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Two young children were attacked by the dog on the same day.
MPP Paul Miller is calling on the Ford government to support a judicial inquiry into safety concerns involving the Red Hill Valley Parkway.
Three men and a woman from Kitchener have been arrested in connection to a string of break-ins across Southern Ontario.
The Liberals are accusing Brian Pallister’s government of going against its word by using tax dollars to promote a PST cut.
Power is out for about 300 customers in Winnipeg after an SUV crashed into a hydro pole.
The Rebecca Schofield Fund will help cancer patients with the cost of transportation, appointments, groceries and unexpected bills.
A team from the University of Saskatchewan and Parks Canada performed necropsies on more than 30 dead animals during trips to the isolated sandbar about 160 kilometres off Nova Scotia in 2017 and 2018.
Northumberland OPP have made two arrests for impaired driving over the past two days.
Côte Saint-Luc officials have announced that major repairs are expected to start this spring.
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries is rolling out new security measures to try to curb the growing number of thefts and robberies in its stores.
Therae Racette-Beaulieu, the man who shot an RCMP officer during a series of break-ins in western Manitoba last summer, could learn Thursday how long he’ll spend behind bars.
Winnipeg councillors voted Thursday to protect a 92-year-old Hudson’s Bay store downtown and sell a 105-year-old theatre to developers who plan to maintain the performance space.
An online tool to help understand the health of Lake Winnipeg has been launched. Lake Winnipeg DataStream (www.lakewinnipegdatastream.ca) will be an open hub for data collected by a host of agencies. “A …
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Hope Hicks has reportedly agreed to turn over documents requested by the Democrat-majority House Judiciary Committee as part of an investigation into potential obstruction of justice by Trump.
Now that their proposal has won an award, the backers behind Edmonton’s High Level Line project are hoping that recognition will help spur action to make the proposal a reality.
Councillors are expected to decide which projects will be submitted for senior government funding by next week.
The civil claim filed in B.C. Supreme Court calls for the four plaintiffs to be paid $200,000 each.
Simon Fraser University’s board of governors will vote on the controversial proposed tuition hike Thursday morning.
Winnipeg homeowners will pay 2.33 per cent more in property tax and see a cut to road repairs in the 2019 budget passed by council at a special meeting Wednesday.
Two Indigenous organizations say they’re concerned about the release of sensitive information in the Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth’s report on Tina Fontaine, and the impact it could have on surviving family members.
The odds of any kid making the NHL are enormous, even those from privileged homes in big cities with all the amenities. For an Indigenous kid from Cross Lake, Man., they’re stacked up higher than the highest snow banks. Brady Keeper overcame those odds when he signed a contract with the Florida Panthers this week, […]
Enemy of humanity I was completely distraught hearing of the massacre at two New Zealand mosques. As I return to the same mosque in Pakistan where I myself was a victim of a shooting at the age of 10, in 2005, simply for being an Ahmadi Muslim — my own family members were shot down, […]
ANAHEIM — With the playoffs just three weeks away, the Winnipeg Jets are looking like a team that is building toward a peak. They were far from perfect on Wednesday night but took their fourth straight game, this time 3-0 over the Anaheim Ducks at the Honda Center, once again riding a strong defensive performance […]
Landlords can’t refuse potential tenants just because they are on social assistance, the province’s human rights commission has ruled. “This case reminds us that prejudice and stereotyping can have devastating effects …
Police are asking the public for help as they try to find a man serving a manslaughter sentence who escaped from the Stan Daniels Healing Centre in downtown Edmonton.
Matt Bevin said he exposed his children to chickenpox in order to immunize them. That’s a “public health hazard,” says one expert.
Of the erroneous charge, New Zealand Police said, “we made a mistake and we will own it.”
A pedestrian was rushed to hospital in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle near Osborne Street at Morley Avenue.
After being diagnosed with brain cancer in December, Grade 4 student Kailyn Danielson’s wish was to spend a day with her classmates from Cranberry Portage school in Winnipeg. The Frontier School Division and a handful of Manitoba-based companies worked together to make that wish come true.
The president of the Winnipeg Labour Council says she plans to resign after alleging her male colleagues in the labour movement bullied her, made sexist remarks and pressured her to quit.