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Officers responded around 2:15 p.m. to the area of Nassau Street South and Taft Crescent for a report of shots fired.
The futures market suggested a positive opening for U.S. stocks as investors hope for clues about the timing of a U.S. interest rate hike.
Both the New Democrats and the Conservatives are seeing strong numbers as they continue to distance themselves from the slumping Liberals on the Nanos Party Power Index.
The province’s hydrological forecasting centre issued a severe wind warning for the south basins of Lake Manitoba and Lake Winnipeg on Tuesday.
Firefighters and police responded on July 20 to a blaze at a residence in the 600 block of Pritchard Avenue. The body of a man was later found after the fire was put out.
The gas from the TransCanada pipeline rupture burned for 12 hours and five homes in the Otterburne area were evacuated last year.
The family of a reservist who died on a military base in Manitoba says Pte. Kirby Tott felt privileged to serve his country.
The water on Chevrier at Waverley was about three feet deep (92 cm) after the rainfall.
Officials with the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg unveiled the event's slogan on Tuesday.
One of Canada's most famous expats is railing against the Harper government over a federal law that takes the right to vote away from citizens living abroad for more than five years.
The federal government has announced it will spend $25 million to improve infrastructure at the Boissevain, Cartwright, Lena and Crystal City ports of entry in Manitoba.
The retraction of two scientific papers and a concern raised about a third written by a team of Toronto researchers have led to allegations of data falsification.
Memorial was held Monday for Canadians who gave their lives during the Korean War.
A tornado was reported Monday evening in southwestern Manitoba.
A man is in critical condition in Montreal after he was struck by lightning Monday evening while standing under a tree, but a doctor says he may survive thanks to an apparent stranger’s intervention.
Former New Democrat MP Olivia Chow is launching a bid to re-enter federal politics, saying she will champion a $15-a-day national childcare program if the NDP forms government in the fall.
Federal health regulators say they have approved an inflatable medical balloon that helps patients lose weight by filling up space in the stomach.
Mounties in Alberta say the discovery of a woman's remains in the same area where three other women have been found could mean police are dealing with a serial killer.
Winnipeg police were called after witnesses said two small children were left in a parked hot car for at least 30 minutes.
Texas authorities on Tuesday released several hours of video footage of Sandra Bland during her three days in jail to address rumours that she was dead before arriving there.
Toronto police are working to identify a man heard hurling vulgarities at a reporter moments after the end of the closing ceremonies of the Pan Am Games.