Court hears accused threatened woman at hotel
A 43-year-old Winnipeg Police Service officer accused of using his position to sexually assault and victimize vulnerable women is on trial in provincial cour...
Trial resumes for city cop accused of sexual assault, cri...
A trial for a city police officer charged with using his position to obtain sexual favours from two women resumed Tuesday with testimony from a former hotel ...
Bombing victim shows grace, courage during testimony
When the courtroom doors opened, Maria Mitousis strode through, and a solemn hush settled over the room. This is what grace looks like. This is what courage ...
A pain in the budget: Bowman makes good on threats to cut...
Mayor Brian Bowman's threat of widespread rollbacks and service cuts next year are a reality in the city's proposed 2018 budget. Transit riders will be hit w...
Bowman's budget receives range of reactions
Reaction to city hall’s proposed 2018 budget covered the extremes, from congratulations to condemnation. The chamber of commerce and a road constructio...
Crossing the border for Black Friday shopping? Follow the...
Canada’s border services agency released a list of tips to help Manitoba Black Friday shoppers avoid problems when coming back into the country.
'A firecracker pop': Lawyer Maria Mitousis recounts openi...
More than two years after surviving an explosion at her law office, lawyer Maria Mitousis still remembers the "firecracker" noise the bomb made as it sent sh...
Health-care funding should go to where patients go, not t...
The province should consider shifting some health-care funding from where people live to where they get their primary care — especially for southern Ma...
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Manitoba homicide rates almost twice the national average
Manitoba homicide rates were the second highest among provinces last year despite a decline in murders. There were 42 homicides in the province in 2016, or 3...
Second public works official quits in wake of Charleswood...
A second senior official in the City of Winnipeg's public works department is leaving his job in the fallout from the south Charleswood roadway corridor and ...
Chief medical examiner calls inquest into death of Stony ...
The province’s chief medical examiner has called an inquest into the death of an inmate at Stony Mountain Institution earlier this year.
Civic budgets show results of trickle-down cutbacks
Mayor Brian Bowman warned us it would be tough. And in this instance, he was true to his word. The 2018 operating and capital budgets, tabled Wednesday, are ...
Winnipeg's proposed 2018 budget in seven graphics
Mayor Brian Bowman warned us it would be tough. And in this instance, he was true to his word. The 2018 operating and capital budgets, tabled Wednesday, are ...
Hit-run victim's family disappointed accused did not make...
The family of a Winnipeg man killed in a hit-and-run last month hoped to see the off-duty police officer charged in the deadly incident in court on Wednesday...
Manitoba RCMP warn motorists about driving down closed hi...
If you're ignoring road closure signs around the province this winter, you're not only putting yourself at risk, but the lives of emergency responders as well.
Charged cop not present for brief court hearing in fatal ...
A fatal hit-and-run case involving a Winnipeg police officer charged with drunk driving made its first court appearance Wednesday. Const. Justin Holz, a 34-y...
25 cent bus fare hike, route cuts proposed in preliminary...
In its preliminary budget tabled Wednesday, the City of Winnipeg is proposing a 25 cent increase in transit fares — the largest jump in recent memory.
25 cent bus fare hike, route cuts will hurt Winnipeg's po...
In its preliminary budget tabled Wednesday, the City of Winnipeg proposed a 25 cent increase in transit fares — the largest jump in recent memory.
Red River College nursing students shine at international...
​Two Winnipeg nursing students put their skills to the test against 31 other teams at an international competition in China and came out with a silver medal.
3 teens charged with attempted murder in Oxford House fire
Three teens are facing a series of charges including attempted murder in connection with a house fire last month in Oxford House First Nation, Manitoba RCMP ...
Inquest called into death of inmate at Stony Mountain
The province called an inquest Thursday into the death of an inmate early this year at Stony Mountain Institution. Lewis Sitar, 50, had a month or two left t...
Winnipeg budget 2018: Bus fares and parking fees up, infr...
Winnipeggers will pay another loonie an hour to park on city streets and 25 cents more to take the bus next year to help the city cover all of its costs in 2...
Obstruction charges stayed against veteran Brandon police...
Obstruction-of-justice charges laid against a veteran Brandon police sergeant in connection with a 2014 bar brawl in the western Manitoba city in 2014 have b...
