Winnipeg hockey coach pressed into service as backup goal...
A University of Manitoba hockey coach has been added to the roster of the Stanley Cup champions when they play the Winnipeg Jets Wednesday evening.
Manitoba Justice looks to contract out court records serv...
After dealing with a months-long transcript backlog that threatened to slow down Manitoba's courts, the provincial government is in the process of tendering ...
Document shows how Ottawa will sell North American trade ...
OTTAWA — The federal government will start promoting to Manitobans the new trade agreement formed to replace NAFTA by highlighting the duty-free access...
'A deliberate act': police investigate diesel spill at Ke...
Manitoba Hydro and police are seeking information after hundreds of litres of diesel fuel was spilled at the Keeyask generating station worksite last week. G...
St. Boniface hospital gets new cross
The old rugged cross atop St. Boniface Hospital has been taken down and replaced with a new one. The cross was erected in 1954 and became a familiar landmark...
Ballet students hit the road
Students with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School's professional division perform at Stanley Knowles School on Wednesday as part of their annual tour around Man...
Pinawa Hospital expected to reopen Friday
After being evacuated Tuesday because an electrical malfunction caused air-quality concerns and the heating system had to be shut down, Pinawa Hospital may r...
City hall plans more than $16M in sidewalks, cycling corr...
City hall plans to spend $16.2 million over the next three years on sidewalks and cycling corridors. A proposal for consideration at Tuesday’s public w...
Accused in Thompson teen's murder told undercover officer...
An undercover police officer recorded one of the men accused of killing Nicholas Brophy appearing to admit that he knew where the murder weapon was, and brag...
Premier, wife stop at New Mexico hospital before taking o...
It seems Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister can't say adios to hiking in New Mexico. Last year, Pallister pledged to return to the Rain Creek-Mogollon Trail ne...
Most Canadian adults say 18 too young to buy, use weed: poll
Nearly three out of four adult Canadians feel the federal minimum age for buying and using cannabis — 18 years old — should be increased, accordi...
Transcona Trail to receive biggest piece of Winnipeg bike...
The city plans to devote $1.7 million of its $5.4-million bike and pedestrian infrastructure budget next year to a new section of the Transcona Trail, accord...
1 person taken to hospital after Wednesday afternoon fire
One person was taken to hospital in stable condition after a home fire in Winnipeg's Beaumont area Wednesday afternoon.
'He's got a hold of me:' Woman says she was groped by Man...
A longtime Manitoba Progressive Conservative party member and volunteer says she was groped by a legislature member ousted from government caucus last month ...
Phone scammers pretending to be police are targeting Winn...
Winnipeg police are warning the public about phone scammers they believe are targeting local numbers, faking a credit card fraud investigation to swindle mon...
Angry widow won't take Assiniboine Park memorial bench re...
After a decade of providing a resting place for anyone strolling near the Assiniboine Park steam train, Lyle Koncan's memorial bench is on its last legs. Kon...
Province says new Selkirk rapid access clinic will help t...
Manitoba's fifth RAAM —rapid access to addictions medicine — clinic has just opened in Selkirk, providing an option for residents in the Interlake-Eastern re...
The love of music leads Camryn Dewar to her sixth gold medal
Camryn Dewar, first year voice major student in the Desautels Faculty of Music, has received a 2018 Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) Gold medal in Level 8 V...
Brandon University posters aim to promote equality, recon...
Brandon University student Debbie Huntinghawk hopes new posters unveiled last week at the university, which highlight some of the Truth and Reconciliation Co...
Two women allege coerced sterilization at Winnipeg hospit...
OTTAWA — A growing number of Indigenous women are coming forward with allegations they were unwillingly made infertile, including a Winnipeg woman who ...
Proposed centre one step closer after approval by communi...
The city's Assiniboia Community Committee burned the candle at both ends Tuesday during a marathon session that lasted nearly eight hours and saw the sitting...
Water flows into street while taps dry since October at W...
People living in a Winnipeg rooming house have been without water for a month, while a steady stream has flowed from the ground into the front street that en...
Social Work: Life, Learnings, and Lessons at 75
This year, the Faculty of Social Work celebrates its 75th anniversary. To get a sense of how the profession has evolved and the shared experiences of so...
Fifth Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine Clinic Opens in...
