Police start handing out tickets tomorrow – last year, thousands of drivers were ticketed in school zones every month
Nineteen of the province’s 57 campgrounds are open until Thanksgiving, which is October 12th this year.
Police say the pair rang up $29,000 in bills at three stores on Tuesday and Wednesday using forged credit cards.
Construction crews broke a gas line in the rear of the Winnipeg Winter Club Tuesday afternoon.
A memo to government of Manitoba employees sent August 21 makes note of “recent media coverage regarding questionable use of government email addresses.”
WINNIPEG – Police say no charges will be laid in bizarre incidents earlier this month involving cash left on walking trails and a man approaching women who found it. At least four women came forward to say they’d found an envelope or wallet stuffed with cash on walking trails. A man would then appear and then claim…
Mounties were called to the Nutimik Lake Campground beach on Saturday for the call about a suspicious male.
Police issued a new warning Monday about the presence of fentanyl on Winnipeg streets.
Police are trying identify the occupants of a car and a woman walking a dog seen in the area of Krull’s disappearance
City officials announced Wednesday that fogging will begin on Thursday at 9:30 p.m., weather permitting.
Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm watch Wednesday morning for Winnipeg and several other communities in southern Manitoba.
Assiniboine Park is looking for help picking a film to show in it’s popular “Movies in the Park” series
Maria Mitousis has been released from hospital and is at home recovering from wounds received in a bombing earlier this month.
About 40 reservists packed their gear and got ready to board buses Monday
Staff left the building and police units including the bomb squad were on scene at about 11:30 a.m. Monday.