With more flurries in the forecast a number of Winnipeg drivers are already making the switch from all seasons to winter tires.
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The province is investing more than $310,000 in a new tool to help police agencies improve how they respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis.
More than 500 items were up for auction during this year’s Winnipeg Police Service Unclaimed Good Auction, hosted by Associated Auto Auction, Ltd.
Lighthouse Mission and Exchange District Pharmacy came together Saturday to connect some of the city’s most vulnerable residents with health-care professionals.
School trustee candidate Jay Myshkowsky in the upcoming election is apologize for online comments he made about Indigenous people eight years ago.
A preliminary inquiry has been set for a former Winnipeg police constable accused in a fatal hit and run last October. Justin Steven Holz is facing several charges in connection with the death of Cody Severlight.
Close to 150 family members and friends joined Bob and Nancy Adkins as they honoured their son Mark during this year’s Terry Fox Run in Winnipeg.
A family of eight that was left homeless after a devastating fire tore through a Southdale apartment complex in August still feel the effects of the life-changing event.
Klinic Community Health Centre wants those who are contemplating suicide to know that “You are not alone.”
More than $20,000 was raised during Sunday’s Indy Go-Kart Challenge.
Hundreds of people took part in a Labour Day march and picnic. Hosted by the Winnipeg Labour Council, participants walked from Memorial Park to Vimy Ridge Park.
Police believe Ronald Countryman, 57, is travelling west and has mentioned Winnipeg as a final destination.
Winnipeggers are rallying behind a local business owner whose pet store was inspired by her dog, Leo, after the pup was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
It could be days before investigators know caused a devastating blaze that tore through adjoining buildings on Beaverhill Boulevard that left dozens of people homeless.
Dozens of people are now homeless following a massive early morning blaze at an apartment complex on Beaverhill Boulevard near Fermor Avenue.