The numbers, released in a technical briefing to the media Friday, say if vaccine supplies continue to flow in as projected, it will move up first-dose vaccinations by months. Continue reading
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Here’s the most up-to-date information we have on who can get the novel coronavirus vaccine in Manitoba, how to book the appointment and where to go. Continue reading →
Manitoba’s largest emergency room flooded Thursday morning after a patient allegedly set off the sprinkler system. Continue reading →
Dwayne Louis Simard, 37, died at Stony Mountain Institution on Monday, says a spokesperson for the jail. Continue reading →
Municipal Relations Minister Derek Johnson said the provincial government has received two reports that review noise levels around the James A. Richardson International Airport. Continue reading →
Peter Nygard is appealing a ruling by Justice Shawn Greenburg in Feburary, after the Manitoba judge denied him bail while he awaits an extradition hearing to the US. Continue reading →
The multi-billion-dollar megaprojects came in more than two times over budget and were built partly on projections of high export rates. Continue reading →
The United Fire fighters of Winnipeg released a statement to media saying Mayor Brian Bowman needs to release the video evidence. Continue reading →
On Tuesday, from 6:30-9 p.m., join the Voice of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Bob Irving, for a star-studded show taking a look at what might happen this season. Continue reading →
RCMP have previously said a 50-year-old man went out snowmobiling in the Whiteshell Provincial Park around 4 p.m. Sunday. Continue reading →
Winnipeg police say they’ve busted a pair on a construction equipment stealing spree before they skid to a stop. Continue reading →
Manitobans who have been inoculated against COVID-19 can now download and print that information online. Continue reading →
The Manitoba government says they have handed out 27 more tickets to those who aren’t following public health orders. Continue reading →
A person has died after a fire in a homeless camp near the Disraeli Freeway late Tuesday morning. Continue reading →
A pair of perps face numerous charges after they tried to evade capture in a Winnipeg taxi cab on Valentine’s Day. Continue reading →