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Winnipeg police and the RCMP were kept busy Friday, responding to three possible threats after an explosion at a law office in the Osborne area. All were deemed false alarms.
One woman has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after an explosion in a law office on River Avenue in Osborne on Friday morning.
Air Canada is advising passengers that their plans could be disrupted Saturday as the airline recovers from a job action by workers at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Police are looking for the suspect in a sexual assault in an Osborne Street underpass early Friday morning.
The venue, the shoes and the flowers are all picked out for Maricar Evan's dream wedding.
Getting tested for allergies could be a long wait, if you’re an adult.
A health warning remained in effect on Friday as smoky skies continued to hang over southern Manitoba.
Flights in and out of Toronto may be delayed due to a labour dispute between its airlines and union members.
Paul Bernardo has applied for day parole in Toronto, though lawyers say he has almost no chance of succeeding.
Portage RCMP is investigating after a curb lane collision between a 54-year-old man on a bike and a truck.
Brian Bowman had barely unpacked his sports memorabilia and family photos in the mayor's office when he was thrust into the national spotlight.
Many Winnipeg cyclists want the city to upgrade its bike infrastructure but others think it’s time the city open up its sidewalks to bikes.
Enjoying a successful music career that spans more than 30 years, Juno Award winner, Steve Bell, credits much of his success to First Nations people he met in prison.
WINNIPEG -- RCMP have charged a woman with assaulting a flight attendant after a plane landed in Winnipeg.
An altercation between two males turned violent at the Forks’ Canada Day celebrations.
WestJet says it will not speculate why the airline has received four false bomb threats in five days, forcing flight diversions.
In the early hours of June 30, officers were called to the riverbank to investigate suspicious circumstances.
Police say three men were stabbed during an alcohol fueled Canada Day party in the parking lot of Earls Restaurant.
Ford says it is recalling 52,180 vehicles in Canada because of a software bug that could leave the car running after the ignition is switched off.