The year isn’t even over and there have already been more people killed on the roads this year to date, than all of 2015 combined.
The crosses on the side of the road stick out as tombstones driving down Highway 207, near Lorette. That small stretch of road, that passes through the town 30 kilometres southeast of Winnipeg, has become a veritable graveyard. RCMP say there have been five fatal crashes in five years.
The city’s Executive Policy Committee is set to vote on a revamped growth fees plan.
An alleged cancer misdiagnosis is raising a lot of question over patient rights in Manitoba.
When Rachael Sawka found a small bump on the back of her head, she didn’t think her life would soon be on the line.
Owners of a building in Brandon will have a big mess to clean up, after a driver rammed their vehicle into the structure early Saturday morning. The incident occurred around 2:15 a.m. on the 1600 block of Stickney Ave. Police arrive to find a Ford Focus had hit the building, with nearly half of the…
WINNIPEG — Police are asking for the public’s help in finding Winnipeg woman Jean Love, 85, who was last seen on October 14. Love’s last known whereabouts is believed to be in the Charleswood area around noon, where she had been planning to run errands. She is described as 5’4″ tall, with a heavy build,…
Winnipeggers have a complicated relationship with the river. The popular perception of the Red is one of pollution; full of raw sewage, junk and at times, dead bodies.
Two city councillors are asking the Water and Waste Committee to hit the pause button before awarding new contracts to two private waste management companies.
The presence of legionella bacteria, which can potentially lead to deadly Legionnaires’ Disease, has been discovered within some water taps of Victoria Hospital in Winnipeg.
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister renewed his stance, calling for an end to prospective growth fees in the city of Winnipeg.
In the wake of a deadly weekend on Manitoba’s roads, police and anti-impaired driving advocates are calling for change.
In a single day this weekend, three separate incidents on the highways of Manitoba caused the death of three people and injured 11 more.
Graffiti on the walls of a North Kildonan elementary school, including lewd language and spray painted swastikas, has been removed.
Hundreds of Winnipeggers gathered at Assiniboine Park on Sunday morning to pay tribute to one of Canada’s icons and one of Winnipeg’s sons – by running.