Winnipeg police arrest financial adviser for allegedly de...
Financial adviser Aime Edmond Grenier has been arrested for fraud and obtaining a loan under false pretence, after police allege he took a $200,000 personal ...
Brave hearts
There may be some heightened symbolism — and a little more volume — as Canadians gather Sunday for Remembrance Day ceremonies that will mark the ...
Manitoba children's advocate to review death of 17-year-o...
A watchdog for children and youth services in Manitoba says it will be investigating the death of Christopher Dwight Beaulieu McIvor, a 17 year old who died ...
Man robbed, carjacked in Winnipeg
A man was forced to drive two people from downtown Winnipeg to the West End before he was robbed and forced to get out of his SUV, police say.
Premier, wife stop in at New Mexico hospital before takin...
It seems Premier Brian Pallister can't say adios to hiking in New Mexico. Last year, Pallister pledged to return to the Rain Creek-Mogollon Trail near Alma, ...
Manitoba's premier thanks medical staff who saved him aft...
Premier Brian Pallister returned to the Gila Regional Medical Center in Silver City New Mexico to thank staff for treating him after an accident in November ...
15 patients moved to other facilities after fire at Pinaw...
People who were at the Pinawa Hospital have been transferred to other facilities after a fire caused by an electrical issue started in the boiler room on Tue...
Police make drug bust after spotting driver snapping a se...
You could say it was selfie-inflicted. A 38-year-old Winnipeg man is facing several drug charges after police found more than $64,000 worth of methamphetamin...
Thieves break into auto repair business, steal vehicles a...
Winnipeg police have released images from surveillance video of two people who broke into an auto repair shop and stole two vehicles.
Staff will suffer from Stella's boycott, sympathetic lunc...
Support Stella's staff. Don't boycott the restaurants. That was the general feeling among the lunch crowd at the Portage Avenue and Memorial Boulevard locati...
Winnipeg kicks off Christmas with annual tree lighting at...
A 45-foot Colorado blue spruce tree, donated by Windsor Park homeowner Dean Munoz-Perez, has been wrapped in 9,000 LED bulbs and set up in front of city hall.
Class-action lawyer told of 2 coerced sterilizations of I...
A lawyer representing Indigenous women who say they were forcibly sterilized in Saskatchewan says she's heard from dozens of women with similar stories, incl...
Cracks force partial closure of bridge over Red River in ...
The Manitoba government has closed down part of a bridge in south Winnipeg after cracks showed up in the deck concrete.
Why is my account on hold?!
  ‘Why am I on hold?!’ is a common concern among students, and it’s often flagged when they attempt to use one of the services provided by the universit...
Game Changer finalists gear up for grand finale
Three finalist teams have been chosen to move forward to present their solutions at the Grand Finale Event of the Game Changer Competition on Nov. 21, 4...
University of Manitoba receives 10 Canada Research Chairs
The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, was on the University of Manitoba campus on Nov. 14 to announce investments in the Canada Resear...
Who wouldn't want a Magic 8 Ball?
I have some shocking news for all you modern parents out there — there are only 41 shopping days left until Christmas. And all of you nurturing, helico...
U.S. charity donates dolls to local refugees
If being kind is in your mission statement, World Kindness Day is a pretty big deal. For a Minnesota charity that seeks to brighten the lives of refugee chil...
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City hall rejects developer's plan for Parker lands
Developer Andrew Marquess struck out at city hall again but he said he’s not giving up on his Parker Lands redevelopment project. Councillors on the ci...
Hairdressing Salon Manager
Brampton, ON Raman Salon & Spa Inc. Salary-  $ 33 per hr Hours-  35 to 40 hrs per week
Many workers don't know what to do about workplace issues...
As workplace harassment allegations surface on social media against Winnipeg restaurant chain Stella's, a Winnipeg human resource professional says many empl...
Abortion pill rarely used in rural Manitoba, new data shows
A drug hailed for easing abortion access for women in rural and remote areas is being dispensed infrequently in the Manitoba communities where barriers to ca...
Personal Aide (home support) Private home of the Boucher ...
St. Isidore, AB, AB Maria De Luna Immigration Services
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Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. TITLE: FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR (NOC 4411) EMPLOYER: JULIET'S CASTLE RESTAURANT (NIRVANA ENTERTAINMENT INC.) &nbs...
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