A Manitoba indigenous leader plans to walk 120 kilometres next month in a decidedly different commemoration of Canada’s 150th birthday.
Provincial police in northern Ontario say a toddler who was the subject of an Amber Alert has been found safe.
Manitoba NDP MP Niki Ashton defended her social media post supporting Palestinian independence for which a leading Jewish organization had called on her to apologize, saying it celebrates terrorists.
Thirteen Manitoba lakes weren’t stocked with walleye this season, a move the government credits to science.
A 20-year-old woman has been charged after a man was allegedly kidnapped, drugged and robbed after answering an Internet ad promising companionship.
The chief commissioner of the national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women says there is still hope in the work the commission is doing, despite criticism about delays.
Four youths have been arrested and charged with arson in connection with a fire that destroyed an iconic touring riverboat last week.
Premier Brian Pallister hinted he’s seeking a break for Manitobans on carbon tax, perhaps by off-setting their Manitoba Hydro bills or negotiating a lower levy.
Opposition critics are alleging Manitoba’s government may hold off on proclaiming its own wage-freeze legislation to avoid a court battle.
Chants of “Put patients first” rang out on Pembina Highway Thursday afternoon.
Shamattawa RCMP are investigating an alleged homicide that occurred there Tuesday night.
Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative government is being accused of breaking election laws through a now-suspended ad campaign.
Premier Brian Pallister says post-secondary schools will be expected to cut their management positions by 15%.
An unlikely Manitoba duo are the first Canadians to land the grand prize at a international songwriting competition.
An agricultural watchdog group says it has concerns over how Manitoba’s pig-producing industry is regulated by the provincial government.
LITTLE GRAND RAPIDS, Man. — As leaders on a northern Manitoba First Nation plan a cull of stray dogs, some rescue groups and veterinarians in the province say there should be more spay and neuter clinics in remote areas.
EMERSON, Man. — The issue of illegal border crossings was front and centre in a meeting between U.S. diplomats and the leaders of two Manitoba municipalities.
Winnipeg police have charged three men in a homicide involving the cousin of Tina Fontaine, a teenager whose death fuelled calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women.
A 59-year-old male kayaker from Keewatin, Ont., was found dead in the Whiteshell last week. No foul play is suspected.
The gifts keep coming for Canada’s 150th birthday.
Mounties will be hitting the road in force this week in an effort to prevent highway tragedies.
Former foreign affairs minister Lloyd Axworthy has been tapped to lead a new international group in search of practical solutions to the world’s massive refugee crisis.
A new provincial bill aims to ensure health providers who refuse to perform medically assisted deaths aren’t punished for doing so.
A nickel mine in Thompson, Man., will be closing this fall, throwing between 150 and 200 people out of work, it was announced Tuesday.
The Whiteshell Reactor No. 1 hasn’t operated since 1985, but now the issues of how to properly decommission the former nuclear research reactor and its nuclear waste are arising.
An 28-year-old male inmate was transported to hospital in Winnipeg by STARS air ambulance following an assault at Stony Mountain Institution on Sunday evening.
A woman on a night-time walk was attacked and killed by a large group of stray dogs in a remote Manitoba First Nation, RCMP said Monday.
The Pallister government’s decision to tie annual minimum wage increases to the rate of inflation is a good move. It’s fair, it’s reasonable and it’s a perfectly acceptable compromise to what will always be a polarizing debate between business groups and organized labour.
New federal data shows the number of asylum seekers rushing into Manitoba through unofficial border crossings declined in April.
Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative government is set to unveil its plan to index the minimum wage on Monday afternoon.
Over 100 Manitoba cadets will make the trip of a lifetime travelling to Canada’s war memorials in Europe.
The former president and CEO of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce and the former Winnipeg Sun publisher and Winnipeg Blue Bombers general manager are among the 12 Manitobans who will be invested into the Order of Manitoba in July.
The Pallister government is proposing to beef up penalties for cabinet ministers should government fail to make significant progress on eliminating the provincial deficit under amendments to a bill that was originally criticized as too lenient.
The province will provide up to $2.8 million to create new child-care centres and/or add more spaces to existing ones.
All parties at the Manitoba Legislature have joined to support marking an official day of honour for murdered and missing indigenous women and girls.
The province is reminding Manitobans to keep booze out of provincial parks on May long weekend and pay for park entry.
Steinbach RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a man they allege stood in the yard of a 9-year-old girl and tried to lure her out of her home.
The province has appointed an administrator for the RM of Ritchot, after two councillors and a reeve resigned over alleged bullying.
Manitoba RCMP handed more than 100 more tickets than a year ago to distracted drivers during a clampdown on the illegal activity in April.
After nearly 30 years with Manitoba Public Insurance, Dan Guimond is stepping down as president and CEO, the Crown corporation announced Wednesday.