Stony Mountain Institution inmate Adam Kent Monias, 25, died from injuries sustained in a serious assault on Aug. 16, 2018 and four men have been charged with second degree murder. Monias was taken to hospital with life-threatening injures and died two days later. On March 12 and 13, 2019, RCMP major crimes services with the […]
Police are investigating the city’s 10th homicide of the year, setting Winnipeg on pace to shatter a dubious record set eight years ago. On Sunday at around 7 p.m., police responded to a report of a male assaulted and suffering serious injuries at a multi-unit rooming house in the 400 block of Langside Street in […]
Why can’t the Trump administration admit that the tariffs were a wrong-headed move causing significant negative economic impacts on both sides of the border?
Those Old Radio Shows for March 22-23, 2019.
The white Volkswagen Passat stopped initially when police activated their emergency lights, but then fled “at a high rate of speed,” according to authorities.
When complete in 2020, the Winnipeg Art Gallery says the new $65-million Inuit Art Centre will be home to a collection of contemporary Inuit art unlike any other in the world — and will bring new stories to the forefront.
Yes folks, this is that article: the one where this woman of a certain age wonders why it is that we’ve been able to put a woman into space, a man on the moon and Barack Obama in the White House (please come back), but we can’t talk about menstruation without giggling like a bunch […]
CBC News looked into what exactly a person needs to do in order to receive approval to run a grow-op in Canada.
A man who was reported missing to police last week has since been found dead.
A medical emergency prompted a Norwegian Air flight from Barcelona to Los Angeles to stop in Winnipeg Sunday.
McNally Robinson booksellers set up a display with two of Randy Turner’s titles on Sunday, the latest in a series of memorial tributes to the late author and award-winning Free …
AFTER discovering financial irregularities dating back to 2012, the Manitoba government said it has asked the auditor general to conduct a forensic investigation of its pit and quarry rehabilitation program. “Key …
Warmer weather doesn’t necessarily mean you have to pack up your skis and call it a season.
Canadian country trio The Washboard Union took home the Juno for breakthrough group of the year.
The Winnipeg Jets agreed to terms with defenceman Johnathan Kovacevic on a two-year contract Sunday.
Police are asking for help with an investigation into an incident that left a man with severe head injuries near Winnipeg’s Central Park.
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Police are asking for the public’s assistance in a serious assault that occurred last week near downtown and sent one man to hospital. On Thursday at around 11:20 p.m., police responded to a medic call in the area of Central Park near the 300 block of Quappelle Avenue. When they arrived, officers found an unconscious […]
OTTAWA — Five years ago, CN Rail flagged the problem of train cars separating from each other near St. Lazare, Man., the site of a derailment last month in which …
A veteran criminal defence lawyer is again sounding the alarm over police procedures after his client was charged and sent to jail in a homicide case where the victim’s cause …
OTTAWA — Lord Roberts resident Bev Pike has tried for years to figure out how much oil is moving along the train tracks in her neighbourhood; it seems the number …
I’m not sure if this will surprise anyone, but there are a lot of jerks out there. For the record, I’m not talking about wanton acts of criminality, such as cheering ……
According to police, a vehicle went off the road and collided with a hydro pole.
In their final game of the season, the Regina Pats fall 5-4 to the Brandon Wheat Kings in a shootout in Western Hockey League action Saturday night.
One solution to plunging downtown property values would see homeowners getting a $500 a year tax hike.
The annual Woman’s Fair, which took place Mar. 17 at the Parkinson Recreation Centre in Kelowna, showcased dozens of vendors with products and services specifically for women.
On any other day, being served a green beer is a good indicator it’s time to try another bar, but even on St. Patrick’s Day, the day of the emerald pint, a beer shouldn’t pour green from the tap.
The victim of Winnipeg’s latest homicide has been identified by family as John Gabriel, 38, from Lake Manitoba First Nation.
Charges have been laid in the horrific murder of a teenage boy in a home invasion earlier this month which shocked and stunned police and the local Filipino community and had officers and 911 operators seeking counseling. Ronald Bruce Chubb, 29, was charged Saturday with second degree murder in the March 3 death of 17-year-old […]
Its not exactly Lady and the Tramp but Winnipeg Animal Services Agency hopes that the story of Tiger and Lady will move some Winnipegger to open their heart and their home to two rescue dogs. “Let’s work together as Winnipeggers and Manitobans and get these two a home that they deserve,” said Chief Operating Officer […]
Reservations for Manitoba campgrounds are set to open Monday with opening days for reservations staggered in three stages to make it easier for people to book at their favourite campground, Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle Squires announced Friday. “Manitoba campers are anxiously looking forward to another great summer in our parks, and staggered opening days is […]
The 12th annual 5 Days for the Homeless campaign exceeded its fundraising goal, organizers confirmed on Sunday. The seven University of Manitoba students who traded their warm beds for the snow, sleeping outside for five nights as part of the national 5 Days for the Homeless campaign, raised over $21,000 for underprivileged Winnipeggers by supporting […]
Winnipeg Jets vs Los Angeles Kings 9:30 p.m., Staples Center. TV: TSN-3. Radio: TSN 1290 THE BIG MATCHUP Shutting down the one-line Kings Keeping the Anze Kopitar/Dustin Brown combination off the scoresheet would go a long way to Winnipeg collecting the two points on Monday. Kopitar leads the Kings with 20 goals, Brown is next […]
In the story of The Prodigal Son, the kid returns home to a fancy outfit and a big celebration, capped with a meal of fattened calf. Winnipeg Jets blue-chip prospect Kristian Vesalainen got a Manitoba Moose sweater and a spot on the top line – but had to eat a 4-1 loss in his return […]
Jake Dotchin had a pair of goals and Kevin Boyle made 38 saves as the San Diego Gulls downed the Manitoba Moose 4-1 on Sunday in American Hockey League action at Bell MTS Place. Kiefer Sherwood and Ben Thomson also scored for the Gulls (32-20-6). Ryan White found the back of the net for the […]
Winnipeg Transit readers are being asked to show their appreciation to their bus operator Monday as part of the annual Transit Driver Appreciation Day. Transit Driver Appreciation Day has been celebrated on March 18 since 2009, starting in the United States and spreading with the Amalgamated Transit Union observing the day since 2014. “Through rain, […]
One person is dead following a fire at an apartment building in the 100 block of Main Street South in downtown Kenora, Sunday. Kenora detachment OPP have not released the identity of the man and no other victims are known at press time. The investigation into the cause of the fire is continuing by Kenora […]
The unseeded 18-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., upset eighth-seeded German Angelique Kerber in the women’s final in Indian Wells, Calif., on Sunday