Justice denied for Tina Fontaine and Colten Boushie: How ...
There are specific reasons why Indigenous people see the verdicts in the Tina Fontaine and Colten Boushie cases in the worst light possible, lawyer David Mil...
Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra announces new season
The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra announced its lineup for the 2018/19 season Friday.
Athletes compete at Special Olympics Manitoba Winter Games
Almost 3,000 athletes have spent the last few weeks taking part in the winter games in Pyeongchang, and this weekend, roughly 200 athletes were competing rig...
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Beatles at the box office The 75th birthday of The Beatles’ lead guitarist is observed with a screening of Concert for George. The film documents the t...
Getting tattoo more than just getting inked, it's a tribu...
As the machine buzzed and the needle bit into the skin of her outstretched arm, Kristen Bremner let out a shiver. “Whooo-hoo-hooo,” she said, and...
The plot thickens...
Read any good books lately? As the co-owner of Whodunit? Mystery Bookstore, a quaint Fort Rouge shop specializing in new and used mystery and suspense novels...
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INCIDENT 779 When: Nov. 25, 2017 Where: Edmonton Street and Portage Avenue After finding out he was on the wrong bus, a man refused to pay his fare. The bus ...
Tracking down serial killers, rum-runners
It’s not as well-known, but the Manitoba community of Pipestone once had its own version of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral. The local Manitoba Provinc...
'She's loved and missed,' Marilyn Rose Munroe remembered ...
The family of Marilyn Rose Munroe issued a plea for anyone with information about her death to come forward Saturday — two years after her body was found.
Police make arrest after early morning break in
Police arrested a 35-year-old Brandon man Saturday morning for allegedly breaking into a garage on Sixth Street. At approximately 3:30 a.m., police observed ...
Festival awards old-timey volunteer with voyageur-era coat
Thousands have taken in the live music, maple syrup taffy, snow sculptures and more at this year's Festival du Voyageur, but the celebration of Métis and voy...
Experts weigh in on whether craft brew industry in trouble
Peg Beer Co., the city’s first brew pub to open since Manitoba’s liquor laws were overhauled in recent years, remains closed. However, the news s...
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New parental leave planned in budget aims to get women in...
Introducing a new incentive for fathers to take parental leave has largely been driven by the government's attempt to promote gender equality, including allo...
'Every little bit helps,' says mental health award winner...
A Dauphin, Man., woman who survived residential school and addiction to become a support for youth in her community is being honoured with an award for makin...
Child welfare 'broken': Tory minister
Manitoba’s child-welfare system failed Tina Fontaine and Phoenix Sinclair, and has failed Indigenous children and their families, Families Minister Sco...
Crown pays $20-K tab for executive
An executive hired by Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries last April received 15 paid return-trip flights to her home in Calgary, valued at $7,142, and accommoda...
Students with disabilities still excluded, bullied: survey
A survey on accessibility in Manitoba’s education system shows students with disabilities still face a barrage of barriers and many of them are related...
National inquiry 'must complete its mandate'
OTTAWA — Moments after a jury in Winnipeg acquitted Raymond Cormier of second-degree murder, Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett tweete...
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Widespread changes demanded to prevent 'another 100 Tina ...
The death of Tina Fontaine and the acquittal of the man accused of killing her has sparked demands for widespread changes to prevent more young Indigenous pe...
Condos on track for summer start
Construction is expected to begin this summer on Horizon Builders’ ambitious development project at the Wheat City Golf Course. Called Riverside Lifest...
Sun launches 2nd readership survey
The Brandon Sun’s second Readership Survey is going live on Monday morning at brandonsun.com. Physical copies of the survey will be available in the ne...
No bail for man accused of ramming police car during chase
A man accused of ramming into a police cruiser with a stolen car while trying to flee officers has been denied bail. Kristen Prince, 23, is facing multiple c...
New software will track student performance
A senior official at the Brandon School Division says a new piece of software will help them to better track a student’s performance in school. In a st...
No presidential candidates running in BUSU election
This year’s Brandon University Students’ Union elections will go on without a presidential candidate. The last round of nominations officially cl...
