Frances Koncan used to hate living in Winnipeg — but these places helped give her a new appreciation for her city.
Omnitrax Canada will appeal the federal order to repair its railway to the northern port of Churchill, Man.
Klassen, who is Indigenous, said the government is perpetuating a stereotype of Indigenous people by bringing up Kinew’s criminal past
A federal judge has approved a landmark deal to compensate members of the military and other agencies who were investigated and sometimes fired because of their sexual orientation.
Winnipeg police and the Winnipeg Humane Society each launched investigations after a video of an officer in the act of mocking complainants in a case of alleged dog abuse and admitting to punching his own dog went viral online.
Manitoba’s northernmost federal riding has the highest child poverty rate in all of Canada, and several other Manitoba ridings rank near the top of the list, according to a new report.
The City of Winnipeg has filled in more detail about two potential routes for a new rapid transit corridor that would connect downtown with Transcona, and it wants the public to weigh in on it.
10,000 athletes gathered at the University of Manitoba to run in the 40th Manitoba Marathon early Sunday morning.
As family members head into the second week of searching for missing Winnipegger Eduardo Balaquit, others have disappeared just as mysteriously over the past several decades in Winnipeg.
Canada’s Tyler Mislawchuk placed third at the ITU Triathlon World Cup race in Antwerp, Belgium on Sunday. The 23-year-old from Oak Bluff, Man., finished with a time of 58 minutes, 17 seconds. Belgian Jelle Geens edged New Zealand’s Tayler Reid to win the event.
Tanya Jakob lost her husband Ian to cancer at Christmas, and for Father’s Day she planned a day full of the activities her husband loved to do with their two sons
A Red River College student says he was “shocked and stunned” to learn through media reports that the program he’s been taking at the school for the last two years is being cancelled.
Campaign 2000 hopes the data will prod the government to approve a soon-to-be-finalized poverty-reduction strategy before next year’s federal election, and enshrine commitments in legislation.
Aeroplan promises a new beginning, but that isn’t quelling fears among members about its future after Air Canada finishes cutting ties with the rewards program in 2020.
The daughter of a woman who went missing from Thompson almost a month ago is asking anyone who knows something about the disappearance to send her family a tip.
Phillip Miles was convicted of second-degree murder for the killing of Juanita Redhead, whose body was found floating in Gods River on July 14, 2016.
The developer behind the beleaguered Parker lands project wants a court to order the City of Winnipeg’s city centre community committee to grant them a hearing on their proposal.
Fire crews battled a house fire on Pritchard Avenue near Arlington Street after police called in the blaze early Monday morning.
Should young people be allowed to play sports that place participants at risk of brain injuries, such as hockey, football, and soccer? That was the question in the 2018 Glassen High School Ethics Essay Competition. Sisler High School’s Carl Dizon won this year’s contest with this essay.
The Red Cross started flying hundreds of new fridges and freezers on Sunday to two Manitoba First Nations that remain evacuated due to wildfires.
A man is facing charges and police are searching for a second suspect after a man was stabbed in Steinbach, Man. early Saturday.
CBC Manitoba’s Red Chair Chats ask Manitobans to weigh in on hot button topics. With the recent tent city popping up on the lawn of a West Broadway church and the recent street census revealing new numbers on those deemed homeless, we asked what Winnipeggers thought of the homelessness situation.
Winnipeg police say a body in the late stages of decomposition was found in a field south of Sage Creek Thursday afternoon.
Canada’s system of supply management has been the target of heated political debate for the better part of half a century — but very few Canadians outside of the affected farm sectors actually understand how it works, or who foots the bill for stabilizing farmers’ incomes.
Abigail Stewart, along with several volunteers, organized what can only be called a massive bake sale and fundraiser Saturday, with the goal of raising $5,000 for the Children’s Hospital.
Alcohol is being considered a factor in a single vehicle rollover that killed a woman in Peguis First Nation early Saturday.
The federal transportation regulator has ruled that Omnitrax Canada abdicated its responsibility to repair the railway to the northern port of Churchill, Man., and must resume operation of the tracks “as expeditiously as possible.”
Geography professor Bonnie Hallman said she scrapped her dream of an Alaskan getaway in favour of a trip to P.E.I. shortly after President Donald Trump took aim at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for pushing back against American tariffs on steel and aluminum.
I’ve learned a lot from books, but the most crucial lessons have come from life’s unofficial teachers: hard times and good people.
Thousands of runners will warm up and take off from a starting line at Investors Group Field this weekend, pounding out the first steps of the 40th Manitoba Marathon.
You could say Brandon East MLA Len Isleifson has the thunderclap in his veins.
Lionel Messi had a penalty kick saved and Iceland held on for a 1-1 draw against Argentina at the World Cup on Saturday.
A former Winnipegger who is paddling across the United States says she will persevere despite breaking her foot during a recent portage.
Police arrested two Winnipeg men after finding guns and drugs in homes in the Assiniboine Park area and Windsor Park Wednesday.
A new mineral development protocol paves the way for better relations between First Nations, the two levels of government and the mining industry, its authors say.
Starting Saturday, Assiniboine Park visitors can hop on a free trolley service linking the park and zoo with The Forks.
Health Minister Kelvin Goertzen faced a barrage of questions Thursday from the Opposition NDP about his appearance and speech at an anti-abortion rally.
Liberal MLA Judy Klassen is apologizing for saying a highway crash that left Independent MLA Steven Fletcher a quadriplegic was a gift.
The first limbs of Canada’s Diversity Gardens, a $75-million gardens and plant conservatory project, are sprouting in a construction site at the southeast corner of Assiniboine Park.
The young man, who was initially reluctant to go to police after being sexually exploited by his high school educational assistant, told a Winnipeg court Friday he is now seeing the “ripple effects” of what happened to him.
Manitoba drivers could face higher rates to insure their vehicles next year, Manitoba Public Insurance announced Friday.