Police charge man in connection to death on Peguis First ...
Police have arrested a 29-year-old man in connection with a homicide last weekend on Peguis First Nation. On Saturday, RCMP were called to the First Nation i...
Wanted: New home for West Broadway soup kitchen
Time is running out for Agape Table. The venerable soup kitchen needs to move out of its current space attached to the All Saints Church on Colony Street by ...
Opioid prescriptions in Canada on the rise over last 5 years
Doctors have been prescribing more opioids overall, but giving individual patients fewer doses at one time, a new report says.
Manitoba homicide rate falls but still among highest in c...
Manitoba's homicide rate has slipped slightly but remains the second highest in Canada and well above the national rate.
Charges laid in homicide on Peguis First Nation
A 29-year-old man is charged with second-degree murder in connection with a weekend death on Manitoba's Peguis First Nation.
Ottawa takes cover off regulation plan for recreational c...
OTTAWA — The federal government has revealed part of its strategy for regulating recreational cannabis when it becomes legal in July, proposing to allo...
Cops bust Brandon man with drugs and weapons while he was...
A 36-year-old Brandon man faces a litany of charges after he was found sleeping in his vehicle with drugs and a gun early Tuesday morning. At about 8 a.m., a...
South Osborne neighbours pack meeting on boarded-up Rubin...
More than 100 people packed a room at the Fort Rouge Leisure Centre hoping for word on the future of the Rubin Block, which has been boarded up since a fire ...
Continuing the journey towards a reconciled education system
More than 350 leaders from Indigenous communities and post-secondary institutions across Canada gathered at the University of Manitoba on Nov. 8 and 9 for th...
Community Care Program launched
Affecting real change in the lives of local families is now possible, thanks to the new Community Care Program, unveiled last week at Central Station. Born f...
Be a part of the Faculty and Staff Indigenous Career Ment...
A new program has been developed to bring people together, foster meaningful connections and help grow and develop careers. The Faculty and Staff Indigenous ...
The need is closer than you think: United Way can help
You just might know who you’re helping. That’s what the volunteers for this year’s Fort Garry campaign for the United Way want you to keep in mind as they ac...
Charleswood corridor questions go unasked
Councillors on a civic committee let slip an opportunity Tuesday to question the key city staffer on the south Charleswood corridor project, and get to the b...
Mail bomb victim Maria Mitousis hesitated before opening ...
The lawyer who suffered devastating injuries when a mail bomb exploded in her hands is testifying Wednesday at the trial of Guido Amsel.
Syrian family grateful for new life in Winnipeg despite s...
Fadel Ahmad works every day to learn the language of his new home, taking English classes through a federally funded course as he and his family work toward ...
New Academic Jobs – November 22, 2017
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Try it out – Buy Nothing Day
When was the last time you went shopping? Was it for something essential, like groceries, or something that could be considered a luxury? If you’re the avera...
Traffic lights suggested to help grocer
First, it was a $3-million retaining wall. Now, city hall is considering installing traffic lights to facilitate customer traffic into specialty grocer Piazz...
Throne Speech rich with unprovable pledges
"If wishes were horses, beggars would ride." This 18th Century Scottish proverb argues that if wishing something to be true was enough, even the most downtro...
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Emily Cablek breaks silence on children's abduction, dome...
A Winnipeg mother whose children were abducted and taken to Mexico nine years ago is sharing her story of abuse and exploitation for the first time in hopes ...
Transit cuts, more money for road renewals expected as ci...
For months, Mayor Brian Bowman has promised Winnipeggers a painful budget. Wednesday is the day the nature of that pain will become clear.
Klinic to close Transcona drop-in counselling program
Klinic Community Health is closing a drop-in counselling program in Transcona, saying they say they are "no longer in a position to operate two drop-in couns...
Bosnian Serb military chief Mladic convicted of genocide
The UN's Yugoslav war crimes tribunal convicts Bosnian Serb military chief Gen. Ratko Mladic of genocide and crimes against humanity, and sentences him to li...
Bosnian Serbian military chief Mladic convicted of genocide
The UN's Yugoslav war crimes tribunal convicts Bosnian Serbian military chief Gen. Ratko Mladic of genocide and crimes against humanity, and sentences him to...
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