Looking Back -- Sept. 20, 2018
SIXTY YEARS AGO The second instalment of $5,000 on its $30,000 pledge to the Brandon General Hospital building fund has been made by the Brandon Kinsmen club...
Thompson mayoral candidate who founded online hate group ...
A candidate for mayor in Thompson says he’s pulling out of the race at his wife's request after racist comments he posted nearly a decade ago resurfaced online.
Construction workers, labour campaign against Pallister's...
Construction workers and labour representatives have launched a public campaign to stop Bill 28, which involves billboards and bus ads decrying the Public Se...
Province gives police help to smoke out cannabis scofflaws
Premier Brian Pallister's government has deputized a slew of cannabis cops to give front line police officers help in weeding out lawbreakers after legalizat...
Main Street Project to expand to former Mitchell Fabrics ...
The Main Street Project is moving on up. The shelter’s administration finalized the purchase of the former Mitchell Fabrics building at Main Street and...
'He slept in': Judge issues warrant after teen allegedly ...
The trial of a Winnipeg police officer charged with allegedly using excessive force and striking a 12-year-old boy last year hit a delay Tuesday when the boy...
Hate-group founder drops out of Thompson mayoral race
A candidate for mayor in Thompson haunted by his social media history of supporting white supremacy is dropping out of the race. "My family is incredibly aff...
Woman pleads not guilty as murder trial begins for 2016 s...
A Winnipeg woman accused of killing a man in the presence of her four-year-old son has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder. The jury that will decide ...
Officer's assault trial delayed by absence of boy
The trial for a Winnipeg police officer accused of using excessive force on a 12-year-old boy was delayed Tuesday because the boy didn't show up in court. Ch...
Grace Hospital nurse attacked in meth-fuelled incident: n...
A nurse in the Grace Hospital emergency room was attacked in an unprovoked, meth-related incident last Friday evening, the Manitoba Nurses Union says.
Arrests linked to liquor thefts, police say
A stolen vehicle led Winnipeg police officers to make five theft-related arrests Monday morning in the city's Weston area, including three alleged to be invo...
Half a Century Milestone for the Natural Resources Institute
The Natural Resources Institute (NRI) at the University of Manitoba is marking a significant milestone this year, celebrating its 50th Anniversary. In 1968, ...
Compare and contrast the campaign thus far
It's shaping up to be an epic battle between the "back to the future" campaign of a feisty challenger and the "lofty ideals" campaign of the incumbent mayor....
New in school: Indigenous cooking, Harry Potter as litera...
Manitoba post-secondary schools offer fresh approaches to enliven their classes, including a culinary skills program for Indigenous students, the Harry Potte...
Homecoming: A time to reunite and remember
Dave Henry [BA/’79] still remembers the excitement that surrounded Homecoming when he played for the Bison football team in the mid-late 1970s. “On homecomin...
Join us on Oct. 4
You’re invited to participate in a focus group on Thursday, Oct. 4 to share insights and opinions into the future direction of the University of Manito...
Three days, three North End attacks, three homicides
Violent physical assaults ended the lives of three men in separate incidents in the North End Saturday, Sunday and Monday, police say. The three deaths raise...
Winnipeg man who was cocaine courier gets 2 years for tra...
Loved ones wept as a Winnipeg man caught with baggies of cocaine in a rental car two summers ago was sentenced Tuesday to two years behind bars.
Hearing Date Set for Inquest into Death of Taumas Leblanc
Motkaluk promises 311 overhaul to alleviate wait times
Mayoral hopeful Jenny Motkaluk is promising to bring a customer service culture change to city hall if elected Oct. 24. One component of that plan will be an...
Lake Manitoba First Nation to get $1M to pay for portable...
Lake Manitoba First Nation will get $1 million to cover the costs of portable classrooms after about 75 students were forced to return to school without clas...
3 people charged in Winnipeg Liquor Mart thefts worth $29K
Two men and a teenage girl have been charged in connection with 55 Liquor Mart thefts after police pulled over a stolen car in Winnipeg.
Player 1, Schulich Leader Alex Kitt
Alex Kitt won’t admit how much time he spends playing video games, but it’s a lot, and it’s paid off. “Ever since I got my first Lego set as a little kid, I&...
Province reports 1st decrease in child welfare numbers in...
