The federal government has heeded Premier Brian Pallister’s call to construct a pair of outlet channels to prevent flooding around Lake Manitoba, the Free Press has learned.
As family members head into the second week of searching for missing Winnipegger Eduardo Balaquit, others have disappeared just as mysteriously over the past several decades in Winnipeg.
Phillip Miles was convicted of second-degree murder for the killing of Juanita Redhead, whose body was found floating in Gods River on July 14, 2016.
Could Premier Brian Pallister be poised to shuffle his cabinet? As his government tries to extricate itself from a prolonged spring legislative session — extended by procedural wrangling by the opposi
Dr. Philip St. John, co-lead investigator of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging Manitoba, says hospitals need to better accommodate patients with multiple chronic conditions.
The developer behind the beleaguered Parker lands project wants a court to order the City of Winnipeg's city centre community committee to grant them a hearing on their proposal.
One of the biggest impediments to having an intelligent debate over how to fund the city of Winnipeg’s alleged $6.9 billion infrastructure “deficit” is the city doesn’t provide the public with nearly enough detail to show where it plans to spend...
The Red Cross started flying hundreds of new fridges and freezers on Sunday to two Manitoba First Nations that remain evacuated due to wildfires.
Fridges and freezers are being shipped by the Canadian Red Cross, up to Manitoban First Nations communities that were evacuated by wildfires.On Sunday afternoon, the first shipment of nearly 800 fridges and freezers were loaded on a Dash 7 plane in Winnipeg...
Nearly 800 fridges are en route to communities evacuated by the wildfire.
For Father’s Day, Sommer Bousquet ran 6.5 kilometres in the Manitoba Marathon, had a barbecue lunch with her dad, then hosted a vigil for murdered and missing men in the late afternoon and evening. “T
A somber tribute was held for missing and murdered men.
When Jennifer Piwniuk decided she would arrange a fundraiser for the families forced out of Massey Manor last month, the thought that went through her mind was it could have easily been her.
Campaign 2000 hopes the data will prod the government to approve a soon-to-be-finalized poverty-reduction strategy before next year's federal election, and enshrine commitments in legislation...
A community is without water at its parks due to an expired agreement.
Residents in two south Winnipeg neighbourhoods say they’ve lost access to area parks and splash pads because of a funding dispute between city hall and the developers who built the communities...
After a week’s worth of celebrations for Westman’s LGBTQ+ community, hundreds of people marked the end of Brandon Pride Week on Saturday with a march through downtown, carrying with them a message of hope and a reminder to protect the rights that others have fought for.
The Manitoba Metis Federation wants Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr to intervene in its feud with the Pallister government over its decision in March to shelve a deal signed by Manitoba Hydro.
Winnipeg Police say there has been a 54 per cent increase in stolen vehicles over the month of May, into June.
A security evacuation of Winnipeg Richardson International Airport on Sunday morning caused the delay of 17 flights, an airport spokesman said. Staff and the public were evacuated just after 7 a.m. on
Beth Macdonell reports on what caused the Winnipeg airport evacuation.
Winnipeg Richardson International Airport was evacuated Sunday morning due to a suspicious unattended bag.At just before 7:30 a.m. Sunday, the Winnipeg Richardson International Airport announced via Twitter that they were evacuating the airport due to a "possible security incident."
RCMP say a "suspicious" abandoned bag is what prompted the evacuation of the Winnipeg's international airport around 7 a.m. Sunday morning.
The owners of several downtown businesses are still waiting for answers as the investigation into what caused a massive downtown fire one month ago continues.
Last week, in response to my request from over six weeks earlier, the Liberal Government finally released details outlining the impact on Manitoba from their "Liberal values test" within the Canada Su
A Red River College student says he was "shocked and stunned" to learn through media reports that the program he's been taking at the school for the last two years is being cancelled.
The executive director of the Manitoba School Boards Association says eliminating school boards would represent an “abrupt” and “concerning” change should the government choose to do so.
Know someone who is looking for a summer job? The province is encouraging students and youth to take advantage of one of the 38 Manitoba Youth Job Centres...
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There were no bear tracks on the 10-kilometre race course – an unusual occurrence for a Brochet School “marathon club” runner such as Turrell Cook. “We always get bears at our dump and it’s very close
Corey Gallagher has won another big race, but this time, he didn't have to chug a couple beers along the way. Gallagher is a former beer mile world champion and record holder...
10,000 athletes gathered at the University of Manitoba to run in the 40th Manitoba Marathon early Sunday morning.
They are glued to their phones and for the most part, aren't worried about their financial futures. This new wave may just change the world.
Tourism in Canada is on the rise thanks in part to an increase in travellers from China. But can industry numbers reach pre-9/11 levels?
Canada's system of supply management has been the target of heated political debate for the better part of half a century — but very few Canadians outside of the affected farm sectors actually underst
The economic impact of U.S. President’s tariffs and other trade threats could be substantial
Answering health care’s challenges will come from updating our system through the use of new digital tools and integrating them into the day-to-day work of caring for patients