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- ‘No questions asked’: Winnipeg parish prays statue’s head is returned
The work depicting St. Volodymyr was decapitated outside the Cathedral of Sts. Vladimir and Olga early Tuesday. A cross-like symbol on a Ukrainian coa
- Synchro dads: Manitoba men’s team makes a splash in synchronized swimming
The 10 dads on Manitoba's only men's synchronized swimming team have made a major splash since coming together in January to support Winnipeg's Aquati
- Over 3,000 charges laid in Saskatchewan during road safety week
There were over 3,000 charges laid in Saskatchewan from May 14 to 20 for Canada Road Safety Week.
- ‘Where the hell are we supposed to go’: Winnipeg set to dismantle homeless camps
The City is planning to dismantle homeless encampments on public property, but those who live there and those who support them say that won't solve th
- Eight confirmed cases of scabies at Winnipeg long-term care centre
One of Manitoba’s largest rehabilitation and long-term care centres for seniors has declared a scabies outbreak.
- 4-year-old boy drowns in northern Manitoba community
Police say a ground search found the child around 11:30 p.m. Sunday in a bay on St. Theresa Point First Nation.
- Saskatchewan drivers underinsured: report
A report by the Insurance Brokers Association of Saskatchewan says half of Saskatchewan drivers have basic coverage compared to 90 per cent of Manitob
- How the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike led to bloodshed and political change
While the strike itself lasted only six weeks, the fallout from the unprecedented display of strength by both ordinary workers and anti-union forces c
- Federated Co-op closing 3 feed production facilities in Western Canada
FCL feed production plants in Melfort, Sask., and Brandon, Man., are closing and the one in Edmonton is being transferred to the Wetaskiwin Co-op.
- Supreme Court of Canada to sit outside Ottawa for first time; heading to Winnipeg
For the first time ever, the Supreme Court of Canada will sit outside of Ottawa.
- Flowers are ‘symbol of Mother’s Day,’ say last-minute shoppers in Winnipeg
What makes flowers the best Mother's Day present? Last-minute shoppers in Winnipeg explain the importance of celebrating their mothers.
- Winnipeg Transit Plus bus repaired after photo of driver tying door closed with rope draws criticism
The City of Winnipeg's transit department didn't say what caused the issue but added that the problem was identified on Friday.
- Number show Manitoba leads provinces in youth and Indigenous lockups
The province ‘needs to address a problem that is quickly becoming the new residential school,’ says human rights lawyer.
- Manitoba Hydro to appeal order to create special First Nations rate
Manitoba Hydro will have an appeal hearing to argue against an order to create a special rate class for Indigenous customers on reserves.
- Manitoba government employee survey shows fewer people satisfied with work
A new survey says less than 40 per cent of Manitoba civil servants feel as though they are valued employees.
- Former Manitoba NDP cabinet minister Steve Ashton loses appeal to run again
Steve Ashton, a former cabinet minister who held the Thompson legislature seat for 35 years, lost in the 2016 election but wanted to run again.
- Manitobans paying more for fruits and vegetables at the grocery store
The price of groceries in Manitoba, fresh vegetables in particular, are on the rise, and there's no sign of it slowing down this year.
- An alleged hate crime at a Winnipeg cafe was ‘the most brazen’ a community had seen. It was all fake, police now say
Winnipeg police charged Oxana and Alexander Berent, the owners of the cafe where the hate crime had taken place, with staging the entire attack.
- Winnipeg family charged with staging anti-Semitic attack has faced lawsuits, financial challenges
Oxana and Alexander Berent, who are charged with vandalizing their Winnipeg cafe with anti-Semitic graffiti, faced financial trouble, including a six-
- Teens charged in Winnipeg after assaults connected to online sales
Police posted a Twitter message earlier this week saying that a number of people had been injured, and advised people not to meet anyone from online r