The cottage and camping industries saw a huge boom during the pandemic and those in the business are expecting it to be another busy year.
As the mild winter slowly starts to turn into spring in Winnipeg, potholes are making a comeback and city crews are already out fixing what they can.
Part three of Global News Winnipeg’s allergy series focuses on exploring the differences between food allergies and food intolerances.
Two Winnipeg-based health bar businesses have flourished over that last few years and both owners were deeply motivated by personal experiences
Until now, mild winter has eased some stress at local shelters, but as a cold spell arrives in Winnipeg this week, agencies are seeking a warm helping hand from the community.
The Millennium Library will open Monday with new interim security measures following a Dec. 11 homicide, but some worry about the impact of those measures on public access.
The warmer-than-average temperatures experienced in Manitoba lately are impacting winter activities from snowmobiling to ice fishing.
Newly released research shows a possible link between gas kitchen appliances and childhood asthma, but Manitoba experts say there are measures to help minimize the risks.
Every year firefighters around the world die of work-related cancers, which is why January is dedicated to bringing awareness to the occupational hazard.