A Norway House mother wants people will think twice before getting behind the wheel while impaired. Susan Menow hopes a billboard with her late son's face on it will prevent more deaths.
All but one of the city's QuickCare clinics will be closed as the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority works toward reaching provincially mandated budget cuts. At the same time, the city's Access centres will extend their hours to accommodate patients.
A injured bald eagle that couldn't fly has received a second-chance at life after being rescued by Sandy Lake residents and taken to an animal rehabilitation facility.
The Winnipeg developer who owns the Parker neighbourhood claims police aren't doing enough to remove protestors — including one in possession of an axe and several wearing masks — from an encampment on his Fort Garry property.
Officials with the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls may have more work to do convincing families in Sagkeeng First Nation it's worth participating in the process.
There's a "direct correlation" between budget cuts to the Winnipeg Police Service and a rise in violent crime, says the president of a professional organization that represents officers in the city.
One year after the Port of Churchill laid off its workers, the town of 899 estimates it's lost 93 full-time jobs due to the suspension of activity at the port, the subsequent closure of the Hudson Bay Railway and the resulting spinoff effects on the tourism and transhipment industry.
From criticism of the federal government's treatment of First Nations children to the announcement of a new fiscal relationship with Ottawa, it was a busy first day of talks at the Assembly of First Nations annual meeting in Regina on Tuesday.
A massive 12-metre-long mural is going up at The Forks on Wednesday as part of the lead up to the Canada Summer Games.
As the 2017 Canada Summer Games rolls into Winnipeg later this week, so will thousands of tourists and their wallets. The Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce says the economic impact of the games is estimated to be up to$160 million.
The mayor of Gimli says police are investigating the fatal stabbing of a male in the community located on the west side of Lake Winnipeg.
A search is underway in western Manitoba for an employee last seen Monday walking away from a logging camp in Duck Mountain Provincial Park, about 330 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
'A snake in the grass' has taken on a whole new meaning for a Brandon man.
Apprenticeship Manitoba as been too focused on growth and not focused enough on the quality of education for the province’s apprentices, according to a new report from the auditor general of Manitoba.
A Yazidi boy rescued from the battlefield in Mosul after three years in ISIS captivity has asked to be reunited with his mother, who was granted asylum in Canada after escaping from the militants herself.
A Manitoba restaurateur's compassionate open letter and offer of help to a woman who stole a stack of pre-made pizzas is getting a lot of attention online.
The condition of a man shot by Winnipeg police after a high-speed chase Monday morning is improving.
Ontario Provincial Police in Kenora are expanding the search for James Begg, a 39-year-old city man who was last seen on July 16 in the downtown area.
Summer storms rumbled through southern Manitoba overnight, pounding parts of the province with hailstones as big as tennis balls.
A retired nurse says she was shamed and denied treatment by an emergency room physician last week while trying to get help for severe anxiety at Winnipeg's Grace Hospital.