RCMP arrest suspect in teen girl's 2013 homicide
RCMP have arrested a 23-year-old suspect in the 2013 slaying of a teenage girl in Gods Lake Narrows. The arrest comes just over a week after police said they...
Search underway for teen counsellor missing after swim at...
A search is underway near a western Manitoba First Nation after a camp counsellor went missing while swimming Tuesday afternoon.
Manitoba RCMP make arrest after murder of 18-year-old in ...
RCMP have made an arrest after an 18-year-old man was killed in Gimli, Man. Tuesday.
Police make arrest in Gimli stabbing
RCMP have arrested an individual in connection with the fatal stabbing of an 18-year-old man in Gimli, Man.
ATV driver dies in collision with pickup truck
A man died Tuesday when his ATV collided with a pickup truck and trailer containing active beehives.
Ride with a storyteller, see the wind at Nuit Blanche 2017
More than a dozen feature projects and more than 50 independent artists, businesses and organizations will create a party that spreads across Winnipeg’s down...
Province Reminds Drivers of Delays and Detours in Birds H...
Judge denies Parker land owners' bid to clear protesters
A local developer's request for an urgent injunction against protesters who've been camped out on the Parker Lands for nearly two weeks was denied this morni...
Manitoba RCMP arrest man from Gods Lake Narrows in relati...
RCMP have made an arrested in the 2013 murder of 15-year-old Leah Anderson. Officers made the initial announcement on their twitter account at 2 p.m. Wednesd...
Man arrested in connection with 2013 killing of Leah Ande...
Police have arrested a 23-year-old man from Gods Lake Narrows in connection with the unsolved killing of 15-year-old Leah Anderson.
Construction to improve safety on Hwy. 32
Safer turns and better drainage is the intended result of work taking place on Hwy. 32 this summer as a pair of previously planned projects get underway. Man...
Fringe deja view: Why are there so many returning shows a...
More than two dozen shows in this year's Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival have been performed here before. And while some are happy to see returning hits, ot...
Judge denies Parker land owners bid to clear protesters
A local developer's request for an urgent injunction against protesters who've been camped out on the Parker Lands for nearly two weeks was denied this morni...
Op-ed: Invest in emergency care for children
The following is an op-ed that originally appeared in the Winnipeg Free Press on July 25, 2017. It was written by Dr. Terry Klassen, head of the department o...
Parker Lands consultations would give Métis a say on ance...
Discussion is urgently needed on how we engage our treaty partners and affected Indigenous governments in strategic urban planning and high-level decision-ma...
Summer Games torch making way through city
The official Canada Summer Games torch is making its way through Winnipeg today, the final stop ahead of the Games' start on Friday. The torch relay, which b...
Crown and defence want 14-year sentence for mother who ki...
More than three years after the tragic death of a Peguis toddler, Crown and defence lawyers are expected to ask for a 14-year prison sentence for the mother ...
Company denied urgent hearing to remove protesters from P...
The lawyer representing owner of land slated for residential development in Fort Garry told a Winnipeg courtroom Wednesday protesters blocking equipment are ...
Police take man into custody after incident in North Kild...
Winnipeg police say they took a man into custody after a potentially serious incident at a residence in North Kildonan was resolved without incident.
Fur Council Rendezvous celebrates history
Tents filled Stanley Centennial Park between July 21 and 23. People came from all over the province to participate in the annual Pembina Valley Fur Council R...
Bike owner sees kid with stolen bike
The owner of a stolen BMX bike was surprised to see a 13-year-old boy riding it on Tuesday afternoon in Brandon. The bike owner quickly phoned police who a...
Eyebrow ring ripped out in one of several assaults on Tue...
A 51-year-old Brandon woman was charged with assault causing bodily harm and for uttering threats on Tuesday after another woman was beat up and had her eyeb...
Summer Games torch makes trek through city today
The official Canada Summer Games torch will make its way through Winnipeg this morning, the final stop ahead of the Games' start on Friday. "Dancing Gabe" La...
After-hours security performing some Misericordia triage ...
