Where to eat around campus?
There are two Tim Horton’s at Bannatyne campus and both only accept cash for payment.
The one in the Cafeteria on the second floor of the General Hospital offers the usual Tim Hortons Donuts, Mufins, Tea and Cofffee.
The location in the Brodie Center offers a Tim Hortons sortiment together with food services from Aramark and Pita Pit. There are pitas available, as well as a variety of salads and sandwiches and daily soup specials.
Located at the William-Avenue Entrance of the Hospital Pedway usually offers two daily specials and two daily soups. In additions there is a salad and a sandwich bar and a counter where you can get pretty much everything else, from burgers, hot sandwiches, cheese melts, fries, fish, etc…
Hospital Food Court (Cafeteria)
The Hospital Food Court in the second floor of the General Hospital features a variety of foods. There is a Tim Hortons, a Salisbury House, Starbucks Coffee, Pizza, Sandwiches & Wraps and a daily special.
Guildy’s Coffee Shop is located in the Health Sciences Center Mall, close to CancerCare. Every day the special and two soups change. They are also very frequented for coffee, fruit bowls, sandwiches and soups. Their smooties are great, so make sure you try them some day.
Grocery stores nearby:
If you just want to pick up something for home, there are a few grocery stores nearby. There is Safeway on Sargent Avenue, ExtraFoods on Notre Dame and a big ethnic superstore on Notre Dame & McPhillips.
Halong Bay (Vietnamese) on Notre Dame
Tom Yang (Thai) on William & Sherbrook
Magic Thailand (Thai) on Logan
Phuong Nam (Vietnamese) on William & Arlington
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The Neil John Maclean Health Sciences library is located on the second floor of the Brodie Center. Apart from book rentals, they offer computer access, study carrels, wireless internet and different workshops. This will give you only a hint of the services they offer, for more detailed information, please contact the library directly or visit their website.
Document delivery & Literature searches
You can also access different databases through the libraries to take advantage of the university’s subscriptions. If you find a paper that you would like to read but it is not available online, then document delivery is the right service for you. The library also offers to do literature researches for you, in case you don’t have the time.
Did you know, that the UofM offers a free reference program, namely RefWorks. It stores the references online and you can access if from anywhere.
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For a full list of services offered by the NJM library visit NJM Services, for services offered by the libraries in general, visit Library Services
Help and further information
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And don’t be shy to just ask the librarians, they are always friendly to help you out.
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The HSC Bookstore is open Monday to Friday from 9am – 5pm. You can buy books, UofM merchandise, computers & accessories as well as monthly buspasses for graduate students. If items are not readily available, they most likely can order them from the main campus. If you want to browse a broader selection of gifts, books and art suppliese, visit the bookstore at Fort Garry.
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Student Groups and Clubs
Bison Recreational Services
Bison Recreation Services have a number of fitness and wellness programs being offered this fall. You can find them in the Joe Doupe Centre (030 Brodie). Students receive a discount on their membership; there is also a package where students may purchase a second pass at the same rate for their significant other. The facilities include an indoor track, gymnasium, weight room and studio. With your membership you would also have access to the Fort Garry campus' facilities at the Frank Kennedy Centre, which include a pool, and many other programs. Gym members have access to Joe Doupe's Group Fitness Classes. As a member, you would also be able to register in various fitness programs, wellness programs and workshops, dance classes, martial arts, yoga classes and more at cost (price depends on the activity).
Events at UofM
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