Two Waffle House employees in Atlanta were fired after they made a video pouring food including salt, cheese and ketchup on a customer who was passed out.
Police said the entire stunt was staged to distract them from finding King Jay’s body and any evidence of his demise.
Winnipeg plans to use a pair of pesticides this summer to protect trees from the emerald ash borer, the invasive insect expected to chew through large swaths of the city’s forest canopy over the next decade.
A Winnipeg company has started selling grow pods to other licensed producers who are looking for a turnkey solution for producing cannabis.
In a walk down the halls of Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Insitute, a person can rub shoulders with students from 42 different countries, speaking more than 35 different languages.
Paul Maurice loves the way his team hasn’t taken the NHL’s also-rans for granted this season. But the Jets head coach acknowledges facing playoff teams has “a different feel.” “The games will bring their own intensity,” Maurice said of games Tuesday and Thursday against Western Conference contenders Vegas and Nashville, respectively. “Against the teams that […]
Winnipeg Jets vs Vegas Golden Knights 7 p.m., Bell MTS Place. TV: TSN-3. Radio: TSN 1290 THE BIG MATCHUP Connor Hellebuyck vs Marc-Andre Fleury The veteran Vegas puck-stopper won this battle handily in last spring’s Western Conference Final, so it’ll be up to Hellebuyck to begin turning the tables this year. What better way for […]
The name “Manitoba Electoral Boundaries Commission” isn’t particularly intimidating on its own. In fact, it sounds like a pretty boring endeavour. However, every 10 years this non-elected group can have a …
Occasionally, Rudy Friesen asks himself a question: is there purpose and meaning for retired people? “I guess what I’m proving to myself is, yes, there can be,” he says. Friesen, who spent …
Today’s topic for inquiring minds is: exactly why did they create the (bad word) internet in the first place anyway? Without doing any actual research, I would have to say there …
Normally, head-start programs pick up the slack between nursery and kindergarten, giving kids a leg up for school. At the Andrews Street Family Centre in the North End, the program caters …
Two buildings could be given heritage status against the wishes of their owners when the city’s historical buildings committee meets Wednesday. The committee will vote on four properties that have been …
The OPP say Jimmy Nguyen is wanted for breaching the conditions of his release and is known to frequent Toronto, Mississauga and Hamilton.
A new report suggests Democrats plan to turn some of that focus towards the Canada-U.S. border, which statistics suggest could pose a greater risk to national security.
A Chinese court on Monday sentenced a Canadian man to death for drug smuggling, a ruling the Canadian prime minister was quick to call condemn and one that is sure to aggravate already sour relations between Beijing and Ottawa.
A many-layered culinary education has earned a pastry arts student from Arborg, Man., a first-place finish at a prestigious cake competition in Toronto.
One person was sent to hospital in critical condition and three others in unstable condition after an apartment fire early Monday in Winnipeg sent more than 40 people into the street.
Remember how it feels when your entire face is so cold it’s like it was injected with novocaine? You’re about to be reminded if you live in southern Manitoba.
The Winnipeg Police Service arrested two men for allegedly firing shots out of a taxi and pointing a gun at the driver on Sunday in the North End.
In another reality … In this election year, it is irritating to reflect on what could have been if the Canadian voters had re-elected Stephen Harper (Masters degree in economics) rather than Pierre Lite (Masters degree in nothing). The federal budget would be balanced, we would have control over our borders, we would not have […]
Emergency authorities say seven people have been injured in three apartment fires in Winnipeg over the past 24 hours. One person was taken to hospital in critical condition and later upgraded to stable after being rescued from a downtown block Monday morning. Three others who were among the 40 evacuees were in unstable condition when […]
Winnipeg’s latest lotto winner is living the dream. Khalaf Shammo won the $1 million guaranteed prize in the Jan. 2 Lotto 6/49 draw. Shammo said he doesn’t play the lottery often, but he had a “feeling” after having a dream about winning the lottery. He thought he was still dreaming when he discovered the win […]
An 81-year-old man suspected of having cancer has received a biopsy after his family went public last week over the extraordinarily long wait for the procedure. George Myer was given the …
Four people were taken to hospital and about 40 residents were displaced after a fire Monday morning in a Maryland Street apartment building. Emergency crews arrived just before 6:30 a.m. to ……
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In part 2, Jordan Bonaparte is joined by Kayla Hounsell, author of First Degree: From Med-school to Murder.
A 35-year-old woman faces multiple charges related to animal cruelty after Winnipeg police found 15 dogs abandoned in a home, left without food or water in conditions police called deplorable.
The dog, which escaped from Thousand Islands Dog Resort nearly two weeks ago, has led his owners on quite the chase.
Carla Kulczycki died of an aggressive form of brain cancer linked to her work as a firefighter.
The latest wedding ideas and trends were front and centre at the BMO Centre in Calgary on Sunday.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is well-documented in humans. Some people experience a drop in their mood and energy level during the winter months. But what about our pets?
One person has been taken to hospital, while about 30 others have been evacuated due to a fire in an apartment complex in the city’s West End early Sunday morning.
Red River College student Graeme Houssi is the producer and host of a new podcast series, Drag in the Peg, sharing the stories of drag queens and kings in the city.
Was driving down Kenaston the other day and a car ahead of me was going way too fast and got flashed at the speeding camera on Kenaston and Corydon. Shitty! But that made me think… why is the speed limit set at 50 between Corydon(might be a block before?) and Taylor ? Army gym is […]
Just wondering what salary ranges one should expect as an one man show IT Manager role in a Winnipeg based SMB with multiple locations. Over 15 years of experience, but no certs yet. I'm feeling underpaid based on conversations with peers, and definitely under appreciated. Also, what certs are most employers looking for […]