Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman is challenging his competitors to reveal their tax plans, claiming Winnipeg’s infrastructure could be at risk under a new mayor.
Winnipeg police are partnering with the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (CCCP) to launch a campaign educating youth on the adverse effects of sexual texting.
A youth attacked and killed a 73-year-old this weekend, marking the city’s third homicide — all coming from violent beatings — in the last three days.
A traffic stop conducted by Winnipeg police has lead to the seizure of a number of illegal items.
As Winnipeg police announced yet another liquor store theft in the province, both customers and the union representing store employees are searching for solutions.
Cannabis retailers are almost nowhere to be seen in Manitoba and there’s still some haze surrounding where pot will be sold once it becomes legal on Oct. 17.
The St. James-Assiniboia School Division will have multi-stall gender-neutral washroom facilities in two schools this fall. The conversion of existing bathrooms is expected to be completed in October.
As the WRHA continues its health overhaul, 141 nurses will be offered a chance to make the move to departments at the Health Sciences Centre, Concordia Hospital or Victoria Hospital.
Manitoba Hydro is cancelling a transit route it has been subsidizing with hundreds of thousands of dollars in rate-payer money for the last decade.