Winnipeggers will have to wait another month to find out what the bill will be for the frozen water pipes emergency this past winter and spring. Mike Ruta, the City of Winnipeg's chief financial officer, said though the finance committee requested an …
A woman from Long Plain has been arrested in connection with the murder of 51-year-old John David Goundry. The 51-year-old Winnipeg man was found dead inside his apartment suite in the 400 block of Elgin Avenue on April 1, 2014. Homicide …
The Boundary Trails Health Centre near Morden has a new patient, one that's been dead for 80 million years. Researchers gave a mosasaur skull a CT scan. The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre says this could provide them with a lot of information on how …
All Winnipeg Liquor Marts will be open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, except for cityplace which will be closed. All Liquor Marts outside of Winnipeg will operate on their Sunday hours schedule. Extended operating hours are in effect Friday and Saturday …
The market will feature an all local line up of delicious baked goods, locally raised meats and eggs, preserves, produce, plants and crafts from all over the province. “Our philosophy at The Forks has always been to keep it local. We're extending that …
WINNIPEG – It may be a city known for cold weather, but Winnipeggers were dismayed to wake up and see snow on Wednesday morning. With a high of 8 C forecast for Wednesday and sun on the way Thursday and through …
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Kelly Moore in for Jim Toth tonight and I will be joined by Arash Madani of Rogers Sportsnet to discuss the negotiations, or lack there of, between the CFL owners and the Players Association. Winnipeg Goldeye’s Manager Rick Forney will join me at the start of the show from Amarillo, Texas for the teams American […]
Several firefighters were able to bring a number of brush fires under control early Thursday evening east of Rosenort, in South Manitoba. A massive cloud of smoke from the fires could be seen from Winnipeg, 60 kilometers to the North. The cause was sparks from a train igniting some rail ties and then spreading […]
With the city of Winnipeg being split on Rapid Transit buses or light rail transit we continue to ask the questions to get some answers. Steve Lafleur with the Frontier Center for Public Policy joins me live to discuss the thought of light rail in this city. Read Steve’s blog at fcpp.org/stevelafleur for all his […]
The Winnipeg Goldeyes got behind early in their Opening Day game Thursday night against the Amarillo Sox. And despite slowly clawing their way back, the Fish were never quite able to level the score losing the game 11-7. The Goldeyes gave up 11 runs over the first two innings to the Sox (1-0), giving […]
Survivors of Indian residential schools are furious that their personal stories of abuse might become public, despite having been guaranteed confidentiality. The dispute is leading to a showdown in Ontario Superior Court in July.
A 19-year-old man has been charged following a robbery at a Main Street restaurant late Wednesday night.
Three people have been charged following a grow-op bust in the North End.
Manitoba justice officials have scheduled the next batch of cases to be broadcast live as part of a unique pilot project. Members of the public will get to look in on a federal drug docket later this month when cameras are placed in a provincial courtroom for the first time. There are currently
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It’s a Hollywood secret that’s finally gone public! Mila talked with Ellen about her pregnancy and engagement to Ashton Kutcher.
It's the only Canadian convention one of science fiction's most-celebrated authors travels to and pays for out of his own pocket. The 31st edition of Keycon, Manitoba's premiere sci-fi and fantasy literary convention, will feature eagerly-returning …
OTTAWA — Canadian home sales were up from March but down from a year ago in April, signalling the lacklustre spring market will continue. The Canadian Real Estate Association said home sales were up 2.7 per cent from March to April, boosted by the …
A 37-year-old Edmonton man was killed when his semi-truck went off of the Yellowhead Highway near Shoal Lake and tipped.
The Manitoba government, in partnership with private investors, has unveiled the Innovation Growth Fund. Jobs and Economy minister Theresa Oswald tells 680 CJOB it’s for young entrepreneurs who really need access to capital and this fund will enhance that access. “And, It’s guided by an advisory council of very experienced investors that are going to […]
The City of Winnipeg has netted almost 500 complaints about missed curbside yard waste pickups since the program started up for the season 2½ weeks ago.
An already strained relationship between First Nations and the federal government was tested further on Thursday after a group of chiefs threatened an “economic shutdown” of the Canadian economy if Ottawa did not withdraw Bill C-33, the First Nations education act.
The RCMP are releasing what they call their most comprehensive account to date of Canada’s missing and murdered aboriginal women on Friday morning.
The full cost of the frozen pipes debacle won’t be known until the fall.
The patriarch of one of Winnipeg’s wealthiest families has died.
If you’re finding it too cold to go camping this long weekend, why not consider settling in for a day full of camp?
Every mayoral candidate to date has said they want to change city hall, but Coun. Paula Havixbeck is the first to give a concrete plan as to how she’ll do it.
The subterranean beast that terrorized city water pipes mere weeks ago is, it would seem, now coming after our roads.
A 19-year-old man suspected of pulling off the armed robbery of a restaurant Wednesday night in Winnipeg couldn’t evade a manhunt by city police, including the helicopter unit. The restaurant, located in the 1400 block of Main Street, was robbed by an armed man who was concealing his identity
An Arborg man saw his goose cooked in court Thursday as a judge convicted him for his small role in a hush-hush international investigation into bird-hunting practices in Manitoba. Provincial court Judge John Guy found Douglas Ager, 56, guilty Thursday of several infractions under the Migratory
AFTER waiting through two hours of freezing rain, Jamie Kaczmar suspected something was amiss when a Gogal Air Services pilot started cleaning off his windshield with a credit card. Then the pilot of another plane, the Cessna 208B Kaczmar was on, started using a broom to knock the ice off the
Lab procedures at Manitoba’s largest hospital are going under a microscope in the trial of a young Winnipeg driver accused in a fatal crash. A nurse and officials from Health Sciences Centre testified Thursday at Vann Hansell’s trial in Court of Queen’s Bench. The 22-year-old is accused of…
Starting Friday, drivers will be hit with stiffer fines for speeding through construction zones. Fines will double in highway construction zones and other provincial routes. If drivers go 80 km/h in a 60 km/h construction zone, the fine will be $573 …