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Police launched an investigation and on Aug. 24, investigators searched a home and seized a number of electronic devices.
The province is reminding motorists that school zones across Winnipeg will be reinforced starting Sept. 1 as kids head back to class.
Gene Wilder, the star of such comedy classics as "Young Frankenstein" and "Blazing Saddles," has died. He was 83.
The truck, operated by a subcontractor, crashed, caught fire and exploded Aug. 22 in the small town of Quemado, about 140 miles from San Antonio, levelling the woman's house.
Health Canada said the product may release small foam pieces that may cause a child to choke.
The sister of a man beaten and left in West End dumpster for 10 days is relieved charges have been laid in her brother Garnet Samuel Walter Williams’ death.
A Winnipeg man is facing assault charges after a couple was robbed at knifepoint in downtown Winnipeg.
The threat of possible job action by Canada Post workers has been placed on hold for 24 hours.
Three Canadian cruise ship passengers were charged with drug smuggling Monday after Sydney police allegedly found 95 kilograms of cocaine in their cabin luggage.
The federal and provincial governments have invested more than $210,000 for a new Manitoba research site focused on improving yields of potatoes, sweet potatoes and carrots.
Trudeau will be kept busy, with a host of business-related meetings during stops in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong.
The trial for the woman accused of storing the remains of six infants in a storage locker, resumed on Monday morning.
A monument dedicated to people killed by impaired drivers hopes to offer families and friends a quiet place to remember their loved ones.
Winnipeg firefighters battled a fire on Selkirk Avenue Sunday morning.
A 24-year-old Winnipeg native has made history after becoming the first Canadian-born woman to win a NASCAR-sanctioned race in the United States.
Several people were sent to hospital after a two-vehicle collision at Inkster Boulevard and Brookside Boulevard on Sunday.
Victims of brain injuries and their families walked in support of the Manitoba Brain Injury Association, Sunday.
The family of a missing Manitoba man joined Portage la Prairie’s Pride March on Saturday to show support for the community.
Get out and enjoy the sunshine and warm weather early on Sunday while you can. Most of Manitoba faces the chance of showers later in the afternoon and evening, including a risk of thundershowers in many areas.
Police have arrested and charged five people following the discovery of a man’s body in a West End dumpster in Winnipeg.