Opposition grills government on 'communications breakdown...
Today, during question period, Opposition leader Wab Kinew said it was "clear" there was a lack of communication between the government and leadership of Lit...
Slow fire evacuations blamed on communication difficulties
OTTAWA — Officials expect to fully evacuate the 1,400 residents of two fly-in First Nations by Thursday evening, rescues that a local chief and the pro...
RCMP officer pleads guilty to drunk driving, gets $2,400 ...
Sgt. Scott Hanson — a 45-year-old with 17 years on the force — apologized to his wife and the public during after pleading guilty to impaired driving.
City unveils three options for pedestrian/bike bridge ove...
Three designs for a pedestrian and bike bridge over the Assiniboine River -- connecting Osborne Village to the downtown -- have been released by the City of ...
Meet one of the grads from the University of Manitoba Col...
Samahra Singer is one of more than 100 graduates from the University of Manitoba College of Medicine's class of 2018. She and her classmates celebrated their...
Fire evacuees in Winnipeg describe community 'in shock'
The smoke in Little Grand Rapids was so thick that people couldn’t see the sun in the middle of the day. The air was thick with ash and it was tough ...
NDP says PCs have broken promise on new care homes
The Pallister government came under fire Thursday for failing to create new personal care home beds in its first two years in office. The only project to be ...
Mom who abducted her kids lacks insight into behaviour: j...
A Winnipeg mother who abducted her own children will spend more time behind bars after a provincial court judge decided that, although she was motivated by l...
Police, addictions foundation join forces in street-drug ...
The Winnipeg Police Service and the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba are doubling down on collaborative efforts to address Winnipeg's street-drug problem. "...
New lease on life for former police vehicles
The three-wheeled vehicles city police once used for zipping between cars and parking in minuscule spaces are making a comeback. A pair of vintage Cushman Tr...
'A constant fight': Community members stay behind to prot...
The forest fires that forced the evacuation of Sapotaweyak Cree Nation this week has left the community looking like "war zone" for the skeleton crew left be...
WRHA wants a further 15% reduction in ER wait times
The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority intends to further slash emergency room wait times in the year ahead.
New Winnipeg police drug unit reveals 1st major bust
Police showed off haul of seized goods including two pillow-case sized bags of marijuana, more than $120,000 worth of cocaine and crack cocaine, two bullet-p...
WRHA seeks to decrease wait times with new Grace ER
Winnipeg health officials are aiming to reduce emergency room wait times further in the next 12 months, as the second phase of a system-wide hospital reorgan...
Busy 4-H season comes to a close
The Morden Achievers 4-H Club celebrated Achievement Night on Monday, April 30. 36 members displayed their projects. This year Foods, Sewing, Crafts, Babysit...
Bill banning employers forcing women to wear high heels t...
Premier Brian Pallister's government has backed opposition New Democrat MLA Nahanni Fontaine's bill that would ban employers from being able to force women t...
Human rights museum puts donated art on auction block
The Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights has put a substantial art donation on the auction block to help fund its programs. The fundraising arm of...
Wyatt returns to city hall
Russ Wyatt’s stint in rehab is over. The Transcona councillor was back at city hall for Thursday’s council meeting, following a five-month absenc...
Wyatt back at city hall with 'a different outlook on life...
Russ Wyatt’s stint in rehab is over. The Transcona councillor was back at city hall for Thursday’s council meeting, following a five-month absenc...
Beyond 94 teacher's guide now available for classroom stu...
CBC has launched a new teaching guide to help educators talk to their students about residential schools and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 cal...
Politicians pass the buck on Churchill anniversary
OTTAWA — Federal and provincial politicians pointed fingers at each other Wednesday as Churchill reached the one-year mark of being cut off from its ra...
Fire Bulletin #6
Top Five: ways to get your kids interested in science
Graduate student Sandhini Lockman is a 2018 3MT finalist and People’s Choice winner has been interested in science from a young age. Today, her research coul...
