Winnipeg is one of eight communities across Canada where rotating strikes will take place on Thursday.
A police officer suffered a broken hand during a struggle while arresting a car-theft suspect on Wednesday. At approximately 10:20 p.m. police saw a stolen vehicle in the area of Provencher Boulevard and Tache Avenue. The police helicopter was called in and tracked the stolen vehicle as it travelled through the North St. Boniface, Exchange District, South […]
Two Headingley RCMP officers narrowly avoided injury when their cruisers were hit during a traffic stop on the Trans-Canada Highway on Wednesday. At approximately 6:25 p.m., the officers were responding to an impaired driving complaint. Both stopped on the left hand shoulder of the westbound lane of Highway 1 behind the two stopped vehicles just east […]
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defensive end Jackson Jeffcoat has been fined the maximum amount by the CFL for his hit to the head of Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Brandon Bridge in last Sunday’s West Division semifinal. The fine amounts to half of a playoff game cheque. Game cheques for the West semifinal were $3,400, while game cheques […]
Winnipeg Jets defenceman Josh Morrissey will have a phone hearing with the NHL department of player safety to discuss a play involving Washington Capitals forward T.J. Oshie. During the final minute of play of Wednesday’s game, Morrissey and Oshie were involved in a puck battle in the corner and at the conclusion of the play […]
The Canadian Football League will add an extra official for Sunday’s East and West finals and the Nov. 25 Grey Cup in Edmonton, specifically to watch for blows to the head and neck of quarterbacks. The extraordinary move comes after a clear blow to the head by Winnipeg Blue Bombers defensive end Jackson Jeffcoat to […]
7 pm CT, Bell MTS Place. TV: TSN3Radio: TSN 1290 THE BIG MATCHUP Mark Scheifele vs Jack Eichel The Jets top-line centre became the first player on his team to reach double digits in goals, but it’s his two-way game that has provided a spark during this homestand. On Friday, he’ll be going up against […]
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If nothing else, Patrick Brown’s tell-all book has bought Ontario Premier Doug Ford a few days of much-needed relative peace and quiet, Matt Gurney says.
A couple conspired with a homeless man on a story about him offering the last of his money when the woman’s car ran out of gas and then set up a fraudulent GoFundMe account to scam sympathizers, according to a report Wednesday.
In 2013, about 20,000 people packed the streets to watch Scott, dressed as a mini Batman, fight villains and rescue a “damsel in distress” as the caped crusader.
Canadian police have not seen a spike in cannabis-impaired driving one month since legalization, but there needs to be more awareness of laws around storing marijuana in vehicles and passengers smoking weed, law enforcement officials say.
Canada’s new $10 banknote will be launched into circulation at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Monday.
A Manitoba government backbencher is once again holding a fundraising event at a squash club that doesn’t allow women to become members.
The Canadian Football League will add an extra official to the field for the rest of the playoffs to watch for any blows delivered to the head or neck of a quarterback.
Six people are behind bars in Thompson, Man., after police raids at two homes turned up cocaine, cash and weapons.
OTTAWA — The federal government held a closed-door consultation on racism in Winnipeg Tuesday as part of a countrywide tour that has garnered scrutiny due to its secrecy. About 30 to …
TWO establishments owned by former local restaurant king George Tsouras — whose food empire once boasted nine spots in the city — have mysteriously shut down in recent weeks without …
A provincial government backbencher is once again holding a fundraising event at a squash club that doesn’t allow women to become members. The constituency association for Scott Johnston, a Progressive Conservative, ……
After dealing with a months-long transcript backlog that threatened to slow down Manitoba’s courts, the provincial government is in the process of tendering a contract that could result in a …
Ashely Soares was four-years-old when her father, Luis, was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. It was 2013 and back then they stayed connected — while he recovered in hospital — thanks …
Alcohol is the top cost driver, accounting for $1.9 billion in economic costs, the study found.
Under Lee’s leadership, Marvel Comics introduced a generation of comic book readers to Black Panther, Luke Cage and the diverse X-Men.
Winnipeg police are warning the public about phone scammers they believe are targeting local numbers, faking a credit card fraud investigation to swindle money from victims.
There may be some heightened symbolism — and a little more volume — as Canadians gather Sunday for Remembrance Day ceremonies that will mark the 100th anniversary of the end …
After a decade of providing a resting place for anyone strolling near the Assiniboine Park steam train, Lyle Koncan’s memorial bench is on its last legs. Koncan said officials from the …
Nearly three out of four adult Canadians feel the federal minimum age for buying and using cannabis — 18 years old — should be increased, according to a poll released …
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Hi guys. Just wondering what should I look out for concerning apartment rental on Kijiji? I won’t be physically in Canada till January and the person told me to wire the deposit over. Our communicate currently is purely via email. Would really sucks landing in the dead winter with no house. submitted by […]
Manitoba’s plan to more quickly pair those in need of addiction treatment with the help they need has led to the opening of another Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine (RAAM) clinic, this time in Selkirk. It’s Manitoba’s fifth and will provide an option for residents of the Interlake-Eastern region seeking help from addictions, Health, Seniors and Active […]
A Winnipeg politician wants to explore how adding collection boxes for drug needles could address one negative effect of the city’s meth crisis. Robert-Falcon Ouellette, the Liberal MP for Winnipeg Centre, held a summit on the meth crisis at his Winnipeg constituency office on Wednesday. After meeting with officials from police, health, safety patrol, addictions […]
Even though CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie declared that Jackson Jeffcoat’s unpenalized hit to the head of Brandon Bridge was a missed call, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers don’t seem so convinced. “They didn’t call it, so should it be?” Bombers coach Mike O’Shea said Wednesday. “I’ve seen it, I’ve watched at least an hour of it […]
He’s proven he can play hurt, gritting his way through last year’s playoff game with a calf injury and a broken finger. He’s proven he can come up with his best game at playoff time, rolling up a combined 761 yards with five touchdowns and no interceptions in post-season losses the last two years. The […]