A man already in police custody has had charges upgraded to manslaughter in connection with an incident this week on Martha Street.
The man suspected of killing 27-year-old William George Sumner Sunday on Pritchard Avenue was arrested by police on Thursday.
Misericordia’s urgent care centre will reduce its hours months before it’s slated to close and officials can’t guarantee emergency rooms slated for closure won’t do the same.
A city committee will consider calls to seek higher speed limits for two Winnipeg streets.
Winnipeg police are warning the public of a suspicious vehicle that has been seen at various schools in the Elmwood and Rossmere areas.
Misericordia’s urgent-care centre will be closing overnight, beginning July 5.
The city won’t convert any of the four golf courses it maintains to a new use anytime soon, though the future of one it leases is up for discussion.
A man armed with scissors and a knife, and yelling for police to shoot him, is now in custody facing charges in connection with a convenience store robbery.
On the day a prominent building was named after Winnipeg’s first and only female mayor, Mayor Brian Bowman noted the city still has a long way to go to become a more inclusive place.
The city’s administration building is now officially known as the “Susan A. Thompson Building.”
They kid because they love, and we laugh because it hurts.
The Wednesday edition of the Winnipeg Sun carried a story with incorrect information about the Concordia Emergency Department.
Winnipeg police have arrested a man alleged to have crawled along a women’s washroom floor to gawk inside the stalls.
A 41-year-old man is in police custody after police traced alleged child pornography to a computer at a home in Transcona.
Councillors can no longer bill taxpayers for alcohol under any circumstances.
City councillors wound up attending four meetings in just one day to ensure they could pass a single labour deal Wednesday.
Council’s public works chair is calling on Winnipeg Transit to ensure its network allows the city’s busiest bus routes to be frequently served.
There will be a full day’s worth of events for National Aboriginal Day in Winnipeg on Wednesday.
More details are beginning to emerge from the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority’s hospital reorganization plan, including confirmation the WRHA plans to contract out its new “enhanced” home care program.
A Winnipeg Police Service officer is being investigated by the Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba following an allegation of assault.
After years of tinkering, the Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival believes it has hit on the winning recipe.
Manitoba’s health minister stepped up to defend a Winnipeg hospital Tuesday, over its hotly criticized reversal on providing medically assisted deaths.
A vocal activist for indigenous issues in Winnipeg said there are still “low- hanging fruits” the city’s decision- makers have not grasped in their quest to make the city a more inclusive community.
An NDP MLA is claiming that the Concordia Hospital Emergency Room is already unavailable some nights and effectively shut down because staff have quit their positions.
Midnight Oil has cancelled its Aug. 31 concert at Winnipeg’s Bell MTS Place along with scheduled tour stops in Calgary and Edmonton.
The Winnipeg Police Association has voted to almost unanimously approve a new city contract.
An air ambulance program has been grounded indefinitely, with the province blaming a lack of pilots.
Wab Kinew has won over a few thousand Manitobans to join the NDP.
Red River College has hired an executive director of Indigenous Strategy to oversee one of the top priorities in its strategic plan.
Police have identified the victim of the fatal stabbing that occurred in the 500 block of Spence Street early Saturday morning as 37-year-old Marilyn Oshawee.
A 60-year-old man has been charged after robbing two separate banks on Friday.
The city’s 12th homicide victim has been identified.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is taking face-painting to the next level.
The one thing advocates of a universal child care system in Canada never seem to be clear on is where governments would get the money to finance such an ambitious initiative.
A Winnipeg drivers’ advocacy group hopes to raise donations to fund its court challenges.
The Manitoba government is reviewing college education in the province.
Winnipeg cyclists can now travel from the Bridge Drive-Inn to Birds Hill Park without touching car traffic.
Winnipeg golf courses earned $400,000 less than expected last year, triggering questions about how they’ll be used in the future.
Winnipeg police is advising the public to be on the lookout for missing medication.
A Winnipeg councillor is demanding more time to assess “multi-million dollar decisions” prior to a vote.