The Progressive Conservative government will introduce a motion today to end the spring sitting of the legislature. The government also served notice Thursday that it would introduce its budget implementation bill...
For Manitoba, though, no news was good news on the equalization front. Manitoba benefits substantially from the current formula. And any changes to it would likely mean less jingle in Manitoba...
Omnitrax Manitoba holdings are organized through at least 15 companies and there are lingering legal issues everywhere.
A longtime advocate for traffic light times passed away after a battle with cancer.
A Winnipeg mother who lost her son to suicide after he was discharged from hospital following a suicide attempt supports a plan to see trained hospital staff take over responsibility for watching patients...
A Winnipeg-based program offers free rides for people to visit Manitoba prisons and jail, but the demand is so high they can't meet it.
“It’s not actually surprising to me to hear those numbers,” said Michael Redhead Champagne. “As a member of the Indigenous community, with First Nation, Metis and Inuit people around me, I see the over-representation...
Nearly half of all youth who end up in custody across Canada are Indigenous, a statistic that a Manitoba activist says shows unacceptable and systemic racism.
Possessing marijuana is still a crime. That's the message the Trudeau government is sending to Canadians four months ahead of the legalization...
Cannabis clinics that require patients to pay a fee to see a doctor are in breach of provincial and federal rules banning extra billing if that same doctor also bills the province for visits.
Police arrested four males from Brandon on Sunday after they were allegedly found with more than a pound of marijuana in their vehicle. At 16 minutes past midnight, police say they conducted a traffic
Police say a 22-year-old man from Virden was lodged at the Brandon Correctional Centre Sunday after he came into the Brandon Police Service station in a methamphetamine-induced paranoia. At 4:36 a.m.,
The provincial government will invest $400,000 in the Manitoba Youth Job Centre, which is expected to help 11,000 students find jobs this summer, the highest amount since the program's inception in 1976...
The creation of a joint-MBA program at Assiniboine Community College has some board members at Brandon University pushing the school to take a more assertive stance when it comes to programming.
Keeping kids healthy, imaginative and playing can require a lot of a family's time investment, often without fancy gadgets, lessons or activities. When it gets warm, it also requires basic park facilities...
Last week, union leader Paul Moist wrote an impassioned defence of embattled United Fire Fighters of Winnipeg president Alex Forrest in a commentary circulated by the Canadian Centre for Policy Altern
Nearly 700 residents of Little Grand Rapids returned home this weekend after spending about a month living in Winnipeg hotels while their northern community was ravaged by wildfires.
It’s been 10 years since Jennifer Catcheway disappeared, but her parents, Wilfred and Bernice believe their daughter is still out there.
On a quiet street in Winnipeg’s inner-city, Debby Sillito and Debra Jones sit on the deck of a seemingly ordinary house. They relax in lawn chairs, chatting, as their cats — Missy and Mister — lounge
When Ultimate teams from around the world gather in Winnipeg next month for a competition, Jennifer Stark will be one of the hundreds of volunteers ensuring the event runs smoothly.The Manitoba Organi
Lou Billinkoff is officially the fastest 95-year-old sprinter in Canada. Billinkoff, a retired electrical engineer, was billed by Athletics Manitoba as putting together a “World Lead performance” Saturday morning...
Despite concerns raised by the congregation at an Osborne Village-area church, Winnipeg city councillors have voted to add the church the city's list of protected heritage buildings.
Officials have broken ground at a former military base in Winnipeg on a memorial park that pays tribute to Canadians who fought in a battle in the Korean War.
Bacterial blight has been reported in many oat fields in south-central and south-eastern Manitoba. "Oats are a little more susceptible to it than your other cereal crops, although it can occur across
A four-year-old boy is dead following a farming accident Saturday afternoon near Lorette, Man., RCMP said.At just after 3:30 p.m., officers from the St Pierre-Jolys RCMP responded...
A four-year-old boy is dead following a tractor incident in the Rural Municipality of Tache.
A Manitoba woman remains unconscious in hospital after a fall from a horse.
Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says he knew almost the moment he heard Kinder Morgan was pressing the pause button on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on April 8 that the federal government
OTTAWA — Passengers who’ve had a flight delayed, suitcase damaged or a problem with accessibility at an airport will have a chance to air their beefs today.The Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) wil
Recreational cannabis will be legal in Canada on Oct. 17, but renters in some provinces might not have the right to smoke or cultivate it in their homes.
An expert on Canada-U.S. relations says he could see Justin Trudeau triggering a federal election early if a trade war with Washington escalates.
Two countries, two courts, two widely different views on LGBTTQ* rights.In a landmark case this month, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled law societies have the right to deny accreditation to a propose
Canada’s Conservative Party will announce on Monday it supports a single tax return for Quebecers, a source told CTV News.