In response to this Msgr Arthur Beliveau Archbishop of St Boniface donated the seminary Le Petit Seminaire on Avenue de la Cathedrale the present location of USB English speaking Jesuits also founded their own college St Paul s College in 1925 and USB became a francophone institution However College offered business courses in English until 1941 8 The 1960s were marked by three major changes the arrival of women in the classroom 1959 the beginnings of continuing education including French and French as a second language classes which sparked controversy and the institution s transition to secular administration 1969 In 1975 College began to offer technical and professional programs which led to the creation of the Ecole technique et professionnelle ETP in 1989 In 1983 high school classes were transferred to College Louis Riel and College began to focus solely on post secondary education The institution officially became the Universite de Saint Boniface in September 2011 after the passage of the Universite de Saint Boniface Act 9 Despite its new status as a university USB continues to be affiliated with the University of Manitoba which it helped establish in 1877 Enshrined in the Universite de Saint Boniface Act the university remained affiliated with the University of Manitoba and USB was committed to preserving this 135 year old relationship University degrees continue to be conferred by the University of Manitoba However graduates of the technical and professional programs of the ETP or Ecole des sciences infirmieres et des etudes de la sante ESIES receive their diploma or certificate from Universite de Saint Boniface Although a hub of French language education and of Manitoba s francophone community USB still accepts students from around the world citation needed Campus Edit Universite de Saint Boniface Located on 200 Avenue de la Cathedrale which is central to the St Boniface neighbourhood It is also close to the St Boniface Hospital the St Boniface Cathedral and the Red River The Esplanade Riel leads from the Universite to Winnipeg s downtown The main USB building build with Tyndall stone houses two gymnasiums the Sportex fitness centre a library a chapel the Etienne Gaboury student centre the campus radio station an amphitheatre computer facilities a performance hall and an art gallery The new Pavillon Marcel A Desautels health sciences building opened in 2011 Student residence Edit The student residence located at 474 and 480 Aulneau Street in Winnipeg was acquired in 2005 from the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate In 2014 the building was officially named Residence Pere Theophile Lavoie O M I 10 Fitness centre Edit Sportex the university s fitness centre first opened in 1988 offering sport programmes for students university staff and the general public Programs EditUniversite de Saint Boniface offers both university and technical and professional programs as well as continuing education courses 11 University and college programs Edit FACULTY SCHOOL DEGREE CERTIFICATEFaculty of Arts Bachelor of Arts General Bachelor of Arts Latin Philosophy Bachelor of Arts Honours French Bachelor of Arts Advanced Major French Master of Arts in Canadian Studies School of Translation Bachelor of Arts Honours Translation Bachelor of Arts Honours Translation online program Bachelor of Arts Joint Major French and Translation Certificate in Translation Certificate in Translation online program School of Business Administration Bachelor of Business Administration Faculty of Science Bachelor of Science General Bachelor of Science Major in Biochemistry Microbiology Bachelor of Science Major in Biochemistry Microbiology coop program School of Nursing Sciences and Health Studies ESIES Health Aid Certificate Diploma of Nursing Sciences Bachelor of Nursing SciencesSchool of Social Work Bachelor of Social Work Technical and Professional School ETP Information Technology Diploma Multimedia Communications Diploma Business Administration Diploma Tourism Management Diploma Early Childhood Education Diploma Advanced Diploma in Health and Community Services ManagementFaculty of Education after obtaining a first degree Bachelor of Education Early and Middle Years Bachelor of Education Senior Years Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Education Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Education specialized in Inclusive Education Master of Education Counselling Master of Education Inclusive Education Master of Education School Administration Master of Education Language Literacy and CurriculumContinuing education Edit Universite de Saint Boniface s Continuing Education Division has courses in several areas Its Language School Ecole de langues has French and Spanish courses and produces instructional material for teaching French as a first or additional language The Continuing Education Division has an annual enrolment of over 4 000 students 12 Research EditThe research conducted at Universite de Saint Boniface is internationally recognised and focuses on areas related to the university such as health and Francophone and Metis identity Founded in 1985 USB s Research Centre houses the Centre d etudes Franco canadiennes de l Ouest CEFCO Presses universitaires de Saint Boniface PUSB and the Canadian Research Chair on Migrations Transfers and Francophone Communities CRC MTCF 13 In the past it has also held the Canada Research Chair on Metis Identity CRCMI chaired by Dr Denis Gagnon from 2004 to 2014 14 and the Community University Research Alliance on Francophone Identities in Western Canada ARUC IFO chaired by Dr Len Rivard from 2007 to 2013 14 Scholarships and bursaries EditThe Canadian government sponsors an Aboriginal Bursaries Search Tool that lists more than 680 scholarships bursaries and other incentives offered by governments universities and industry to support Aboriginal