Manitoba Hydro and police are seeking information after hundreds of litres of diesel fuel was spilled at the Keeyask generating station worksite last week. Gillam RCMP launched an investigation after being …
OTTAWA — The federal government will start promoting to Manitobans the new trade agreement formed to replace NAFTA by highlighting the duty-free access it has salvaged, from frozen french fries ……
Hello fellow Peggers, I'm looking for a good bar/club to take a girl dancing on a Friday (both in mid/late-20s). I've been removed from that scene for a while, so I've lost track on which ones are the best. Bonus marks if it has some salsa/latin music! Anything near downtown/Osborne? Any help is appreciated! P.S. […]
Wondering from the restaurants side what you think of both delivery options. Fees related with either, how each handle customer refunds, driver errors and over all experience with them. We have been with SkipTheDishes for about a year now, however all the hidden fees are really making us thinking about switching over. Ex. Driver doesn’t […]
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ASEAN nations combined have nearly 650 million people, an economy of US$2.8 trillion, and are already Canada’s sixth-biggest trading partner.
“The province was not interested in this, the province turned its back on Calgary,” said Mount Royal University’s David Taras.
There were no injuries in a Tuesday night fire to a side-by-side residence in the 900 block of Wayoata Street, said Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service.
Investigators said the suspects ransacked the house and fled without any money or stolen goods.
Dozens of people in favour and against the creation of an addictions-treatment centre in a west Winnipeg residential neighbourhood made their case on Tuesday evening before a trio of city councillors.
The family of Christopher Dwight Beaulieu McIvor is calling for an inquest into his death because he was in the care of Child and Family Services.
A trio of city councillors sent Parker lands owner Andrew Marquess back to the drawing board by rejecting land-use changes that would have paved the way for a development called Fulton Grove.
Police are looking for help to identify a pair suspects caught on surveillance camera. On Oct, 23, 2018, at approximately 5:45 a.m., the front door of a business in the 500 block of Grey Street was pried open. Two male suspects entered the automotive business where a number of keys and tools were stolen. Stolen […]
A man and a woman are wanted after a victim was forced to give them a ride, before they took off in the victim’s vehicle. On Tuesday, at approximately 10:20 p.m., Winnipeg Police responded to a report of a robbery in the area of Garry Street and Assiniboine Avenue. The victim, a 35-year-old male, reported […]
A year after he was seriously injured on a wilderness hike in New Mexico, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has apparently conquered the same trail. Pallister’s press secretary says the premier and his wife, Esther, completed the Rain Creek-Mogollon Trail on Tuesday and also thanked first responders and hospital staff who helped him last year. A […]
Yet another scam targeting the elderly is making the rounds and police are warning people they believe it’s looking for victims in Winnipeg. Police say a scammer will call a victim purporting to be a retail business and advising that the victim’s credit card had been fraudulently used. They are then connected with an individual […]
A Winnipeg Centre MP is holding a summit Wednesday to address the city’s meth crisis. In a press release, Liberal MP Robert-Falcon Ouellette said he’ll meet with police, health, business and addictions officials to address the impact of methamphetamine at his Winnipeg office, then share the outcome of that process with media late Wednesday afternoon. […]
A community committee voted to recommend that the former Vimy Arena in Crestview be rezoned and a conditional permit issued for a 50-bed drug treatment centre following a hearing at City Hall that lasted almost seven hours before wrapping up at around 12:45 a.m. Wednesday. “Losing a child is the worse thing that can happen […]
If you’re visiting downtown on Saturday, you might hear a hearty “Ho, ho, ho,” while trying to find a way to your destination as numerous road closures will be in place in the downtown to accommodate the Santa Claus Parade. Road closure will be in effect from 1:30 p.m. until about 8 p.m. and will affect […]
Two rookie councillors have been named to the Winnipeg Police Board. A Wednesday morning vote approved the mayor’s nominee to chair the police board, Coun. Kevin Klein (Charleswood-Tuxedo), as well as councillors’ decision to name Markus Chambers (St. Norbert-Seine River) as one of its members. Coun. Ross Eadie (Mynarski) had attempted to remain on the […]
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I need some carpet installed. I have the carpet and they are asking for 50% up front before they begin work, is this normal? I realize people want to get paid and everything, but is putting a deposit down for contractors normal when you are supplying the carpet? They will be bringing in the underlay […]
Cross posted on r/manitobamarijuana Hello everyone… I’m curious if there’s a similar place in Winnipeg as there is in Halifax… Halifax has a place called the High Life Social Club… it’s a 420 friendly members only place to come over, have a beverage, socialize, and be able to enjoy smoking marijuana. The club in Halifax, […]
Correctional Service of Canada said Joely Lambourn, who escaped from a healing lodge in Saskatchewan, has been caught.
The Be A Santa To A Senior program donates gifts to local seniors who might otherwise spend the holidays alone.
The Nova Scotia Tories say Ottawa should give a 91-year-old veteran a bed at Halifax’s Camp Hill hospital for war vets.
A 33-year-old woman died while trying to help a motorist who crashed into the ditch along the Trans-Canada Highway on Tuesday.
Provincial court Judge Julian Dickson has adjourned the case until next Wednesday for a decision on a request for an assessment to determine if Matthew Raymond is fit to stand trial.
A drug hailed for easing abortion access for women in rural and remote areas is being dispensed infrequently in the Manitoba communities where barriers to care have stood for years.
As workplace harassment allegations surface on social media against Winnipeg restaurant chain Stella’s, a Winnipeg human resource professional says many employees in similar situations across the city often don’t know where to turn if they have concerns about their workplace.
The Manitoba government has closed down part of a bridge in south Winnipeg after cracks showed up in the deck concrete.
The city’s Assiniboia Community Committee burned the candle at both ends Tuesday during a marathon session that lasted nearly eight hours and saw the sitting councillors cast their final votes ……
Developer Andrew Marquess struck out at city hall again but he said he’s not giving up on his Parker Lands redevelopment project. Councillors on the city centre community committee Tuesday night …
If being kind is in your mission statement, World Kindness Day is a pretty big deal. For a Minnesota charity that seeks to brighten the lives of refugee children, it meant …