Police are investigating as a possible hate crime the robbery of a Corydon Avenue cafe Thursday night which sent a female employee to hospital and left the restaurant severely damaged with hate-filled anti-Semitic graffiti. “We are investigating this as a hate crime,” said police spokesperson Const. Rob Carver at a press briefing Friday. “It’s yet […]
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All about NDP Is it me or is the sitting opposition supposed to keep the ruling government to task? (NDP leader) Wab Kinew has said he will oppose the impending budget on grounds supporting the interests of Manitobans. (Then) he struck a deal with Pallister to let it go through only if the NDP, and […]
“It was a little careless and it could have been a lot more serious,” West Kelowna Fire Rescue Capt. Pat Harmata said.
Some 70 per cent of self-employed Canadians struggle to get paid on time, a recent Interac survey found.
Many of the demons, ghosts and aliens that have ‘invaded’ people’s bedrooms over the centuries can be traced to an uncommon sleep disorder, experts say.
Is housing about making money or having a place to live? It’s time to talk, says the Canada Research Chair in urban change and social inclusion.
Police in Northern Ireland on Saturday arrested two teenagers in connection with the fatal shooting of a journalist during rioting in the city of Londonderry.
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — A former journalist arrested almost two years ago after two banks were robbed in Medicine Hat, Alta., has been convicted of the crimes. Stephen Vogelsang, who is 55, entered guilty pleas Thursday in provincial court to two counts of robbery. He is to be sentenced on July 30. Vogelsang was arrested […]
Police have identified the victim in the city’s 13th homicide which occurred early Thursday morning and are asking for the public’s assistance to solving the case and bringing closure to his friends and family. On Friday, Police identified the victim as 53-year-old Joselito Fernandez of Winnipeg. “Out there there are friends and family of Joselito […]
Another 9,000 Winnipeggers showed up for the Winnipeg Whiteout Street Party on Thursday for Game 5 of the Winnipeg Jets playoff series, according to figures released by Economic Development Winnipeg. While the final score wasn’t likely what most fans were expecting with a 3-2 loss to St. Louis, Winnipeg Police were pleased with how the […]
The Winnipeg Jets like to think they’re a team flush with talented forwards. If a couple more of them don’t step up, their season will be flushed down the toilet far sooner than they’d ever thought possible. Going into this first-round Stanley Cup playoff series with St. Louis, many thought the matchup of top lines […]
About 250 people from the downtown community were treated to a hot turkey dinner Friday evening at Lighthouse Mission as the community gathered to celebrate the Easter Weekend with a dinner and church service. According to Lighthouse Mission’s Beverly Ajtay, the Good Friday dinner is an extension of the Mission’s Chili and Church program where […]
The Winnipeg Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance with locating Garry Albert Beaudry, a 62-year-old of Winnipeg who has been missing for over three weeks. Beaudry was last seen on March 26 in the area of the Salvation Army Winnipeg Booth Centre at 180 Henry Avenue. He is described as white, five-foot-seven in height, […]
Police have charged a Winnipeg man with second-degree murder and attempted murder in connection with a double stabbing Monday night at a local restaurant. The Ontario Provincial Police stopped an eastbound …
A new trial has been ordered for two men who convinced a judge their rights had been violated by police and had evidence of a drug bust tossed out of …
The NDP candidate for Edmonton-South West conceded Friday, meaning the UCP will likely have at least one MLA from Edmonton in the Alberta legislature.
The Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba is investigating allegations an on-duty Winnipeg officer pepper-sprayed a cyclist on a city street. The cyclist, Thomas Krause, said the alleged use of force was …
Ordinarily, we would never consider asking an interviewee anything to do with their underwear, let alone what style they have on. However, when the person seated across from us is Laura …
The ugliest activity around Bell MTS Place on Thursday night was the Winnipeg Jets’ third-period collapse on the ice, not the fans’ behaviour at the third Whiteout street party outside. Before …
An employee was attacked and a River Heights neighbourhood restaurant targeted for the fourth time in five months by a hate crime involving anti-Semitic graffiti and property damage Thursday, the ……
The death of a man who was found injured near railway tracks in the the North End early Thursday has been ruled a homicide, Winnipeg police say. Joselito Fernandez, 53, of …
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Const. Akhil Mooken told Global News a concerned resident called the non-emergency police number to report the strolling bird.
Hockey Hall of Famer Steve Yzerman was named general manager of the Detroit Red Wings on Friday.
The company formerly known as Nexen Energy has been fined $450,000 after pleading guilty to charges in the 2016 deaths of two workers near Fort McMurray.
The proposal is the latest salvo in the battle over the future of the controversial “protestival”.
Jacob Trouba hopes recent history will repeat itself for the Winnipeg Jets.
A federal criminal complaint says Kless called the Washington offices of Rep. Eric Swalwell of California, Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey on Tuesday and left profanity-laden voicemails for each politician.
The Nikolic family has overcome more adversity in the past two decades than the average family would face in a lifetime.
Manitoba taxpayers will continue to pay a portion of campaign expenses for candidates and political parties under a deal struck by the Pallister government and the Opposition NDP Wednesday. Premier Brian Pallister caved in to NDP demands that government keep some portion of the subsidy, which costs taxpayers roughly $3 million per election. Under the […]
What’s white and sleeps six? Beleaguered taxpayers have known for decades that this joke was only funny because it was true. What’s not funny is that 5-year mayor Bowman claims to be surprised that there could be gross inefficiencies within the city’s ever-growing workforce. It stands without saying that a primary expectation of our elected […]
Irving Berlin’s Christmas song “White Christmas” is a classic — Bing Crosby’s version remains the best-selling single of all time. And yet, if the logic of a special interest group in Winnipeg is to prevail, the name of the song would have to be changed to something like “Grey Christmas”. The group demands that the […]
An old demon reared its head at the Winnipeg Jets Thursday night, and now they’re staring into the maw of an ugly reality: one more loss and they’re out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. With a 2-zip lead on the St. Louis Blues in Game 5, the Jets gagged in that leading-after-two scenario for the […]
ST. LOUIS – The Winnipeg Jets could be without one of their quickest forwards for their most important game of the season. Jets winger Nikolaj Ehlers left Thursday’s game with 45.5 seconds to go in the third period after blocking a point shot from St. Louis Blues defenceman Colton Parayko. Ehlers was hobbled by the […]
ST. LOUIS – We’re about to find out what this edition of the Winnipeg Jets is really made of. Pushed to the brink of elimination by the St. Louis Blues after failing to hold a two-goal lead in the third period of Game 5 on Thursday, the Jets margin for error is as slim as […]