When Lori Ann O’Cheek went in search of her birth records, she was told her files burned in a fire. When Carla Williams asked for her birth records, she too was told they burned in a fire.
A Winnipeg mom says she is devastated by the new reality of applied behaiour analysis (ABA) supports for children with autism. Her son was promised 3 years of school-aged support, but now will receive just one year under the new provincially-funded model.
Emergency crews in Winnipeg faced another night of multiple fires, this time in the Transcona neighbourhood.
Southern Manitoba is heading into a stretch of beautiful fall weather, so enjoy it while you can.
The City of Winnipeg is poised to replace garbage-and-recycling contractors Emterra Environmental and Progressive Waste Solutions with two other firms.
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The Assiniboine Park’s Pavilion re-opened with an artistic flair Wednesday.
It took all of six minutes and 36 seconds to end 80 careers with the East Side Road Authority. That’s how long it took management to tell the workers Sept. 13 they would be terminated Nov. 25, say two employees who agreed to be interviewed on condition of remaining anonymous because
A new government report says by the end of this century, a changing climate is expected to at least double the area burned each year by forest fires in Canada. The annual forest assessment of 2015 data by Natural Resources Canada says a warming climate will contribute to a 50 per cent increase…
The Assiniboine Park Pavilion unveiled its new look Wednesday after eight months of renovations. The Assiniboine Park Conservancy hosted a ribbon- cutting Wednesday to officially reopen the space and invite in members of the public. A news release from the conservancy stated it will also
A judge has granted a “second chance” to a 21-year-old Winnipeg man who was the driver in the armed robbery of four teens in a mall parking lot Tanner Traverse was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday, with two years remaining to serve in a federal penitentiary, after he
THE POWER, THE GLORY AND THE COINCIDENCE… It was half a century in the making, so it was too momentous an occasion to be missed. But it might have been. If fate hadn’t intervened. It was at a Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra concert last season I chanced to meet the man seated nearby and, as
Winnipeg – Johnny Adams was a West Division all-star with the Blue Bombers in his rookie season of 2015. He had six interceptions along with 65 tackles, and big things were expected of the Michigan State product in 2016. But Adams spent the first 8 games of the season recovering from an apparent hamstring injury. […]
Winnipeg –Get ready to possibly pay more at the pump on Thursday. Dan McTeague from Gasbuddy.com says motorists should play it safe and fill upright away. “This increase of 7 – 8 cents per litre is coming, it’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when.” says McTeague. He says talk of a […]
A man from Sioux Valley Dakota Nation suffered life-threatening injuries when he was shot while hunting late Tuesday night, RCMP say.
A pair of city councillors want Winnipeg to re-examine the idea of allowing taxis to use rush-hour diamond lanes.
A Winnipeg man says he plans to file a human rights complaint against the City of Winnipeg for allowing prayers to be read before council meetings.
As Northerners suggest improvements to Canada’s federal food subsidy program, Arctic Co-operatives Ltd.’s Duane Wilson says increased shipping costs are ‘eroding’ the value of the program each year.
Seven months after Marilyn Munroe was found dead in her Winnipeg home, police are still investigating and her cousin is pleading for answers.
Fire crews inspecting one fire were soon led to the scene of two others on a busy early Wednesday morning in Elmwood.
A Winnipeg man has launched a human rights fight to stop prayers at city council meetings.
Are cockroaches the new bed bugs in Winnipeg?
A hospital in Winnipeg says it’s found low levels of legionella bacteria in its water supply.
In a Manitoba first, a judge has ruled that a dog trained to calm victims of crime be allowed to support a victim at an upcoming sentencing hearing.
Coun. Russ Wyatt wants to see Winnipeg’s chief administrative officer’s powers temporarily suspended in a move challenging the city’s long-standing “strong mayor model.” A motion tabled at Wednesday’s council meeting by the Transcona councillor asks for a
A city councillor is requesting taxis be allowed to travel in Winnipeg’s designated diamond lanes to see if it improves service. Coun. Ross Eadie (Mynarski) presented a motion at Wednesday’s council meeting requesting the city undertake a pilot project that would give the green light to
City council has unanimously backed a plan to release more details contained in employment contracts with senior civic staff and to provide more information about employee salaries. Councillors approved on Wednesday a motion proposed by Coun. Scott Gillingham. He called for a more detailed
The provincial government has launched a new interactive Internet tool that allows Manitobans to play finance minister. Cameron Friesen, who currently has the job, said Wednesday that it’s part of what he promises will be the most comprehensive pre-budget consultation process in the province’s
WINNIPEG – For the first time, Winnipeg Police are admitting a young woman who’s been missing for weeks may have been hanging around with some dangerous people. Twenty one year old Christine Wood was last seen on August 19th. She was in town from Oxford House and staying with her family. Inspector Kelly Dennison says […]
The government of Manitoba has created a new interactive website for Manitobans to play finance minister and design their own provincial budgets.
More new Manitobans joined our ranks from June 2015 to June 2016 than in any year before.
The Manitoba government is cancelling a plan to have former Bank of Canada governor David Dodge review the province’s balanced-budget law.
Provincial and territorial premiers have written to Justin Trudeau to seek a firm commitment from the prime minister for a meeting on health-care funding before the first ministers’ meet to discuss climate change this fall.
A 72-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s may be forced to give up her dog or lose her home because her condo board is refusing to recognize the dog as a service animal.
The Manitoba Human Rights Commission is investigating a complaint about a woman with Alzheimer’s being told by her condominium board that she can no longer keep her specially trained dog.
A city councillor is calling for a broad review of council’s structure and to suspend the chief administrative officer’s powers to reorganize his staff until council formally approves a change.
The city could soon be on the hook to pay about $1.1 million in settlements.