Wildfire moves closer to home, sheep farm near Ashern, Man.
Wildfires burning east of Ashern, Man., moved farther north Wednesday night, pushing within a kilometre of a home and sheep farm, an area official says.
Wildfire threatens home, sheep farm near Ashern, Man.
Wildfires burning east of Ashern, Man., moved farther north Wednesday night, pushing within a kilometre of a home and sheep farm, an area official says.
2018 Year End Exhibition
The 2018 Year End Exhibition was once again a success as hundreds of people flocked through the doors to see the work of the students from the Faculty of Arc...
Grace Hospital's new ER set to open
The second phase of Winnipeg’s extensive health reorganization begins in earnest next week, with the opening of the Grace Hospital’s new emergenc...
Coun. Russ Wyatt returns to city hall following addiction...
Transcona Coun. Russ Wyatt has returned to city hall following a 79-day stay in an addictions treatment facility near Gimli, Man.
First Nations and students collaborate on cleaner water
Seven years after the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs launched its Water is a Human Right campaign, one in five homes in Garden Hill still had no toilet and resi...
Stormy weather in today's forecast
It will be steamy today in the Brandon area, with humid and wet conditions expected throughout the day with a high today of 28 C. Earlier today, a severe thu...
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Who should be Winkler's Citizen of the Year?
The Winkler Community Foundation has issued the final call to recognize the efforts of a community minded individual who continually gives of themselves and ...
State-of-the-Art Emergency Department to Open Next Week a...
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Evacuations continue as growing fire forces airlift of hu...
More than 600 people from Little Grand Rapids and 45 from nearby Pauingassi First Nation were evacuated from the fly-in communities Wednesday, with hundreds ...
'Most of them are scared': Hundreds airlifted from 2 Mani...
More than 600 people from Little Grand Rapids and 45 from nearby Pauingassi First Nation were evacuated from the fly-in communities Wednesday, with hundreds ...
Feeding change: Ensuring our food has something to eat
Megan Bourns, to her surprise, thinks about soil a lot. A graduate student and 3MT finalist at the University of Manitoba, she works with her advisor Don Fla...
One person dead after house fire in Pukatawagan First Nation
RCMP are investigating after finding one person dead in a home that caught fire in a northwestern Manitoba First Nation on Tuesday afternoon.
Mother died in Pukatawagan First Nation house fire
The father of a woman who died in a house fire in a northwestern Manitoba First Nation this week said relatives who escaped the fire are carrying survivor's ...
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Hot conditions prompt weather advisory in parts of Manitoba
Environment Canada has issued a special weather advisory for parts of northern and south-central Manitoba, including Winnipeg, as high humidity and temperatu...
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Boxing club owner vows to rise from ashes
BRANDON — As he looked at the charred remains of his beloved Brandon Boxing Club, Noel Harding searched for the bright spots in an otherwise devastatin...
Tories say rest stop slated to close unsafe, target for v...
The Pinegrove rest stop on the Trans-Canada Highway in eastern Manitoba is unsafe because it’s a target for vandals and has dangerous debris such as ne...
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New Grace Hospital emergency room five times bigger than ...
The west Winnipeg hospital's new ER, which opens May 29, will be 38,000 square feet, more than five times the current 7,000 square feet.
3 designs pitched for new pedestrian bridge over Assinibo...
Three designs unveiled for a footbridge with the potential to become a "landmark structure" in Winnipeg.
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Delta, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title : RESTAURANT MANAGER (NOC 0631 ) Employer : DENNY'S RESTAURANT (DEN-BC RESTAURANTS LTD.) Location Delta, BC ...
Harding 'not staying down' after devastating fire
As he looked at the charred remains of his beloved Brandon Boxing Club, Noel Harding searched for the bright spots in an otherwise devastating reality. &ldqu...
Man who lit fire at schoolhouse near Virden gets nearly t...
A man who admitted to lighting the fire that burned down a century-old schoolhouse north of Virden has been sentenced to almost three years in prison. Jack N...
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