UWinnipeg cancels classes after cyber incident

The University of Winnipeg cancelled classes on Monday after experiencing a cyber incident on the weekend. Upon discovery of the incident, the university immediately took its systems offline, which impacted services such as the university’s campus Wi-Fi and learning management systems. The University of Winnipeg Collegiate—a preparatory high school located on UWinnipeg’s campus—was also affected by the outage and cancelled its classes on Monday. Classes resumed for both UWinnipeg and UWinnipeg Collegiate on Tuesday, though the university noted that some systems and facilities would remain temporarily offline. Instructors will be able to hold an additional class in April at their discretion to make up for the lost class time.

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