The government's efforts to focus greater efforts on helping families before they reach a crisis point has resulted in the 3.6 per cent decrease from last ye...
Mayoral candidate Motkaluk pledges to improve 'screwed-up...
Mayoral candidate Jenny Motkaluk has promised to improve Winnipeg's 311 service by directing some calls directly to city departments during regular business ...
Carol Burnett fan has been having fun with comedian's old...
Carol Burnett will be in Winnipeg this Thursday for a Q&A session at the Centennial Concert Hall, but her car has been in the city for years.
Woman attacked at gunpoint in Winnipeg's South Osborne area
A woman suffered cuts and scrapes in an armed robbery in Winnipeg's south Osborne area.
Number of Manitoba kids in CFS care down for first time i...
The number of children in care of Manitoba Child and Family Services has decreased for the first time in 15 years, the province says. The total as of March 3...
Asper, Riley and Northcott named 'honorary' Bowman campai...
Three well-known Winnipeggers are serving ceremonial roles in incumbent mayor Brian Bowman's re-election campaign.
Cadets, river patrol and community officers will enforce ...
Winnipeg police cadets will be empowered to arrest people for smoking marijuana in public places or underage use after legalization.
Winnipeg records 3 homicides in 3 days, all from vicious ...
Three people are dead in just three days during a violent stretch in Winnipeg.
Free pancake breakfast kicks off Homecoming football day
Get to the U of M Bookstore this Friday and Saturday for 25% off Bison gear! There is no better day to don your brown and gold and show off your Bison Pride ...
Assistant cooks Denny's Kingsway 7774 (NOC 6322)
kingsway burnaby, BC Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title:   Assistant cooks Denny's Kingsway 7774 (NOC 6322)  Employer:  Denny...
Manitobans Encouraged to Celebrate Culture Days
Assistant cooks Denny's Mt.lehman 9216
mt.lehman, BC Link Canada Immigration Inc.   Title:   Assistant cooks Denny's Mt.lehman 9216 (NOC 6322)  Employer:  De...
Expanded Responsibilities for Safety Officers, Cadets and...
Accused conspirator denies targeting 'very dear' Anhang
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO — One of the accused conspirators in the Adam Anhang murder trial testified Monday that the victim was “very dear” to...
Assistant cooks Denny's Richmond 8725
Richmond, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc.   Title:   Assistant cooks Denny's Richmond 8725 (NOC 6322)  Employer:  Denn...
Food Service Supervisor
Red Deer, AB 1525637 Alberta Ltd
Assistant cooks Denny's Abbotsford 8521 (NOC 6322)
Abbotsford, BC Link Canada Immigration Inc.   Title:   Assistant cooks Denny's Abbotsford 8521 (NOC 6322)  Employer:  Denny...
Discounts on personal training Oct. 1-5
A message from Recreation Services: Take advantage of our personal training week promotion from Oct. 1-5. Purchase any personal training package or assessmen...
Note on house where man found dead tells people to 'go home'
A house in Winnipeg's North End, where a man was found dead this weekend, had a note taped to it warning people to not show up unannounced.
Assistant cooks Denny's Langley 7034
Langley, BC Link Canada Immigration Inc.   Title:   Assistant cooks Denny's Langley 7034 (NOC 6322)  Employer:  Denny&...
October is Cyber Security Awareness Month
Cyber Security Awareness Month is an internationally recognized campaign held each October to inform the public of the importance of cyber security. Cybercri...
Canadian Business: Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies
As Canadian Business reports, Manitoba’s TREK Geotechnical Inc. (TREK) has been named as number 383 on the 30th annual Growth 500. The company was ...
Homecoming Throwback: Law class of 1998
The year 1998 was one for the history books. Google was founded; Mulan hit the big screen; and Discmen were all the rage. Most notably, it was also the ...
Province Reports Reduction in the Number of Children in Care
The St. Boniface Bicycle Drive-In Movie Theatre
This year, as part of Nuit Blanche Winnipeg’s Illuminate the Night programme, I will be doing an installation called the St Boniface Bicycle Drive-In Movie T...
Risky communications
Clear and effective communication is vital to all human endeavour and interaction.  But clear and effective communication in the pub...
Province Invests Nearly $10 Million to Upgrade Health Fac...
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