Hitler-owned book noted Winnipeg's high proportion of Jews
OTTAWA — Canada’s national archive has bought a book once owned by Adolf Hitler, which reveals Winnipeg had the highest proportion of Jews in the...
Residents anxious after fourth fire on Maryland
Residents in the Spence neighbourhood are nervous after a fourth fire on Maryland Street in the past 10 days. Fire crews rushed to a three-storey apartment c...
Manitoba RCMP's commanding officer retiring after 34 year...
Scott Kolody, the commanding officer of the RCMP in Manitoba, will step down from his role on Jan. 28 after taking command in 2016. He has been with the RCMP...
Police arrest two youths in threats against city schools
Two Winnipeg youths are facing charges for making anonymous threats to three Winnipeg middle schools last week. A 13-year-old boy will be charged with two co...
'She was loved:' Man gets 15-year sentence in shooting de...
WINNIPEG - The best friend of a woman who was shot dead during a botched robbery sang a mourning song and called for an end to the killing of Indigenous ...
Police watchdog investigating after Brandon man's rib was...
Manitoba’s Independent Investigation Unit is probing what led to a 49-year-old Brandon man sustaining a fractured rib when he was arrested in December.
IIU investigating injuries sustained during arrest in Bra...
The province’s police watchdog opened an investigation into injuries sustained by a man arrested by Brandon police before Christmas. The man suffered a...
Province wants sweeping public-education review to ignite...
Manitoba is embarking on its biggest review of the public-education system in half a century. On Wednesday, Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced a ni...
'Nothing off the table' in Manitoba's review of education...
Manitoba's education minister says a new commission will look at all possible ways to improve the province's lagging school system, from dissolving school bo...
Judgment-free pool party notice makes splash on Facebook
Got body hair? Scars? How about cellulite or other markings on your skin? Anyone who avoids public swimming because they're self-conscious about their bodies...
15-year sentence for man convicted of manslaughter in sho...
WINNIPEG - A man convicted in the high-profile shooting death of Winnipeg woman inside a home that was then set on fire has been sentenced to 15 years behind...
Province wants sweeping public-education review to 'ignit...
Manitoba is embarking on its biggest review of the public-education system in half a century. On Wednesday, Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced a ni...
Woman, who saw fight between bus driver and passenger, te...
A heavy equipment operator who witnessed the fatal confrontation between Winnipeg Transit driver Irvine Jubal Fraser and Brian Kyle Thomas told court on Wedn...
Woman who saw fight between bus driver and passenger test...
A heavy equipment operator who witnessed the fatal confrontation between Winnipeg Transit driver Irvine Jubal Fraser and Brian Kyle Thomas told court on Wedn...
Friend of Jeanenne Fontaine sings mourning song in victim...
The best friend of a woman who was killed during a botched robbery broke into a mourning song during her victim impact statement at a sentencing hearing toda...
Jeanenne Fontaine was an innocent victim of 'generalized ...
The best friend of Jeanenne Fontaine, shot dead during a botched robbery in March 2017, sang a mourning song and called for an end to the killing of Indigeno...
Man charged for assaulting his ex-girlfriend
A man was charged for domestic assault on Tuesday after his ex-girlfriend reported he was threatening her over the phone. The woman said she had been assault...
Four charged after cocaine and meth found during traffic ...
Bear mace, one ounce of cocaine and four ounces of meth were found inside a vehicle during a traffic stop Tuesday morning. The vehicle was stopped in the 160...
Children, ages 12 and 13, charged for allegedly threateni...
The two youths arrested for allegedly threatening three Winnipeg schools last week on social media were boys aged 12 and 13, police say, who had no access to...
Not the same old game
It’s dark inside Activate Games. Like, really dark. “One second!” yells owner Adam Schmidt as he flicks a switch. A dark purple glow sudden...
Vehicle stolen from Brandon parking lot
A vehicle was stolen from a parking lot in the 200 block of 18th Street North Jan. 22. At 11:30 p.m., police responded to a report that the vehicle was being...
Friend of slain Winnipeg woman sings mourning song in vic...
WINNIPEG - The best friend of a woman who was killed during a botched robbery broke into a mourning song during her victim impact statement at a sentencing h...
Manitoba has official bird, tree and flower so why not li...
If you find fun in fungus, scientists are working on something you'll really lichen.
