Canada Post has filed a court application to find out if it’s owed money over the construction of its Winnipeg mail sorting plant.
Representatives from both sides of the border met in Emerson on Friday to discuss infrastructure upgrades to Canada’s fifth largest land port.
An NDP leadership candidate is speaking out about criminal allegations made against him more than a decade ago, after anonymous emails alleged he was hiding parts of his past.
Police say a tactical tourniquet saved one of their officer’s lives when his gun unexpectedly fired and hit his leg.
Police river patrol and fire crews found a body in the Red River near St. John’s Park on Friday morning.
Actor Danny Glover called clashes and political turmoil in the United States “a multi-faceted, sociopolitical crisis” in addressing a national convention of Canada’s largest private-sector union on Friday.
Canada “is in no rush to get a deal” done on the NAFTA front, Unifor’s national president said Friday on the eve of renegotiation talks opening in Washington.
Premier Brian Pallister announced changes to the provincial cabinet today creating two new departments, shuffling five cabinet ministers and leaving seven in place.
Police seized cocaine, cash and a loaded revolver in a search warrant in the 300 block of Poplar Avenue on Wednesday.
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding 42-year-old Leslie Reid Contois of Winnipeg. Police suspect he was involved in a serious arson on July 28 in the 400 block of Sherbrook Street.
A 44-year-old man’s death while in police custody on Sunday has the Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba (IIU) looking into the circumstances.
The Manitoba Museum is throwing a party this Monday.
A woman in Winnipeg tightly embraced her 12- year-old son for the first time in three years early Thursday morning when the child was reunited with his family after his liberation from Iraqi militants.
Premier Brian Pallister has shuffled his cabinet and added a new minister in the process.
Thursday’s cabinet shuffle added one new minister, moved five others into new roles and allowed six more to stay put.
Andrew Kraus has seen firsthand the way poor decisions can derail the promise of youth in his community, and he’s bringing his message to Winnipeg.
Steve Ashton says he’d bring in legislation to make offensive racial comments and racial slurs a criminal offence if he’s made Manitoba’s NDP leader later this year and premier in the next provincial election.
The mayor of Winnipeg slammed anti-Semitic graffiti that appeared on benches and sidewalks in the city as “reprehensible” and called on Winnipeggers to denounce such acts.
A Winnipeg man suing Manitoba Public Insurance over a licence plate was slated to appear in court Wednesday, but the matter has been postponed until next month.
The Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS) air ambulance has received a $250,000 donation from Access Credit Union, it was announced Wednesday.
RCMP are asking the public to be on the lookout after receiving complaints about an individual going door-to-door in Roblin selling a driveway sealing product in an apparent scam attempt.
Winnipeg police have identified a suspect of a July attack and are asking for the public’s help.
Help from bystanders aided Winnipeg police in placing one man into custody on Tuesday following a grocery store robbery.
Winnipeg police are looking for two suspects after a man was stabbed multiple times outside his home in the North End.
Winnipeg police arrested a man after he allegedly assaulted a woman, two kids and a police officer before crashing his vehicle early Sunday morning.
About 500 Winnipeg nurses will soon get position deletion notices for their positions but that doesn’t mean they’re being laid off, according to the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA).
A union leader fears 25 to 40 health jobs will be cut at Victoria hospital, thanks to new schedules that appear to rely on fewer workers.
Officials with the Assiniboine Park Zoo say they’re co-operating fully with the City of Winnipeg after a discovery of raw sewage was made there last week.
About 500 Winnipeg nurses will soon get deletion notices but that doesn’t equate to layoffs, according to the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA).
Winnipeg will be the place to get a tattoo this coming weekend.
Winnipeg police have arrested two men and charged them with first-degree murder in the death of a 29-year-old man in Fort Richmond on the weekend.
The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA) will spend about $19.9 million over the next 27 months to make capital and program improvements that support its health-facility overhaul.
Another young man has become the apparent victim of an online scam in Winnipeg, allegedly being beaten and robbed when he showed up at a home believing he was meeting up with a date.
Winnipeg police closed off a portion of a St. Boniface street Monday as they investigated a suspicious package.
A 29-year-old man is dead, a victim of Winnipeg’s 20th homicide, and Winnipeg police are actively interviewing persons of interest in connection with the crime.
Two men were shot within six hours of each other in two separate incidents this weekend, but Winnipeg police insist the general public isn’t at greater risk even as gun calls continue to ramp up in the city.
Nofa Mihlo Rafo will finally be reunited with her 12-year-old son Emad on Thursday at the Richardson International Airport.
NDP leadership candidate Steve Ashton released his Leadership Contestant Personal Disclosure Questionnaire on Monday, and urged rival Wab Kinew to do the same.
Saying he is taking a stand for newcomers, NDP leadership candidate Wab Kinew announced plans to make changes to the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).
The legacy of the Canada Summer Games is now poised to help some men struggling with addiction.