Manitoba's government MLAs have agreed to freeze their wages until the next election, Premier Brian Pallister says.
The fate of the Indian and Métis Friendship Centre could be decided this weekend when its funding body, the Manitoba Association of Friendship Centres, holds its quarterly board meeting in Dauphin.
In December, the federal government announced a number of "improvements" to the immigration system to strengthen family reunification. While these announcements are generally positive, two basic questions remain unanswered. First, are these improvements real or cosmetic? Second, and more importantly, should family reunification be a priority of our immigration system?
An RCMP pickup truck was seriously damaged in a crash with a dump truck Wednesday morning on the western edge of Winnipeg.
Two Winnipeg police officers who rescued several people from a condo fire on the weekend crawled on their hands and knees, feeling their way through a child's bedroom, as thick smoke closed around them.
A former refugee who has carved out a life and created a business in Winnipeg is trying to ease the transition for other newcomers by setting them on the job path.
The two men found dead in what RCMP are calling a double homicide in a small Manitoba community had good hearts, their friend says.
Former Winnipeg mayor Sam Katz, who has initially denied any business relationship with contractor Armik Babakhanians, received a cheque directly from the businessman in 2012 as part of an Arizona land sale, CBC News has learned.
Health-care funding and belt-tightening will be at the forefront as the new legislative session begins Wednesday.
A Winnipeg woman who relies on a ventilator says her health could be in serious jeopardy if changes to her home nursing care, which would include fewer hours of care, go ahead.
A West End business woman says her store has been repeatedly vandalized over the past six years and she wants police to investigate it as a hate crime.
Jason Zucker scored with 2:10 left in the third period to help the Minnesota Wild hang on for a 6-5 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday.
About 50 people gathered at the Manitoba Legislature on Tuesday evening to send the premier a message: if it isn’t broken don’t fix it.
It is the end of an era for a cornerstone Winnipeg fabric business on Main Street.
Will your team make a bold move, a minor tweak, or stand pat? Follow all the deals made ahead of the NHL's trade deadline today at 3 p.m. ET.