Lamont disputes Pallister's take on cannabis revenue
By Michael Lee The leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party is disputing an argument from the provincial government that the revenue generated from the sale of c...
Rifle stolen from Glenboro home during home invasion
A woman was taken to Glenboro hospital Jan. 22 after she said her home was invaded and she was sprayed with bear mace. The 18-year-old reported to RCMP that ...
Art gallery-area housing to get $26-M boost
OTTAWA — The federal government will unveil today a multimillion-dollar loan to support a large mixed-income apartment project in downtown Winnipeg, th...
Heritage designation for Bay building sent back to start ...
A procedural error has forced the City of Winnipeg to reboot its heritage designation process for the iconic downtown Hudson’s Bay building. Members of...
Get an academic adrenalin rush by competing in 3MT – dead...
The 3MT application deadline has been extended! You now have until Feb. 4 to apply. All applicants will be entered to win a FGS prize pack and a $50 U of M B...
Free Press's Jill Wilson wins two travel writing awards
The Winnipeg Free Press was a double winner at the North American Travel Journalists Association's 2018 awards, announced last week. Arts and life reporter J...
Province Announces New Commission on Kindergarten to Grad...
Wanted Food Service Supervisor for Subway
Calgary, AB Maria De Luna Immigration Services
Bowman seeks 'smarter ways' in city-province spat
Throw some cold water on any suggestion of a thaw in the icy relations between city hall and the Manitoba legislature. After Premier Brian Pallister held an ...
'Sacred day' for Manitoba RCMP: eagle feather an option f...
To the sounds of an eagle song and the scent of smoke from a sage smudge, nearly 90 eagle feathers were cleansed in a solemn Dakota ceremony as Manitoba RCMP...
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Etobicoke, ON Jecris Tubigon
Plans unveiled for 119-unit downtown Winnipeg residence
The University of Winnipeg is expanding its housing footprint in downtown with a new 119-suite apartment complex to be built next door to the art gallery and...
Manitoba driver throws speeding ticket out the window, ge...
A Manitoba driver ended up with an additional $174 in fines after they took their recently issued speeding ticket and tossed it out the window. Manitoba RCMP...
Finding the fun in fundraising
Like the Beatles famously sang, we get by with a little help from our friends. Which is why today I want to help two of my best friends with charitable proje...
33 critical health-care incidents reported by province in...
The wrong patient was operated on after the diagnostic imaging for another patient was mistakenly put in the other's computerized chart. And a patient died a...
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Mississauga, ON Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen
'This was our new life': Winnipeg family loses everything...
A Winnipeg family that lost everything to a house fire two decades ago is starting over for a second time after another fire destroyed their home and all of ...
'Walker of Garden Hill' to step up fight against her diab...
Clara Monias once got her diabetes under control by walking around her home community of Garden Hill First Nation. Her condition worsened after she got out o...
Province streamlining grain dryer inspections
The provincial government will be streamlining the process of inspecting and approving grain dryers, Growth, Enterprise and Trade Minister Blaine Pedersen an...
Contractor for new school to be named soon
The contractor responsible for building the new K-8 school in Brandon will be chosen by the end of the month, a press release from the provincial government ...
Brandon needs to promote existing businesses: Pedersen
Manitoba's minister of Growth, Enterprise and Trade is encouraging the city as a whole to keep promoting itself and not forget about the businesses it alread...
Province looks to lead protein sector
Working to remain at the forefront of the protein sector, Agriculture Minister Ralph Eichler announced the development of a first-of-its-kind sustainable pro...
Pallister touts Tory track record
Citing his government's record on spending, trade and red tape, Premier Brian Pallister used the first day of Manitoba Ag Days on Tuesday to celebrate his pa...
Mecca stages 'Mamma Mia'
Mecca Productions opens its first production of "Mamma Mia" tonight, and it's a show that has turned out to be even bigger than expected. Lisa Vasconcelos, t...
School divisions weigh cost of seatbelts on buses
If seatbelts become mandatory on school buses in Manitoba, some divisions in Westman are unsure of how they would cover the cost. "Is that money going to com...
Exhibitors promote crop diversity
Exhibitors at Manitoba Ag Days are making a push to area farmers about the importance of diversifying their crops and growing new types of foods. Scott Chalm...
Homecoming in works for '80s high school grads
It has been almost 40 years since Scott Wiley walked the halls of Vincent Massey High School as student. But those days haven't been forgotten. The now 55-ye...
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