A vocal advocate for LGBTTQ* rights in Manitoba is once again taking aim with a human rights complaint, this time directed at the province’s education system.
Winnipeg’s Canadian Museum for Human Rights has made the top 10 of a USA Today travel poll.
An image of a dilapidated house in a remote northern village has earned a Manitoba teen a nationwide award and a spot in an exhibition at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Fourteen months after being elected into office, Premier Brian Pallister has the highest approval ratings in the country, according to a new poll commissioned for Postmedia.
It rained – heavy at times – but the wet stuff did little to wash the smiles off people’s faces taking in National Aboriginal Day at The Forks on Wednesday.
For the first time since the 1967 Pan American Games, the copper cauldron that rests atop a 12-foot concrete structure on Memorial Boulevard has been re- ignited.
The Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba is investigating an assault allegation against an RCMP officer.
CHURCHILL, Man. — The mayor of Churchill, Man., says damage to a shutdown rail line that has been a vital link for the town of 900 on Hudson Bay may not be as disastrous as first thought.
SELKIRK – A brand new health care centre will open its doors to its first patients this Sunday.
GRAND MARAIS, Man. — The spread of zebra mussels in Lake Winnipeg is prompting some concerns about people coming to visit Grand Beach Provincial Park, but at least one scientist says the situation is not as bad as it seems.
The Manitoba government is increasing rental costs for another group of low- income earners.
The RCMP has renewed its plea for assistance in the disappearance of Jennifer Catcheway, who has been missing for nine years.
The Trudeau government is sticking with its deadline to legalize recreational marijuana by July 2018, despite provincial fears that there’s not enough time to address the legal, social and health challenges of ending Canada’s pot prohibition.
Two Portage la Prairie women were killed when their SUV collided with a tree in Portage la Prairie early Sunday morning.
A 55-year-old woman is dead following a two-vehicle collision on Highway 10 on Friday morning.
Numbers released by the federal government show that there were fewer border crossings by asylum seekers in May compared to previous months in Manitoba.
A veteran MLA is running to lead the Manitoba Liberals for a second time.
A northern Manitoba MLA is calling on the provincial government to take immediate action to help the residents of Churchill pay the extra cost of flying in food and fuel following the suspension of rail service to the community.
OTTAWA — A increase in asylum claims in Canada could eventually mean a staggering 11-year wait for a hearing and $2.97 billion in federal social supports for claimants in the meantime, an internal government analysis has concluded.
OTTAWA — Manitoba and Saskatchewan have been given until the end of December to sign on to the national climate change agreement or lose out on millions in federal funding to help cut emissions.
The province named two new provincial parks Thursday, citing the designation as an effort to protect wildlife and habitat.
Just 42% of beverage containers were being recycled in Manitoba back in 2010. At the time, reaching the government-mandated target of 75% seemed far off. But at the end of 2016, Manitoba was recycling 70% of its beverage containers.
Those forced to flee four First Nations during the flood of 2011 have won a $90- million settlement from the Manitoba and federal governments.
The Canadian Coast Guard Stations in Gimli and Selkirk, as well as Kenora will remain open and operational the federal government confirmed on Thursday.
A 20-year-old Niverville man is facing charges after a 52-year-old man suffered an upper body stab wound in Niverville, just after midnight on Thursday.
One of two girls accused of beating a 19-year-old woman to death on a Manitoba First Nation is looking for a new lawyer.
Nobody was injured when an elderly driver inadvertently drove his vehicle into the side of a commercial building in Carman, Man., Tuesday morning.
The Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba released the results of six separate cases on Wednesday, concluding in each instance that no further action would be taken against police officers.
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says he is willing to consider subsidies and repair funds for a broken rail line to Churchill, but is not ready to make a firm commitment.
The University of Manitoba told the Manitoba Labour Board on Wednesday that they had no choice but to rescind a contract offer to its employees during last year’s labour negotiations.
Voters in Winnipeg’s inner city are going to the polls today in a provincial byelection.
Fuel stocks and food supplies in Churchill are just two of the concerns the province’s Emergency Measures Organization following the closing of a key rail line last week.
An advocacy group is demanding safer barns in Manitoba after thousands of pigs died in a barn fire Thursday.
Some argue the city is moving too slow to ban smoking on outdoor patios and should force Winnipeggers to butt out in even more outdoor spaces.
West End Library patrons will soon have a reminder of their former area councillor.
A 69-year-old male from Birtle, Man. was found dead at the scene of a single-vehicle collision on Highway 42 on Sunday.
The federal government recently committed $400 million for provincial/territorial child care systems in 2017-18 and a grand total of $7 billion over the next 10 years starting in 2018-19. This came after signing the Multilateral Early Learning and Child Care Framework Agreement.
A campground at Rock Lake Beach near Cartwright was devastated by high winds and thunderstorm on Friday evening.
A 17-year-old boy who was charged after a vicious attack on two support workers at a treatment centre in Selkirk, Man., has been sentenced to six months in open custody, three months of community supervision, and has been told to join a sports team.
The only ground transportation to Churchill on the coast of Hudson Bay in northern Manitoba has been suspended indefinitely and is not expected to resume until winter.
An estimated 4,000 pigs have been killed in a massive fire in southeastern Manitoba.