Guards with a private security firm are acting as the after-hours gatekeepers at one of the city’s largest health care facilities, raising new concerns...
Bergen retains house leader role
Portage-Lisgar MP Candice Bergen will continue as house leader after Conservative leader Andrew Scheer announced the leadership team of the official oppositi...
Preparing for Holiday Craft Sale
Most people aren’t thinking about Christmas at this time of year, but organizer’s of Morden’s Holiday Craft Sale already have the season on their minds.That’...
KinRec instructor wins prestigious Best Paper Prize at Leeds
Out of hundreds of candidates, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management Instructor Kelsey Johansen was awarded the prestigious Best Paper Prize at th...
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Torch relay jogs into Winnipeg for final leg of Manitoba ...
The Canada Summer Games torch relay is in Winnipeg Wednesday morning for the final leg of a provincial tour that started a month ago.
Americans denied permanent residency because of daughter'...
A U.S. family who have built a business in Canada want to stay but they were denied permanent residency because of the potential health-care costs of their s...
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Dauphin company donates headstone for grave that sat unma...
The grave of a Cross Lake First Nation woman that sat unmarked for nearly 60 years will finally get a headstone, thanks to the kindness of total strangers.
Semi-trailer crashes over side of Floodway bridge near Wi...
Emergency crews rescued the trapped driver of a semi-trailer after his truck went over the side of the Red River Floodway bridge.
Parker developer claims police not doing enough to remove...
The Winnipeg developer who owns the Parker neighbourhood claims police aren't doing enough to remove protestors — including one in possession of an axe and s...
New billboards in Norway House discourage drunk driving
A Norway House mother wants people will think twice before getting behind the wheel while impaired. Susan Menow hopes a billboard with her late son's face on...
Inside an Access centre: As QuickCare clinics close what ...
All but one of the city's QuickCare clinics will be closed as the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority works toward reaching provincially mandated budget cuts....
Injured eagle gets second chance after northern Ontario r...
An injured bald eagle that couldn't fly has received a second-chance at life after being rescued by Sandy Lake residents and taken to an animal rehabilitatio...
Inside an Access centre: As QuickCare clinics close what ...
All but one of the city's QuickCare clinics will be closed as the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority works toward reaching provincially mandated budget cuts....
Do you know what an Access centre is? Because soon you ma...
All but one of the city's QuickCare clinics will be closed as the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority works toward reaching provincially mandated budget cuts....
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Man in custody after gun threat report sparks standoff at...
A 40-year-old man — alleged to have threatened a man with a firearm — was taken into custody early Tuesday morning following a six-hour standoff ...
BU ripping out hedges to open up campus
Brandon University will be doing some landscaping before students come back in September, including ripping out the hedges and trimming some of the pine tree...
Ball python, lizard turn up in Brandon driveway, backyard
Two non-indigenous reptiles were found loose in Brandon within as many days. A ball python blocked Ren Bouchard’s vehicle from advancing up his drivewa...
Province kicks in funding for roadwork projects in Westman
The Manitoba government will invest $12 million for municipal roads including a number of projects in Westman, according to Indigenous and Municipal Relation...
Hailstorm impacts several pockets of Westman
A loud thud jolted Thomas Boyd away from the television on Monday evening. He’d settled in for the evening at his house in Alexander assuming a thunder...
Micro-turbines having positive impact on Tundra's operations
Reducing its corporate emissions by approximately 27,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per year while also generating 34-35 gigawatts of electricity, a collection...
RCMP seek help locating man who went missing from Duck ...
Prairie Mountain RCMP are seeking the public’s help finding a missing man who walked away from a logging camp in Duck Mountain Provincial Park on Jul...
Water main replacement work causing water pressure decrea...
Residents and businesses in the north half of Brandon’s Victoria ward can expect temporary decreases in water pressure continuing until Friday. The pre...
Semi-trailer catches fire on highway between Neepawa, Min...
A semi-trailer that erupted into flames on Highway 16 kept emergency crews busy early Tuesday afternoon. The truck caught fire while travelling on the highwa...
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