Four more people have died in Manitoba, with two linked to a variant of concern and one linked to an outbreak inside a personal care home.
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Officials said schools in other divisions will mostly remain open, except in specific circumstances.
The WFPS say it is not known how they came to be in the water or how long they were there.
Three more Manitobans have died due to COVID-19, the province said Saturday, as vaccine eligibility expands and fines increase for those repeatedly flouting public health orders.
The City of Winnipeg is responding to the latest provincial health orders with its own set of closures and suspensions amid Manitoba’s third wave of COVID-19.
The new guidelines suggest instead of bans, schools should maintain a stockpile of EpiPens, and create personalized allergy management plans for kids.
An initiative first announced in 2019 has come to fruition as Winnipeg’s Million Tree Challenge kicked off its goal of planting one million trees by 2040.
Formerly known as Open Streets, the city’s new Enhanced Summer Bike Program begins Monday with 13 new routes and expanded hours.
Manitoba has 281 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday as Emerson Health Centre sees it’s second death this weekend, along with the death of a 30-year-old from the Northern health region.
Residents in Swan River are without power Sunday morning as a pole fire affects nearly 600 Manitoba Hydro customers with no estimated time of restoration.
The CEO of Providence Therapeutics said Saturday Manitoba would not be on the hook for its $7.2 million non-refundable down payment for its hopeful COVID-19 vaccine.
The province is announcing 273 new cases of COVID-19 as two more Manitobans, in their 60s, have died due to the virus.
Most protesters could be seen without masks and not social distancing while dozens of signs were posted in the ground surrounding a podium for speakers.
Public health officials are advising anyone on Chemawawin Cree Nation to wear a mask whenever leaving home as the province sees 259 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday.
Winnipeg police are investigating the death of a woman after she was found dead in a garbage bin which caught on fire.