New Flyer Industries and Motor Coach Industries have built up their U.S. production and made changes to their supply chain to meet stringent Buy American requirements
The light trailers introduced in 1968 have always had a cult following, but in recent years demand has surged.
Police are asking for the public’s help to find a missing 73-year-old-man.
Winnipeg police confirmed the body pulled from the Red River on Friday is that of a teenager who was seen swimming across the river then disappeared.
Fire crews were called out to Pacific Avenue early Saturday morning after a blaze broke out in the back of a home.
A man is in critical condition after he was stabbed last night in the Spence neighbourhood.
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Monday’s solar eclipse is prompting the city’s daycares and outdoor camps to come up with strategies to prevent children from suffering eye damage.
A body has been located near the Harry Lazarenko Bridge, Winnipeg police say.
Protesters demanding LGBT rights and protections in their home country of Ghana say insults and threats will not stop them from continuing their activism in Winnipeg.
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An officer shot by his own weapon last week didn’t have his hands anywhere near his gun, Winnipeg police say.
Firefighters from Minnesota and air support from eastern Canada are in Manitoba to help battle wildfires spurred on by hot and dry conditions across the province.
Residents in St. Boniface are wondering whether their garden-grown veggies are safe to eat after testing showed high levels of lead, copper, zinc and cadmium in their soil.
The teenager who went missing in the Red River this week was intelligent and fun, his godmother says.
The federal agency that regulates transportation is investigating complaints against the company that owns the washed-out railway to Churchill, but officials in the town say they’re frustrated by the process three months after flooding severed the community’s only land link.
A Manitoba woman has been charged with impaired driving causing death in connection with a highway collision on Wednesday that one person dead and four others seriously injured.
Racist graffiti has turned up in Winnipeg for a second time in the days after a woman was killed at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va.
A Canadian child protection group is urging parents to teach their kids about safety strategies after three attempted child abductions in the past week, including one in Manitoba.
A Winnipeg city councillor wants the city to develop a strategy to deal with long lineups at public pools without just turning people away.
1,400 guests of honour headed to the Assiniboine Park Zoo for the Wildest Dreams event on Thursday night.
Three years after Tina Fontaine’s body was found near the Alexander Docks, her cousin wants to see a permanent memorial there.
Matt Nichols ran in one touchdown and threw for another as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers won their fourth straight game and handed the Edmonton Eskimos their first loss of the season with a 33-26 victory Thursday.
A brand-new park marking the longitudinal centre of Canada held its grand opening in Manitoba on Thursday.
A man with a lengthy history of faking his physiotherapy credentials, including during his time in the Canadian Forces, was until recently working under an assumed name as a manager in Atlantic Canada’s largest hospital system, CBC News has learned.
A Montreal man is getting much of the credit for reuniting a Yazidi mother and her 12-year-old son in Winnipeg, but there are concerns about some of his tactics. Steve Maman, of The Liberation of Christian and Yazidi Children of Iraq, is behind an advocacy campaign that called on the Trudeau government to expedite this […]
A cap on pharmacy dispensing fees paid by provincial drug programs comes into effect on Friday. The change is estimated to save the province about $11 million a year.
There are four major music festivals on this weekend, with two in the city and two out of town.
A Winnipeg grandfather wants to know why his 2004 minivan wasn’t included in a massive 2013 Ford recall after the vehicle started failing apart during a road trip last month.
Winnipeg police arrested three people after they recovered a stolen firearm and seized several ounces of cocaine and other drugs during a raid on Poplar Avenue.
The United Nations refugee agency has sent a representative to Manitoba to check how asylum seekers are being processed near the border with the U.S.
Winnipeg police have been called to the Red River north of the Harry Lazarenko Bridge after a teenage boy seen swimming across it disappeared.
A Winnipeg RCMP officer is under investigation for allegedly improperly storing a firearm.
A woman ended up with a cut on her forehead while she was being placed in a cell after her arrest, a news release from Manitoba’s Independent Investigation Unit says.
A meeting in Grandview, Man., this week organized by the town’s doctors to discuss planned changes to the province’s EMS system attracted a third of the town’s population, many angry with the province’s lack of consultations with the community beforehand.
The remains of Manitoba soldier Pte. Reginald Joseph Winfield Johnston, discovered at a construction site in France 100 years after he died in the First World War, will be given a full military burial in a French cemetery next week, along with those of Sgt. Harold Wilfred Shaughnessy of New Brunswick.
Winnipeg police are looking for a man who tried to drag a woman into his van early Thursday morning.
Canada Post is asking for access to documents seized by the RCMP in a fraud investigation into the company it paid to build a mail processing plant in Winnipeg.
The interim president and CEO of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority says major changes affecting nurses in the city will correct an expensive mismatch between patient needs and staffing levels.
CBC meteorologist John Sauder explains how different types of wind work.
The family of a Winnipeg teacher who died from heat stroke on a school field trip last year is suing the school division that employed her.