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A CTV News investigation has revealed that fish purchased at three branches of a Winnipeg fish market is not what it claims to be.
Are after-market add-ons causing your child’s safety to take a back seat?
Putting a couple to a “tax test” – should you go it alone or enlist some help when wading through potentially complicated tax waters?
The Competition Bureau has accused rental car companies Avis and Budget as well as their parent company of false or misleading advertising.
It was supposed to be a move-in ready dream home for newlyweds Tim and Brittany Gietz. But it turned out to be anything but that.
What would you do in the face of a layoff? A credit counsellor in Manitoba said about half of her clients have been laid off and most aren't financially fit to weather the storm.
Target opened its first Canadian stores in March 2013 and on Thursday it announced it will soon close all 133 across the country, affecting about 17,600 jobs.
Most new mobile devices come with apps that allow them to be tracked if they are lost or stolen but Winnipeg police said the GPS data is not good enough for the courts to generate a search warrant.
Hundreds of Manitobans are looking to get their money back from their financial institutions after funds were withdrawn from their accounts this weekend. About 1,300 Manitobans were hit by a debit card skimming scam.
Honda Canada is recalling some 700,000 vehicles in Canada to replace airbag inflators implicated in five deaths and a number of injuries in the U.S. and abroad.