A renewal in the transit debate at city hall finds Mayor Sam Katz at odds with his finance chair over whether the city should move forward with bus or light-rail transit.
The impact of rough roads is felt by all vehicles, ambulances included.
A former Headingley Correctional Centre prisoner has been convicted of sexually assaulting his cellmate after a judge rejected the man’s claim he was “joking” when he grabbed the victim’s buttocks and made a crude sexual remark.
It was a sudden and painful thing to learn from a television news broadcast.
Police didn’t order a knife-wielding Michael Langan to drop his weapon before fatally shocking him with a Tazer, an inquest was told Tuesday.
The province is cost-sharing nearly $7 million worth of improvements to Highway 12 with the city of Steinbach.
After two weeks of public pressure, Health Minister Erin Selby apologized to families for evoking the memory of their dead infants as a retort to a line of questioning.
The Southeast Tribal Council has promised to suspend some individuals who were involved in a brawl during the annual Southeast Aboriginal Tournament at the Southdale Community Centre in February.
Coun. Scott Fielding wants to ensure taxpayers dollars are being spent wisely at city hall and he has five ways to what that happen.
The Postpartum Depression Association of Manitoba wants every mother affected by the illness to find support.
Contrary to previous claims, the NDP reportedly analyzed the possibility of raising the PST by two points before raising it by one.
Two teenaged males have been charged with several robbery-related offences in relation to two attempted robberies on Sunday.
A grandmother of one of the 12 babies that died tragically at the Health Sciences Centre in the mid-1990’s took Health Minister Erin Selby to task Monday.
An inquest has begun into the death of a Winnipeg teen who suffered a fatal heart attack after police shocked him with a Taser.
Kathleen Licoppe didn’t want to live near a river.
The Selinger government’s year-long struggle in the polls is showing no signs of letting up.
The province has positioned new solar-powered cameras on highways in an effort to improve real-time information on road conditions.
The use of a dead baby counter-attack has put the province’s health minister under fire and the opposition says an apology to the families is due.
Health Minister Erin Selby may want to read the 502-page inquest report into the 1994 deaths of 12 infants at Health Sciences Centre before she makes any more tasteless comments about the tragic events.
Former Manitoba Public Insurance president and CEO Marilyn McLaren has only been retired six weeks, but she’s expected to be back on the Crown corporation’s payroll as a consultant for an undisclosed amount of money.
Police took two suspects into custody after a standoff at a house on the 700-block of Selkirk Avenue on Sunday.
Add Russ Wyatt to the list of councillors who think the city should seriously reconsider its plans for Phase 2 of the Southwest Transitway.
Sorry, Winnipeg. You’re just going to have to find something else to complain about.
April skiers may bring their gear to the slopes for to two more weeks.
From a farm in rural Manitoba, to law school, to the hallowed halls of the legislature, rookie Liberal leader Rana Bokhari has accomplished a lot for a 36-year-old.
Distracted drivers beware: the cops will have extra eyes on you this month.
A man from eastern Ontario has been arrested and faces numerous drug charges after he was pulled over near MacGregor, Man., Wednesday as part of an RCMP traffic stop.
A 44-year-old man is dead, and alcohol is considered a factor, after an SUV he was a passenger in collided with a school bus on Waywayseecappo First Nation Thursday night.
Winnipeg is set to get its first protected bike lane, on Sherbrook Street.
A “smoking gun” email allegedly hidden from an access to information request has the Tories accusing the NDP of tampering with Manitoba’s freedom of information laws.
The province’s latest flood forecast indicates there is a 10% chance the Red River Floodway will be operated this year.
The appeal date for a Winnipeg couple banned from attending their eight-year-old son’s hockey games has been set for April 16.
There’s a very simple and cost-effective way to resolve the dispute over whether to spend more tax dollars on Winnipeg’s bus rapid transit, or redirect that money to other important infrastructure.
Police are looking for a man who robbed a downtown bank.
Police are asking for the public’s help in their investigation of Winnipeg’s latest homicide.
The snow may have still been falling on Thursday, but city officials are nonetheless preparing for spring.
Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane didn’t have a lot to say Thursday about a lawsuit alleging he assaulted a Vancouver man last summer, but what he did suggested he wasn’t giving it much thought.