Province has no plan to survey Omnitrax damage for itself
Manitoba is relying entirely on the fed-up owner of the Hudson Bay Railway to assess the flood damage to Churchill's lifeline, rather than send government en...
Sears closure an opportunity for Garden City, says counci...
The Winnipeg city councillor who represents Garden City said she is optimistic about retail in the area despite the upcoming closure of the large Sears Outle...
Province's top court slams justice system for keeping cri...
The justice system has an "insatiable appetite" for delays, Manitoba's highest court said in a ruling on a case that took two years — and 31 court appe...
Family of woman killed by dangerous driver feels failed b...
The family of a 23-year-old woman killed by a dangerous driver as she was crossing a Winnipeg street says a one-year jail sentence serves no justice. "We wer...
Thompson broke glass ceiling at city hall, building now b...
The first and only female mayor in Winnipeg's 144-year history now shares her name with city hall's administration building. The Susan A. Thompson Building, ...
Woman claims man assaulted her in Brandon -- VIDEO
Warning: This video contains language not suitable for some viewers. A video has emerged that shows a brief portion of an odd confrontation in a city parking...
New CMHR exhibit allows the visually impaired to experien...
Pete Haertel’s right hand runs over the textures and layers of the exhibit as an audio clip describes the photograph framed on the wall. Standing in si...
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Marking a Milestone: Department of Statistics Celebrates ...
The probability for an amazing evening was one hundred percent on the night of June 10, 2017, as the UofM’s Department of Statistics officially marked its’ f...
Joining the big league
10 former Bisons and one former Bison staff member have joined the Canadian Football League. This is the third year in a row that 10 or more former members o...
Recognizing Excellence in Graduate Education
Faculty members and support staff play a vital role in the graduate student experience and the successful academic development of graduate students at the Un...
Decade after Elie tornado, former storm chaser remembers ...
When Justin Hobson left work one June evening 10 years ago, he was hoping he might spot something the amateur storm chaser had never seen.
College fines Manitoba doctor $110K for falsely accusing ...
A rural Manitoba doctor won't be able to practice medicine for six months and has been fined $110,000 after he allegedly made up a story about how he was att...
Grand opening near for Boyne School
The Boyne School will be open to the public Saturday, June 24 from 2-4 p.m. An opening ceremony, tours, refreshments and cake will be included in the special...
Manitoba Government Celebrates New Affordable Housing Pro...
Closing urgent care centre 'unconscionable': Misericordia...
A religious order that founded a Winnipeg hospital more than a century ago is asking Manitoba Health Minister Kelvin Goertzen to back off plans to scale back...
Indigenous people see growing racism but are hopeful for ...
A majority of First Nations and Métis people in Manitoba believe life will be better for the next generation, despite a sense that racism is growing in Canada.
Susan Thompson Building a 'declaration of respect for all...
Winnipeg renamed its administration building Thursday morning after Thompson, who served as mayor from 1992 to 1998 and remains the only woman to hold the ci...
Manitoba mulls transporting propane storage to cut-off co...
Brian Pallister won't go as far as describing the damaged rail line to the northern Manitoba town of Churchill as an emergency, but he does call the situatio...
Manitoba mulls sending propane storage to cut-off communi...
Premier Brian Pallister won't go as far as describing the damaged rail line to the northern Manitoba town of Churchill as an emergency, but he does call the ...
Province Provides Update on Rail Closure Due to Flooding ...
Canada and Manitoba Partner to Expand BizPaL Service
Time to bring public washrooms to Winnipeg's Exchange Dis...
An architect with offices in the Exchange District is trying to do something about Winnipeg’s lack of public toilets, saying it's about providing dignity to ...
140 for 140: Snapshots of our History – June 22, 2017
The University of Manitoba was first founded on February 28, 1877, becoming the first degree-granting body in Western Canada. Over the course of the Universi...
Manitoba's first tornado of the year touches down
Manitoba's first tornado of 2017 touched down on the first day of summer. Numerous sightings of a funnel cloud were reported near Sapotaweyak Cree Nation Wed...
Manitoba voyageurs hit Red River for Canada 150 rendezvous
A group of modern-day voyageurs are taking to the Red River for the next three days for a special rendezvous.
Armed man high on meth tasered twice
A man armed with scissors and a knife had to be tasered twice Tuesday after charging at police and telling them to shoot him. Winnipeg police said officers r...
Membership motivation a mystery for Manitoba NDP
The Manitoba NDP isn't sure who signed up more than half of its 8,000 members. Party officials know leadership candidate Wab Kinew has signed up 3,000 of the...
North West Company to stop subsidizing food for Churchill
OTTAWA — A major food-shipping company is putting pressure on the provincial and federal governments to implement food subsidies for Churchill, saying ...
Amalgamation talk alarms WSD trustees
Winnipeg School Division trustees are imploring Education Minister Ian Wishart — leave us alone. The province’s largest division is seeking a mee...
Winkler recordist headed to nationals
As many high school students are studying for exams and preparing for final tests, Charlotte Kandt is also preparing to travel to Quebec and compete in a Can...
Cycling to raise funds for eSight glasses
At the end of this month, Christine and Evan Froese will be leaving Morden to bike across the width of the province to raise money to help Evan see. Evan was...
Man jumps on Winnipeg police car hood, gets arrested for ...
A 27-year-old Winnipeg man is behind bars after robbing a convenience store and then jumping on a police car while asking officers to kill him, police said T...
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Pallister drops in popularity, but still second among pre...
Premier Brian Pallister has dropped in popularity for the third straight quarter — but his approval rating remains second-highest in Canada, a new poll...
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Pallister still 2nd most popular premier in Canada despit...
Brian Pallister may not be as popular with Manitobans as he once was, but with a 41 per cent approval rating, he remains in good standing compared to premier...
Pallister still 2nd-most popular premier in Canada despit...
Brian Pallister may not be as popular with Manitobans as he once was, but with a 41 per cent approval rating, he remains in good standing compared to premier...
Asylum seeker tries to legally enter Canada, is turned aw...
GRAND FORKS — What happens when an asylum seeker tries to cross into Canada properly? A single mom trying to escape gangs threatening her and her son i...
Sears Canada plans restructuring, files for creditor prot...
Shares in Sears Canada were halted Thursday morning after the retailer said it is seeking court protection from its creditors while it restructures.
Sears Canada to close dozens of locations, lay off 2,900 ...
Sears Canada plans to close dozens of locations and eliminate 2,900 jobs across the country as part of a court-supervised restructuring process.
Sears Canada to close 59 stores, lay off 2,900 people in ...
Sears Canada plans to close dozens of locations and eliminate 2,900 jobs across the country as part of a court-supervised restructuring process.
Sears Canada to close 59 stores, lay off 2,900 in restruc...
Sears Canada plans to close dozens of locations and eliminate 2,900 jobs across the country as part of a court-supervised restructuring process.
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