BRANDON — A man accused of attempted murder in the shooting of a Manitoba RCMP officer admits he fired the gun but says he never intended to wound the Mountie.
SOURIS — The father of a 14-year-old Manitoba girl who died after falling into a well says she was loved by everyone who met her.
The Manitoba government is fighting a court challenge launched by public-sector unions over a provincial wage freeze.
A proposal to temporarily restore limited rail service to Churchill within just 30 days has been revealed but no one will commit to pay for it just yet.
A 14-year-old girl died Sunday afternoon after falling in a water holding tank in the RM of Whitehead, RCMP said.
A slip and fall on ice turned into a fatal collision Saturday night in South Indian Lake, RCMP said.
RCMP are investigating after a teenaged boy was shot in an hunting incident Friday evening near Pulp River, Man.
The Manitoba government plans to transform its child-welfare system, including through new subsidies for permanent guardians, after the number of children in care nearly doubled over the past 10 years.
The Manitoba government will appeal a recent U.S. court ruling over fears it could allow invasive species and disease to enter the province’s waterways.
The Manitoba NDP are questioning why the province’s climate-change adviser spent a little over $57,000 on travel in one year.
Manitobans continue to recycle more year over year, according to an annual litter audit by a national recycling centre.
The federal government has the power to impose a minimum carbon price on Manitoba but the province’s own such levy might also survive a court challenge.
A “dream” is coming true for the staff and volunteers of a longstanding Indigenous organization tasked with keeping families together and children out of CFS care.
OTTAWA — Metis people say they feel left out of the federal Liberal government’s multimillion-dollar settlement with victims of the so-called ’60s Scoop, which saw Indigenous children removed from their homes and placed into the foster care system.
Elections Manitoba wants to do away with pre- election door-knocking, a measure that seems closer to reality for the next provincial election.
Premier Brian Pallister is walking back his proposal to bring in a new health care tax.
A 15-year-old male from Thompson was arrested for uttering threats after comments made toward R.D. Parker Collegiate on social media.
Two people face charges for possession of methamphetamine following a robbery at a Brandon business Sunday morning.
The troubled inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has named a new executive director.
A University of Manitoba research student says he’s appalled at the actions of whoever brutally slaughtered upwards of 50 snakes at a field site near the Narcisse snake pits this week.
The provincial government has announced the start of Fire Prevention Week by emphasizing that everyone having a safety plan that includes at least two ways out.
RCMP is investigating after an incident early Saturday morning where barricades were placed on the Trans-Canada Highway causing a traffic jam and potentially putting drivers in danger.
The provincial government is being taken to task by a parks and wilderness advocacy group for ignoring public and federal calls for boreal woodland caribou recovery plans and for opening habitats to mineral exploration applications.
A runaway donkey and a texting driver conspired to injure three people in the RM of Stanley on Monday.
NDP leader Wab Kinew is calling for some form of cab driver compensation to be added to Manitoba ride-sharing legislation, along with a guarantee that all vehicle-for-hire drivers would face the same safety and security requirements.
Manitoba MLAs will soon be able to freely cross the floor to another political party.
Manitoba RCMP have laid manslaughter charges in the death of a 19-year-old woman near Lac du Bonnet on Tuesday.
Carpentry students at Assiniboine Community College in Dauphin intend to keep it 100 when they build the first net-zero energy home in the Parkland region this academic year.
After months of keeping it a secret, the provincial government is releasing its fiscal performance review Tuesday.
Lac du Bonnet RCMP have arrested a man in a homicide investigation was opened Tuesday morning.
The province plans to cut 8% of its civil service jobs over the next three years.
After more than two years of planning and a summer of construction, the Manitoba legislature unveiled its newly-renovated, wheelchair- accessible chamber Monday.
A Manitoba law that forbids provincial politicians from switching parties by crossing the legislature floor remains alive, at least for the immediate future.
An 18-year-old from Peguis was arrested by RCMP last week after he allegedly shot a and killed a dog during a robbery at a home in Teulon.
A 55-year-old Winnipeg man was killed in a diving accident Saturday.
A Winnipeg man is dead following a vehicle-pedestrian crash on Highway 8 early Sunday.
Manitoba’s status of women minister wants to take a closer look at pay equity between genders.
A 52-year-old Winnipeg man is dead after his vehicle rolled over on Garven Road Sunday.
Winnipeg and its surrounding area is located on Treaty No. 1 territory and the traditional homeland of the Metis. It’s an acknowledgement that’s made formally at a growing number of public events and meetings these days.
Manitoba RCMP arrested five impaired drivers in just six hours during a concentrated operation Friday night on Manitoba highways.