Winning game plan
It was some kind of ghastly benchmark in Canadian culture when, in 2010, someone made a movie titled Score: A Hockey Musical, a silly effort with a dead-end ...
Raining cats and dogs at Winnipeg Humane Society
The Winnipeg Humane Society is brimming with cats and dog after a high number of people surrendered their pets. “As of (Tuesday), we were at max capaci...
Glenboro grieves after retired couple killed in highway c...
Residents of a western Manitoba town are in mourning after a retired couple was killed in a collision with a tractor-trailer at a highway intersection Monday...
Winnipegger turns passion for fixing up Boler trailers in...
Jorge Torres bought his first used Boler trailer just over two years ago. He now has 15 of the iconic Winnipeg-made campers, which he rents out to nostalgic ...
149 men and counting: addictions centre marks milestone
After trying to get sober twice, Shane Sturby-Highfield was starting to lose hope. A friend helped him get to a RAAM clinic and paved his way to the Bruce Oa...
MPI, repair shops buried under avalanche of repair claims
Douglas Steinhilber had no idea when his car was hit by a vehicle running a stop sign just after Valentine’s Day that he’d still be negotiating w...
Hospital CEO paid $615K in year she quit
A former St. Boniface Hospital chief executive officer — criticized for her regular long-distance commutes from Montreal — earned more than twice...
'System is under extreme stress': WFPS sick days, OT this...
Sick days and overtime hours have soared this year for Winnipeg firefighters and paramedics, with the rise in absences leaving four recent shifts short-staff...
Manitoba's doctors watchdog headed to image rehab
MANITOBA’S physician watchdog says it plans to “rebrand,” shifting its reputation away from one as “feared” disciplinarian towa...
Century-old tunnel repair milestone for legislative build...
Workers are digging up dirt at the Manitoba Legislative Building — literally. On the surface, for months, the east side of the lawn facing Broadway has...
New construction in Osborne Village points to vitality, d...
A stretch of longstanding buildings in Osborne Village where AAA Antiques and Gags Unlimited once stood, have been torn down. In it's place a new building wi...
Winnipeg Jets to open 2022-23 season at home Oct. 14 agai...
The NHL's 2022-23 regular-season schedule, which was released on Wednesday, has the Jets opening the season on Oct. 14 when they host the New York Rangers.
Melita seeks long-term solution to ER summer closure
Caught off guard by a two-month closure of their local hospital, more than 200 residents of Melita and surrounding rural communities showed up at a public me...
High-dose flu vaccine available to all Manitobans 65 and ...
All Manitobans age 65 and older are eligible for a high-dose flu vaccine this fall to protect them from severe illness.
Premier praises vaccine after personal COVID experience
After repeatedly telling Manitobans they have to “learn to live with COVID,” Premier Heather Stefanson now has some firsthand experience with the...
Whiteshell park open to drivers, but some restrictions re...
Vehicle access in Whiteshell Provincial Park has been fully restored, but flooding continues to put a damper on camping and boating activities. The Manitoba ...
CBC Winnipeg News July 06, 2022
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Severe thunderstorm warnings, watches issued for part of ...
A severe thunderstorm capable of producing very strong wind gusts, nickel-to-ping-pong-ball-sized hail and heavy rain is passing through southeastern Manitob...
Severe thunderstorm warnings, watches lifted in southern ...
Environment Canada has lifted a series of severe thunderstorm warnings and watches in southern Manitoba.
COVID-19 restrictions might be gone this summer, but the ...
As Manitobans celebrate their first summer free of sweeping public health restrictions since the COVID-19 pandemic began, one Winnipeg epidemiologist says ca...
Steinbach RCMP on the lookout for missing teen
RCMP are looking for a missing teenager Landyn Thomas from the RM of Reynolds who might be in the Ste. Anne or Winnipeg area. 
Omicron hit half of Manitobans: study
More than half of Manitobans caught COVID-19 during the Omicron wave, a new study of blood tests suggests. Between 50 and 60 per cent of Canadians in western...
Missing 14-year-old girl last seen near Winnipeg hospital...
Police said on Wednesday evening the teenage girl was found safe.
Bruce Oake Recovery Centre celebrates 1 year of operation...
Winnipeg's Bruce Oake Recovery Centre is celebrating one year of supporting men in addressing their substance use disorders.
Reproductive Justice for Medically Uninsured Pregnant Peo...
