There's a heavy police presence in The Maples neighbourhood of Winnipeg after what police are calling a 'serious incident.'
A Winnipeg man says the only way he can get around the city is to hobble on crutches in severe pain after his specialized wheelchair was stolen out of the back of his car Friday.
A group of teens beat and stabbed a man in what at this time police are calling a random assault.
It was the kind of birthday surprise no one expected: a group of Brandon teens celebrating a birthday came across a crying toddler who was standing in the pouring rain with no jacket or shoes Friday night.
When Kan Yao was growing up in China, it was her grandparents who took care of her because her own parents were so busy with work. Her family moved to Canada in 2009, giving Yao an opportunity to help her grandmother.
A group embarked on a 12-kilometre walk to the University of Manitoba's National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation Saturday to urge the federal government to adopt an internationally recognized bill on Indigenous rights.
The federal government has agreed to return a series of artifacts connected to Louis Riel, currently housed in the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina, to the Métis people.
A man is dead after a sedan he was driving collided with a semi-trailer.
As parents wait for the provincial government to approve coverage of a potentially life-saving drug, they're gathering Sunday to raise funds and awareness for a disease that leads to muscle failure, and often early death, for their kids.
A piece of heritage in the southwestern Manitoba town went up in flames after a fire destroyed three of Virden’s brick-facade heritage buildings Saturday morning.
Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett says the shortage of teachers on northern and remote First Nations "has been happening for way too long." But, she says, there's still learning to be done about solving the problem.
Rachel Smith's life has completely changed over the past year after her father was diagnosed with dementia and she moved back home to help her parents deal with the family’s new reality. It’s a story she'll tell to strangers Saturday as a volunteer with the Human Library project.
Wab Kinew's recent leadership win for the Manitoba NDP came amid concerns about past criminal convictions and stayed charges.
Manitoba advocates who work daily in the fight against HIV are hoping the province will follow the Ontario government's decision to cover the cost of a high-priced bill pill that prevents the virus.
Do violent confrontations between 'antifa' and the 'alt-right' show both sides are wrong? Take a look at what they're fighting for before painting all anti-fascists and extreme right activists with the same brush, Steven Zhou says.
A flood of natural disasters around the world in the last month has some aid organizations taking a different approach to fundraising to prevent donor fatigue.
When you change the fabric of a country's tax law, you're not just changing the law itself. You're also implicitly reassigning the benefits associated with contracts, business decisions and even career choices that were made in the shadow of that law.
Amazon's picking Canada for its coveted second headquarters is more than just wishful thinking.
'I think you need to get out and build a fort every now and again to figure out who you are,' says kid-at-heart Sandra Schmidtke.
The daughter of a murdered woman wants to know how her file with the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Women and Girls "was destroyed by accident."