The frigid weather that has iced over much of Manitoba has a Winnipeg homeless shelter expecting to pushed to its limits.
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Manitoba’s advocate for children and youth will gain new responsibilities and – she hopes – new resources this year, as the provincial government introduces legislation allowing the office to investigate …
The glint of a gun brandished under the lights of the office, used needles discarded in the workplace bathroom, death threats and abuse hurled at staff, violent assaults, stalking and …
Winnipeg city hall is being asked to put up $4.85 million to complete upgrades to the original portion of the RBC Convention Centre. Council is also being asked to dip deeper …
The jury that will decide whether two men are guilty of manslaughter in the death of 29-year-old Jeanenne Fontaine heard from Crown and defence lawyers for the last time Wednesday …
The 20 recipients of the Winnipeg Foundation’s new reconciliation grants program were unveiled Wednesday at Neeginan Centre. The idea for the special, $1-million-plus fund came about in 2017, when the Winnipeg …
Colby Cave grew up cheering for the Edmonton Oilers, watching them play on Saturday nights and plastering blue and orange pennants on his bedroom walls.
A 14-year-old girl faces charges after people associated with a Winnipeg middle school were threatened on Monday, prompting a “hold and secure” situation at the school that lasted the entire day.
A woman and a girl were threatened with a hatchet during a home invasion in Winnipeg’s North End that left five people, including three children, suffering the effects of pepper spray.
The City of Winnipeg is poised to provide the RBC Convention Centre with $4.85 million for fire prevention and washroom improvements in the older, northern part of the building.
There’s scorched earth immediately to the west, where the rival Riders just lost their GM, head coach and defensive co-ordinator in one fell swoop. There’s a massive question mark in Calgary, where the best quarterback in the CFL is eyeing a shot at the NFL. And in Edmonton, the league’s second-best quarterback appears poised to […]
When four skips get together to form a curling super-team, there are sure to be whispers of skepticism from opponents. That’s exactly what happened when Kerri Einarson formed an all-star squad in an attempt to take Manitoba, make a run at Canada and eventually the world, beginning this season. The early returns have been promising […]
EDMONTON — Nearly two-thirds of Canadians believe that the lack of pipeline space to move oil constitutes a crisis in Canada, according to new polling from the Angus Reid Institute. The research comes as Alberta is on the cusp of a provincial election and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s governing Liberals will face the electorate in […]
St. Boniface Hospital’s Mega Million Choices Lottery is offering its grand prize winner a choice from seven options, featuring homes in Winnipeg and Headingley and in B.C.’s Okanagan, or $1.1 million tax-free cash. “The lottery is a tremendous opportunity for the entire community to support St. Boniface Hospital and Research Centre,” said Vince Barletta, President and […]
On Monday a Transcona school was placed on “hold and secure” due to a social media threat and now a teen girl is facing charges after she was arrested Tuesday evening. Winnipeg police early on Monday became aware of threats being made on a social media site to people associated to Arthur Day Middle School, […]
Three children were hit by bear spray during a home invasion in which a mother and her daughter were also threatened with a hatchet on Tuesday. Officers with the assistance of the K9 Unit, were called to a residence in the 200 block of Powers Street because of a home invasion. Police say a number of […]
A drumming vigil, which was held at the site where Chad Williams was fatally shot last week by Winnipeg police, was organized to show support for his family — and ……
According to Net Energy Exchange, the difference between bitumen-blend Western Canadian Select and New York-traded West Texas Intermediate was about US$8.25 per barrel on Wednesday.
With several businesses closing their doors in downtown Fredericton, the local chamber of commerce says it’s optimistic new businesses will fill the spaces.
Kerri Einarson and her new-look team has been given the top seed for the 2019 Manitoba Scotties Tournament Of Hearts, being held in Gimli at the end of the month.
Neale Lensen heard a cry for help after a collision involving Robert Major’s pickup truck west of Saskatoon.
A community is divided over plans to demolish an old school and build a church hall in Pointe-Claire.
A frozen, life-size replica of Winnipeg’s police helicopter has landed in the middle of a street in the city’s North End.
Whether or not two men accused of manslaughter in the death of Jeannene Fontaine are guilty hinges on whether they went to her house to commit a robbery, lawyers said during closing arguments at the trial of the men on Wednesday.
Shortcomings in the sytem mean kids in the care of Child and Family Services are at “imminent risk of death and dying” from addictions, mental health issues and suicide, Manitoba’s children’s advocate said at the legislature on Wednesday.
The money will allow Winnipeg’s Bear Clan Patrol to employ nine people and organize 1,500 volunteers in 45 communities, co-founder James Favel says.
About 50 people braved the cold to remember 26-year-old Chad Williams, who died after an altercation with Winnipeg police last Friday.
Kind of want to start leaving my house and doing things. Don't have much of a IRL social life though so I'm wondering what are some cool things I can do alone? submitted by /u/idontwanttogotobed [link] [comments]
With the unusually warm weather lately, this is just a friendly reminder to plug in your cars tonight as it will drop to -30 before windchill. submitted by /u/Umbr3llaC0rp [link] [comments]
Winnipeg Jets at Nashville Predators Thursday, 7 p.m. CT, Bridgestone Arena. TV: TSN3, Radio: TSN 1290 THE BIG MATCHUP Blake Wheeler vs. Roman Josi Wheeler’s line with Mark Scheifele and Kyle Connor will surely see a great deal of Josi and his defence partner P.K. Subban. The Predators’ shutdown pairing will have its hands full […]
Defence lawyers for two men charged in the killing of a Winnipeg woman whose family has suffered repeated tragedies say the Crown has failed to prove its case. Christopher Brass and Jason Meilleur are accused in the March 2017 death of Jeanenne Fontaine, who was shot in a home that was then set on fire. […]
A generous donation handed to Winnipeg’s Bear Clan Patrol on Wednesday will help expand the group’s patrol coverage and food distribution program. Bell Let’s Talk and the City of Winnipeg announced the combined $200,000 donation today at Bear Clan’s headquarters in the North End. Along with the expanded coverage and food program enhancements, the funds […]
Eight months after their epic seven-game playoff series, the Winnipeg Jets and Nashville Predators are still the top two teams in the Central Division. The only difference now is that the Jets are out front, at 62 points, with the Preds nipping at their heels, with 60. Both teams are 10 points or more clear […]
NASHVILLE — Suddenly, the decisions regarding goaltending have become not so easy for Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice. Try as he might to keep his No. 1 goalie Connor Hellebuyck happy and on schedule, Maurice has little choice but to give surprising backup Laurent Brossoit more time in the net. Brossoit has earned it with […]
City politicians like Mayor Brian Bowman don’t know how good they have it when it comes to financial support from Ottawa and the province. As city hall continues to complain about not getting its fair share of funding from senior levels of government, it’s useful to note that 19% of city hall’s revenues came from […]