Members of Winnipeg’s Pakistani community say a Conservative MP’s controversial tweets helped draw hundreds to their Pakistan Independence Day celebration on Sunday.
The family of Manitoban Jeff Freiheit, who went missing while hiking in the German Alps, wants the federal and provincial governments to help them search for him.
Remember the CBC show Hymn Sing? Choristers from the long-running program will reunite in Winnipeg for what could be an emotional singalong, 53 years after its first broadcast.
The Canadian Medical Association has called for a single regulatory system for medical and recreational marijuana, but other stakeholders say a separate stream protects patients and encourages research.
Last week, CancerCare Manitoba officials said they didn’t tell 175 affected patients they were underdosed because they don’t believe it caused anyone harm.
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It’s not the number government officials were hoping to see three months after cutting the ribbon at Grace Hospital’s new “state-of-the-art” emergency department. Instead of wait times dropping at the larger and vastly improved $43.8-million ER, they’ve been slowly inching up again. The provincial government unveiled the new ER in May, touting it as one […]
First Nations doctors shared personal stories at a national health summit to demonstrate how Indigenous patients still face racism and unequal access to treatment across the country. Dr. Alika Lafontaine, a Cree and Anishinaabe anesthesiologist, spoke in front of hundreds of health professionals at the Canadian Medical Association inaugural Health Summit in Winnipeg on Monday. […]
Winnipeg organizers looked back on the 49th Folklorama, which closed its annual run on Saturday, and took a moment to catch a breath, but not for long as plans for next year’s 50th Folklorama are well underway. “I am feeling great — we are very pleased at the success of the festival — operationally things […]
The 49th annual Folklorama wrapped up with a special presentation in the Rotunda of the Manitoba Legislative Building in Winnipeg on Monday, Aug. 20, 2018, featuring entertainment from seven pavilions; India, Africa, French Canadian, Ukraine-Kyiv, Chinese, Pearl of the Orient Philippine, and Chile Lindo.
Two women who are passionate about healthy living are spearheading an event they hope will help Winnipeggers get in touch with their body, mind and spirit, and they need volunteers …
Police are investigating after a body was found in the Owen Sound Harbour area of Georgian Bay.
Saskatoon will be under sunny skies with some heat by mid-week with temperatures into the high-20s, or possibly even 30 C.
Lumber buyers appear to be worried about supply disruptions if this summer’s B.C. wildfire toll is as severe as last season, market analyst says.
A man is facing a number of charges after allegedly stealing a delivery car and evading police.
Two hikers drove through a wildfire in Montana’s Glacier National Park, in an escape attempt captured on video.
The mother of a man killed in a collision on Highway 59 on Sunday says she’s still waiting to find out what led to her son’s death.
Canadian Pacific Railway moved one per cent more grain over the past year than in 2016-17, despite a frigid prairie winter and higher-than-expected crop yields that helped cause a major backlog in early 2018.
Dylan McIvor hasn’t been heard from since Friday, after he went biking along trails in an area southwest of Lac du Bonnet, Man.
Winnipeggers celebrating Pakistan’s Independence Day at a park named after Pakistan’s founder had a message for diversity critic Maxime Bernier and his Twitter fans — let’s get to know each …
Missing hiker Jeff Freiheit might have been seen on Aug. 3, according to the latest information coming out of a German investigation. This would bring the 32-year-old Brandon educator’s last appearance …
“At one point, he pulled into a busy parking lot, and even after making eye contact with the police officer, drove away at a high rate of speed.”
As human-caused climate change has warmed the world over the past 35 years, the land consumed by flames has more than doubled.
Dr. Mark Taylor, executive medical director for the central zone of the Nova Scotia Health Authority, says “minor delays” of up to a few weeks will likely occur for scheduled surgeries as officials look to fill gaps created by the departures.
Cannabis legalization could cost Manitoba’s health department as much as $7 million in the first year, according to preliminary estimates provided to the health minister this summer. The civil service briefing ……
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“Conditions where just too bad. We had to make the decision to cancels todays events, it wasn’t good for anyone for anyone’s health,” said Darren Hailes, Penticton SLT Communications Diretor.
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Liver disease affects everyone despite a common misconception that only drug and alcohol addicts contract the disease the Canadian Liver Foundation says. Now Winnipeggers will walk to raise awareness and funds for research and combat the stereotype behind the disease. Stroll for Liver is a Canada-wide walk dedicated to raising awareness and funds for liver […]
A bump in attendance and some positive feedback from the players from the Mackenzie Tour – PGA Tour Canada were two of the things that stood out as The Players Cup returned to Southwood Golf and Country Club for the 12th time. Despite the storied history with the event, it was the first time Southwood […]
Tyler McCumber insists he hasn’t been thinking about it. And based on his dominance on the Mackenzie Tour – PGA Tour Canada this season, it’s no surprise he hasn’t been bogged down by the numbers — no matter how impressive they’ve been. The 27-year-old son of Mark McCumber added the latest chapter to his storybook […]
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One of the injured was an infant, who was airlifted to B.C. Children’s Hospital in Vancouver.
The 34th season of Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan wrapped up over the weekend. Now, organizers are working to raise funds for a more permanent setup.
Over 70 pets from the Saskatoon SPCA found a forever home during the Empty Our Shelters event.
Supporters of the camp organized an emergency counter-rally after the group posted on social media that it planned to clear the camp.