Cartoonist begins new comic in Sun
The Stack Catz’ journey is over, but that doesn’t mean Curt Shoultz’s time producing full-page weekly comic strips in The Brandon Sun is ov...
Noise complaints force FPC Women Only to move
A group of senior ladies have proven themselves too loud for their second-floor fitness space at Shoppers Mall. As a result of ongoing noise complaints, they...
Risk of spring flooding low across southern Manitoba
The risk of major overland flooding this spring is low across the province, according to the first flood outlook released on Friday. “The combination o...
Police looking for missing teen
Brandon police are asking for the public’s help in finding a 15-year-old boy. Ty Nelson Berard of Brandon was last seen on Feb. 16 at approximately 2 p...
Crime Stoppers -- Copper wire stolen from Douglas Street ...
The Brandon Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in solving a business break, enter and theft. On Feb. 17, a citizen reported driving by a...
Canadian athlete Dave Duncan arrested, released in South ...
Canadian ski cross athlete David Duncan, his wife Maja, and Ski Cross High Performance Director Willy Raine, were arrested and released Saturday after police...
Canadian athlete Dave Duncan arrested, released, in South...
Canadian ski cross athlete David Duncan, his wife Maja, and Ski Cross High Performance Director Willy Raine were arrested and released Saturday after police ...
Canadian athlete Dave Duncan arrested, released in South ...
Canadian ski cross athlete David Duncan, his wife Maja, and Ski Cross High Performance Director Willy Raine were arrested and released Saturday after police ...
Making a splash
For years, Rebecca Fleming’s parents lived in fear their daughter could drown. While Rebecca, 14, now loves to swim, her parents had been worried becau...
Trauma in the jury box
‘We are grateful for the exercise of your civic duty. We know it’s a burden. We know that it’s probably not going to be easily forgotten. W...
Water treatment plant repairs to cost less than expected
Repairs to Winnipeg’s water treatment plant will cost closer to $6 million, rather than the $20 million the city had expected, says a report by the mun...
Decision to forgo preliminary hearing questioned after trial
In the aftermath of an acquittal for the man who was accused of killing 15-year-old Tina Fontaine, scrutiny surrounding the evidence presented against Raymon...
Connor Hellebuyck posts 34-save shutout as Jets down Blues
Connor Hellebuyck made 34 saves for his sixth shutout of the season and Blake Wheeler and Kyle Connor each had a goal and an assist in the Winnipeg Jets' 4-0...
'Make it safe for our young people': Hundreds march in Ti...
The message Friday was one of love and reckoning, as hundreds marched through Winnipeg streets in honour of Tina Fontaine. The demonstration began at 10:30 a...
'Flash mob round dance' in Saskatoon sends its love to Ti...
About 75 people gathered at city hall Friday night in the wake of the Raymond Cormier not-guilty verdict
Ottawa echoes with "must do better" in reaction to Tina F...
OTTAWA — Moments after a jury in Winnipeg acquitted Raymond Cormier of second-degree murder, Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett tweete...
Manitoba ends 14-month carbon plan standoff with Ottawa, ...
OTTAWA — The Pallister government ended its 14-month standoff over Ottawa’s general climate principles Friday, unlocking almost $67 million for c...
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries paid $20K in travel expenses ...
An executive hired by Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries last April received 15 paid return-trip flights to her home in Calgary, valued at $7,142, and accommoda...
Manitoba signs federal climate-change plan
After months of agreeing to disagree with the federal government, Manitoba has signed on to the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change, le...
Blanket-wrapped marchers walk silently to honour Tina Fon...
A group of people in Toronto wrapped themselves in blankets and walked from Fort York to the waterfront Friday in memory of Tina Fontaine, after the acquitta...
Judge to ex-officer: You can't blame yourself for Tina Fo...
Craig Houle, a former Winnipeg police officer who was one of the last people see Tina Fontaine alive, has received a conditional discharge after judge agrees...
Robson Hall Faculty of Law students bring home MacIntyre ...
The time-honoured tradition of moot court competitions happens throughout much of the university school year beginning in early winter with internal competit...
Kids Shine in the First Annual CanU Moot
Since 2016, over 300 kids from schools across Winnipeg have attended Robson Hall with hopes of learning what law school is like. While at Robson Hall these k...
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