Court delays are an issue the Manitoba government would have to work out if Ottawa decides to lower the legal alcohol limit for drivers.
STARS Air Ambulance has had two of its three busiest months on record in June and July.
With spectators from all over the country in Winnipeg to watch the Canada Summer Games many haven’t experienced the hot, humid weather that has recently hit the city.
Too much money is being spent on the Canada Diversity Gardens that will be built in Assiniboine Park, according to the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
Winnipeg police haven’t been able to identify the victim of an assault who was found on Notre Dame Avenue early Saturday morning.
Winnipeg Police have released a sketch of a suspect after a female jogger was grabbed in River Heights.
The victim of a homicide in North Point Douglas Thursday evening has been identified by police.
Investigators believe a fire in a Sherbrook Street three-storey apartment building could be arson.
The federal and provincial governments, along with the city of Winnipeg, will provide $60 million to build Canada’s Diversity Gardens in Assiniboine Park.
Thousands of athletes and their supporters began arriving Thursday but boat tour operator Andrew Bart has already noticed more people on his river tours.
The provincial government will ship enough propane to Churchill to heat homes through the winter.
A pilot project will see angled parking on one block of Bannatyne Avenue west of Waterfront Drive.
City council has unanimously agreed to ask for $182 million in federal funding for road renewal projects but the request can’t be passed on to Ottawa unless the Manitoba government signs off on it.
Engineers believe the damage to the Hudson Bay Railway wrought by historic spring flooding can be fixed in 60 days.
Some emergency care doctors have received letters saying their jobs will no longer exist.