Dr. Lindsay Larios, assistant professor, has recently received a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Development Grant to examine...
Jill of all trades
Senuri Weligamage is about to turn a slab of sheet metal into a steampunk-inspired lampshade. The 12-year-old is at her work station during a bustling mornin...
15-year-old boy missing from southeastern Manitoba could ...
Landyn Thomas is about five feet six inches tall, 110 pounds, with dark hair and an undercut. Thomas was reported missing on Sunday after he left his home sh...
Bombers name 'dynamic and consistent' Reid and Walls, for...
Running back Fred Reid, defensive end Gavin Walls and former president Lynn Bishop were all named for induction into the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Hall of Fame o...
Former Winnipeg Jets defenceman Bryan Marchment dies at 53
Former NHL defenceman Bryan Marchment died unexpectedly Wednesday in Montreal, his agent said. He was 53.
Manitoba Government to Make High-Dose Seasonal Flu Vaccin...
Faculty of Education progress on review of MEd and PhD pr...
As you are aware, the Faculty of Education is undergoing a review of its Master of Education (MEd) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programs. As part of the re...
Road Access Fully Restored in Whiteshell Provincial Park
Hungry and desperate: Address basic needs to improve down...
As food continues to get more expensive, more people are in need — and hungry people are desperate people, says the head of the the Winnipeg street patrol gr...
City's 311 lets callers know how long they'll wait
A new online tool will help callers to the city’s 311 service better predict how long they’ll spend on hold. After months of soaring wait times t...
City will try to fill money-losing ex-Canada Post office
The City of Winnipeg is launching another effort to find tenants for the former Canada Post tower downtown, a plan it expects would move some city offices in...
Happy Fridays to bring 'more fun and energy back' to Village
OSBORNE Village saved $50,000 by cancelling its traditional Canada Day event. So, the Business Improvement Zone is using the money to clean up the streets an...
Deli departs after 43 years of serving sandwiches
The Yamron family, the owners of Nathan Detroit’s Sandwich Pad in the Lombard Concourse, will be closing up shop for the last time this summer. Mother ...
City adds 12 defendants to police HQ construction lawsuit
A Manitoba court has allowed the City of Winnipeg to add more people and companies to its wide-ranging lawsuit over the construction of the Winnipeg Police S...
Attack on Ukrainian refugee puts The Forks safety in spot...
Manitoba’s Ukrainian community is rallying around two refugees considering a move to a different province after they were attacked at The Forks on Cana...
Manitoba teen scofflaws dinged thousands for weekend spee...
One driver was fined $1,079 for speeding. The other driver, who was operating an unregistered vehicle under a false licence with no insurance, was fined $2,174.
New UM Orientation event for all students: Ready to Roam!
As you may have heard, the UM Orientation team has created some new and exciting events to welcome new and returning students to Fort Garry campus. This summ...
Tight-fisted Tories stand pat as Winnipeg ER, urgent-care...
Winnipeggers are waiting almost twice as long to see a doctor or nurse practitioner in hospital emergency rooms and urgent-care centres compared to five year...
Latest COVID-19 Recovery updates
Below are the latest updates and news as of July 6, 2022. For further information, please visit the COVID-19 webpage. Guidelines for Summer Term Beginning on...
Mayoral candidate promises 500 EV charging stations
A solution to rocketing gas prices and the environmental crisis is at the top of mayoral candidate Shaun Loney’s priority list. Loney, the former direc...
Commission to probe literacy education
The Manitoba Human Rights Commission will investigate literacy education in response to dozens of reports about concerns the public school system is failing ...
Joint venture: Manitoba cannabis producers team up to pac...
Starting next week, five independently owned Manitoba cannabis companies will handle the packaging and delivering of cannabis themselves. They say they will ...
Sister struggles to bring her Sixties Scoop brother's ash...
When Susan Chief wanted to bring her brother's remains home to Manitoba, she ended up in a dispute with his adoptive family.
Young day campers spooked by random act of violence
A man walking ahead of his caregivers randomly jumped on a young boy in Kildonan Park while children participated in a summer day camp Monday morning. The in...
Shared Health being sued by Winnipeg IT company for viola...
A Winnipeg IT company is suing Shared Health for nearly $3 million, alleging the provincial health agency violated its intellectual property rights and organ...
Shared Health violated intellectual property rights, Winn...
A Winnipeg information technology company is suing Shared Health for nearly $3 million, alleging the provincial health agency violated its intellectual prope...
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