Jasiel Correia was recalled over tax and fraud charges before being re-elected in the same ballot.
Sunny start to spring before a change slides into Saskatoon’s weather forecast.
Paul Hamm has been playing sledge hockey for the past six years. The sport has helped him learn new skills, make new friends, travel to tournaments in the United States and boost his confidence.
Trent University topped its fundraising goal with a $114,000 donation to the United Way Peterborough and District on Wednesday morning.
A 17-year-old boy has been charged with numerous weapons offences after a woman and boy had a gun pointed at them in Winnipeg’s Ikea parking lot.
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A little girl who was struck by a vehicle at a crosswalk on Isabel Street Monday has died. The four-year-old, who came to Canada recently with her parents and six-year-old brother, ……
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Spokesman P.J. Mercanti says “Hamilton 100” would cover the cost of the bid itself and is “not asking the city for any financial resources.”
The children alleged they would be pepper-sprayed, beaten, forced to take ice baths and locked in a closet without food, water or access to a washroom for days.
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries says its name was added to a lawsuit against The Pas and six of its volunteer firefighters without its knowledge.
A 27-year-old man grappled with officers, disarming one, before breaking free and making several failed attempts to carjack vehicles to get away, Winnipeg police say.
The provincial government has introduced legislation that would remove the requirement that municipalities pay interest on tax refunds. The provision, which would take effect July 1, was included in proposed amendments …
The UCP is a party under investigation by the RCMP and has multiple board members renouncing their affiliation to the party. Will recent events have an impact on Lethbridge in the provincial election?
West Vancouver Const. Jeff Palmer said he can’t think of a strong reason why a recreational sports match should ever end in violence.
A mother and her young daughter, who are fighting for their lives in hospital after being hit by a car, were walking to a nearby school to meet the girl’s six-year-old brother for a lunch break.
The family of a four-month old baby is confirming the child died in the custody of foster parents after Child and Family Services took the child from the mother.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled a pre-election budget today designed to calm Canadians worried about retiring with financial security, getting the skills they need to land new jobs, or being able to afford a first home.
Manitoba’s meth crisis “has moved the markers” and requires rethinking how far authorities should go to protect at-risk youth, Manitoba’s Advocate for Children and Youth argues.
A grieving mother offered forgiveness in a Winnipeg courtroom on Tuesday, after Julian Donally Telfer was found guilty of first-degree murder for shooting and killing her son.
Feeling depressed? Is it just me, or are most Winnipeggers feeling overwhelmed and more depressed lately? This long, harsh winter would have been enough if it wasn’t filled with a constant stream of negative news of deadly bus crashes, transit bus driver abuse, political corruption, international terror attacks and now an almost daily report of […]
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OTTAWA — Tuesday’s budget came up short for the leaders of Winnipeg and Manitoba. The Free Press recently asked the mayor and premier for their federal budget wish list, which …
The Dairy Queen and Anchor Inn Pub in Armstrong, B.C., have both been forced to close, and residents in the area have been told to stay indoors.
Vic Fedeli ramped up his rhetoric about the federal spending package unveiled in Ottawa, calling it a disappointing document that does not address the needs of the province.
Manitoba’s municipalities are getting less money for roads and bridges from the province, but a bigger say in how it’s spent.
At least 20 Winnipeg schools will be receiving bike racks or bike cages this spring for students to safely park their bicycles through a Green Action Centre program. The Green Action …
Code whites — a protocol triggered when health-care workers or security guards are confronted with violent or aggressive persons and need help to de-escalate the situation — have become daily, …
A provincial minister is accusing Winnipeg’s mayor of misleading the public over the city’s budget woes, while detailing Broadway’s view of the funding story. In a scathing letter to Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman, Manitoba Municipal Relations Minister Jeff Wharton states the city has made “inaccurate and misleading” public statements about its provincial funding. “Each of […]
The St. Louis Blues buried the Oilers with three goals in the first 7:13 of the second period and later ended the game with a 7-2 victory.
On the day the writ was dropped, officially launching Alberta’s 2019 provincial election campaign, the province’s election commissioner levied a new round of fines in connection with Jeff Callaway’s controversial campaign in the 2017 UCP leadership race.
The results show the UCP has a lead in Lethbridge-West with a 10-point gap over the NDP and a nine-point gap in Lethbridge-East.
“We don’t let racism exist because racism breeds extremism,” New Zealand PM Jessica Ardern told students.
According to a report from the B.C. Commissioner for Teacher Regulation, Gregory Norman Brock swore at a Grade 11 student who missed a volleyball throw in class.
Winnipeg police have charged a man in connection with an incident in which an off-duty officer was threatened with a gun.