Commissioners for the national inquiry looking into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls have been given the green light by the Pallister government to investigate any matter within Manitoba’s jurisdiction.
A three-month-old girl has died and her mother is charged in connection with her death.
The U of M Bisons Football Team goes into the 2016 CIS season as the fifth ranked team in the country. And right off the hop, the herd will put that lofty rating to the test when they host the Calgary Dinosaurs in their home and season opener on Thursday Night at 7 p.m at […]
It’ll still feel like summer as the month of August winds down today in Winnipeg.
Police in Brandon, Man., are looking for 13-year-old Cheyenne Byczkowski, who ran away from home for the first time on Tuesday afternoon after climbing out her bedroom window.
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My partner recently was laid off from his 8 year job where he did home renovations. He's interested in switching trades and moving on to doing refrigeration. He has no direct experience in refrigeration, but probably lots of transferable skills. The next classes at Red River for a level 1 journeyman certificate don't start until […]
Remember that back-to-school Staples commercial from 1996? The one with the dad dressed in regulation dad khaki shorts frolicking down the aisles while Andy Williams’ It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year plays in the background? You should remember it — it’s a
The sister of a man who police say was confined to a suite until he died 10 days after being savagely beaten says she is relieved charges have been laid.
The dinosaurs at Assiniboine Park Zoo aren’t extinct yet.
Police have charged a man with more than 25 offences following a month-long crime spree that involved robberies, break- ins, and fraud.
Another sign that summer is nearly behind us: school zone speed limits are about to go back into effect.
The city plans to revamp the front entrance to Winnipeg’s Millennium Library to ward off those dumping trash from higher levels into businesses below.
Manitoba’s cosmetic pesticide ban is among the best in the country — so it needs to stay after a provincial review, says the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment.
TORONTO — Gary Doer, a former Manitoba premier and Canadian ambassador to the United States, is joining the Toronto office of the global law firm Dentons.
OTTAWA — Mary Daoust has seen it all too often: women who stay in a dangerous relationship for fear of being unable to pay the bills or of getting fired amid the ensuing personal tumult.
Joanne Schiewe left an impression on everyone she met. Sadly, Joanne passed away last night at age 35 after a battle with brain cancer. I spoke with Sgt. Nick Paulet, chair of the Winnipeg Police Service Half Marathon, an event she ran as recently as this past May. I also aired a portion of a […]
WINNIPEG – Central Italy is still reeling after a devastating earthquake killed nearly 300 people last Tuesday. Early on August 23, the quake rocked Italy, killing 290 people, injuring 388 and leaving many more homeless. It centred on the small town of Amatrice. Now, the local Italian community here is doing what they can to […]
OTTAWA –Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers have reached tentative agreements. The announcement on Tuesday evening follows months of negotiations under the threat of a labour dispute. In a statement, Canada Post said the agreements are for a period of two years, rather than the typical four year contracts. “The issues facing […]
WINNIPEG – A husband and wife who came to Winnipeg from Israel seven weeks ago are recovering emotionally and physically after they were randomly attacked downtown. While on a break from their introductory class for newcomers, Talia and Shayke Gohari were approached by a man who tried to take her purse at around 7 p.m. […]
The union representing workers at the Port of Churchill is calling on the federal government to ensure all laid-off workers receive Employment Insurance.
The revelation that four men were switched at birth in a Norway House hospital in 1975 has startled many people, but not the author of a book on “Indian hospitals.” Dr. Maureen Lux believes there could be more such cases. Lux, a professor at Brock University and author of Separate
A Winnipeg man accused of sending letter bombs in the mail, including one that cost a lawyer her hand, has fired his lawyer.
Ontario’s chief forensic pathologist says there’s no way to determine the cause of death for six infants whose remains were found in a storage locker, but the babies were certainly big enough to have been born alive.
A hotly debated report on growth fees is due out Thursday but questions remain about the city’s ability to actually charge one.
SWAN RIVER, MB – Manitoba’s police watchdog has cleared three RCMP officers of any wrongdoing following an arrest that resulted in a man suffering serious injuries. The Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba has determined the officers used necessary force to protect themselves and the suspect as he was being taken into custody. The incident happened […]
Fort Garry teens inspired by Meet Me at the Bell Tower in the North End have started gathering at their own bell tower in hopes of strengthening community ties in the south end.
Omnitrax has suspended operations on the rail line from The Pas to Churchill after a fire considered “suspicious in nature” by RCMP damaged a locomotive in The Pas on Monday evening, according to community officials.
Manitoba RCMP have charged a young mother in the abandonment and death of her infant daughter.
BRANDON — An anti-abortion group has won its fight to keep an officially recognized presence on the Brandon University campus. The Brandon University Students Union reversed its decision to revoke the club status of Students for Life, ending court action. The club will be recognized in the
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NORWAY HOUSE, Man. — Health Canada says it is offering free DNA tests following the discovery of four men who were switched at birth at a hospital in northern Manitoba.
Not only is road construction keeping his customers away, some machinery has shaken the foundation of the Ukrainian Export and Input Svitoch on Selkirk Avenue.
Premier Brian Pallister’s cabinet has taken the formal step necessary for Manitoba’s full participation in the national missing and murdered women inquiry. The Manitoba government said Tuesday that is has passed an order in council that provides the federally appointed commissioners of the
The six infants whose remains were found in Andrea Giesbrecht’s storage unit were developed to full term — all between 34 to 40 weeks — and could have been born alive but the bodies were too decomposed to determine the causes of death. Those was the findings revealed in provincial court
Former Manitoba Premier Gary Doer is joining international law firm Dentons as a senior business adviser. Doer stepped down as Canada’s ambassador in Washington, D.C. last March after 6 1/2 years in the position. In May he joined the board of directors for both Great-West Lifeco Inc., and IGM
RCMP today charged a 22-year-old Thompson, Man., woman with criminal negligence causing the death of her three-month-old baby. Thompson RCMP were called to a home on Dominion Bay Sunday night following a report of an infant in medical in medical distress. Emergency personnel provided medical…
Laid-off workers at the troubled Port of Churchill called on the federal government for help on Tuesday. The Union of Canadian Transportation Employees, which represents about 100 people who lost their jobs last month, asked Ottawa to cut them a break and relax employment insurance
A city hall official is sending contradictory signals to councillors over whether more road work will be carried out this year. Coun. Russ Wyatt said public works director Lester Deane sent him an email Friday stating there won’t be money left over from the record-setting $105-million 2016