post secondary participation Universite de Saint Boniface scholarships for Aboriginal First Nations and Metis students include Louis Riel Scholarships Louis Riel Institute Bursaries 15 Administration EditThe purposes and powers of Universite de Saint Boniface are set out in the Universite de Saint Boniface Act 16 the most recent version of which is dated June 2011 Its bilateral governance structure consists of the Board of Governors and the Senate A number of ad hoc committees are also in place USB President Edit Originally from Levis a suburb of Quebec city Sophie Bouffard obtained a doctorate in musicology 2011 from the University of Regina and a masters in music 2000 from Universite Laval Soprano opera singer by profession she has given a number of performances in Canada and abroad Specialist in the creation of new music many works have been composed for her Mrs Bouffard is the second female president in USB history and is the 45th person to hold the position She has been the USB president since August 2019 17 Past presidents Edit Source 18 Msgr Norbert Provencher 1818 1853 Msgr Alexandre A Tache 1854 1860 R P Jean Marie Le Floch omi 1860 1862 R P Joseph Lestanc omi 1862 1865 R P Valentin Vegreville omi 1865 1866 R P Georges Dugas 1866 1869 R P Louis R Giroux 1869 1870 R P Theophile Lavoie omi 1870 1878 R P A A Forget Despatis 1878 1881 R P A A Cherrier 1881 1884 R P Francois A Dugas 1884 1885 R P Hippolyte Lory s j 1885 1890 R P Xavier Renaud s j 1890 1891 R P Henri Hudon s j 1891 1894 R P Remi Chartier s j 1894 1898 R P Julien Paquin s j 1898 1900 R P Hyacinthe Hudon s j 1990 1903 R P Jacques Dugas s j 1903 1908 R P Telesphore Filiatrault s j 1908 1910 R P Joseph Carriere s j 1910 1911 R P Gustave Jean s j 1911 1912 R P Edouard Lecompte s j 1912 1914 R P Alexandre Gagnieur s j 1914 1915 R P Gregoire Fere s j 1915 1919 R P Henri Bourque s j 1919 1924 R P Joseph Desjardins s j 1924 1930 R P Fernand Faure s j 1930 1933 R P Joseph Beliveau s j 1933 1940 R P Martial Caron s j 1940 1943 R P Louis Mailhot s j 1943 1947 R P Georges Desjardins s j 1947 1951 R P J d Auteuil Richard s j 1951 1954 R P Oscar Boily s j 1954 1960 R P Guy Fortier s j 1960 1964 R P Alfred Ducharme s j 1964 1967 Msgr Antoine Hacault 1967 1969 R P Stephane Valiquette s j 1969 1970 Roger Saint Denis 1970 1974 Georges Damphousse interim 1974 1975 Roland Cloutier 1975 1979 Claude Thibault 1980 1981 Paul Ruest 1981 2003 Raymonde Gagne 2003 2014 Gabor Csepregi 2014 2019 Board of Governors Edit The 15 member Board of Governors administers USB affairs Its duties include managing the institution s assets appointing senior staff approving the USB budget and adding or eliminating programs Notable alumni Edit Louis Riel USB alumni includes judges lawyers bishops and archbishops radio and television personalities hockey players architects and singers A notably famous USB alumnus was Louis Riel the Metis leader who negotiated the terms under which the province of Manitoba entered Canadian Confederation in 1870 Notable athletes from the university include 19 Tony Gingras Stanley Cup champion Winnipeg Victorias 1901 amp 1902 Clem Loughlin Stanley Cup champion Victoria Cougars 1925 Rosario Couture Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks 1934 Duke Dutkowski professional hockey player NHL Among entertainment personalities a notable alumnus is Rosemary Barton a CBC News correspondent and singer Daniel Lavoie University press EditThe Presses universitaires de Saint Boniface PUSB university press was established in 1990 It publishes the research findings of Universite de Saint Boniface faculty and the work of the Centre d etudes Franco canadiennes de l Ouest CEFCO and the Cahiers franco canadiens de l Ouest 20 To date PUSB has published works on educational integration translation grammar cultural production inter linguistic and socio cultural relations and francophone education in a minority setting The literary works of Gabrielle Roy and Roger Leveille have also been published at PUSB See also EditClassical collegeReferences Edit Nombre record d inscriptions a l Universite de Saint Boniface in French Radio Canada September 16 2014 Retrieved April 1 2019 Rapport sur la formation continue l Universite de Saint Boniface PDF in French Universite de Saint Boniface Retrieved April 1 2019 VERRETTE Michel historian at Universite de Saint Boniface Statutes of Manitoba 1871 SAINT PIERRE Annette De fil en aiguille au Manitoba Winnipeg Editions des Plaines 1995 376 p PELCHAT Carole archivist at Universite de Saint Boniface Associated Press Eight Lives Are Lost in Flames That Destroy St Boniface College The San Bernardino Daily Sun San Bernardino California Sunday 26 November 1922 Volume L Number 270 page 1 PELCHAT Carole Le College universitaire de Saint Boniface Saint Boniface 1908 2008 reflets d une ville Winnipeg Presses universitaires de Saint Boniface 2008 pp 111 114 Universite de Saint Boniface Act Un nom pour la residence etudiante Aulneau in French Universite de Saint Boniface September 16 2014 Retrieved April 1 2019 Des programmes riches modernes et varies in French Universite de Saint Boniface Retrieved April 1 2019 Rapport annuel sur la formation continue de l Universite de Saint Boniface Du 1er septembre 2016 au 31 aout 2017 PDF ustboniface ca Chaire de recherche du Canada in French Universite de Saint Boniface Retrieved April 1 2019 a b Recherche et creation in French Universite de Saint Boniface Retrieved April 1 2019 Aboriginal Bursaries Search Tool Government of Canada 25 May 2021 Loi sur l Universite de Saint Boniface in French Government of Manitoba Office of the president archives Universite de Saint Boniface Recteurs du College de Saint Boniface 1818 1890 Universite de Saint Boniface Retrieved April 1 2019 Le hockey une deuxieme religion in French Universite de 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