Winnipeg council has officially approved the city’s transit master plan, a project that’s been mulled over for several years.
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To prevent wastage, a Manitoba First Nation is offering its unused doses to people in surrounding communities.
A Winnipeg student is unable to fly home from Pakistan after the federal government announced a passenger flight ban from India and Pakistan with the increased risk of COVID-19.
Four city-owned golf courses reopen Monday, with new COVID-19 rules in place.
The City of Winnipeg is welcoming back swimmers Monday at most of its city-owned pools.
The owner of Silver Heights Restaurant and Lounge says he’s been ‘blacklisted’ after the province posted about potential COVID-19 exposure at his business.
The COVID-19 pandemic brings a long list of memories that historians say should be archived for future generations.
The Canada’s Diversity Gardens project was expected to be substantially finished in mid-August 2020, but that plan has been scratched.
The number of COVID-19 infections among Canadian healthcare workers has tripled in the past six months.
‘Video evidence is the most compelling evidence an investigator can have,’ says Perry Batchelor, Altona’s police chief.
Red River College is working with TerraCycle to recycle face masks on campus.
A woman is left in serious condition Thursday morning after a collision with a vehicle in the West End Wednesday night.
A local gym owner is perplexed after being told siblings can’t train together privately in her gym.
While Manitobans mark Louis Riel Day, a leader and co-founder of the Metis Federation has died.
It’ll be puck drop as normal for the Moose at the Bell MTS Centre Monday as the team kicks off their season opener, but big changes are in the works for AHL team.