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The family of a Winnipeg girl shot with a stolen RCMP gun is suing police.
Two firefighters narrowly escaped after a “flashover” trapped them in the basement of a house on Bruce Avenue early Saturday morning.
Inconsistencies in the dosage of children’s medicine has prompted the company that makes Advil to recall several batches of the product.
A pair of Winnipeggers set out to make sure women staying in shelters had something to celebrate around Valentine’s Day.
Army reservists from 17 Wing hopped on a plane bound for a special mission in Canada’s high arctic.
Police taped off the Arlington Street Bridge after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle Saturday morning.
A bitter cold is gripping parts of central and eastern Canada today as temperatures dip to -45 C with the wind chill in some areas.
Kael McKenzie was appointed to the bench in December 2015, and will become Canada’s first transgender judge.
In December, five-month-old Mittens was turned over to a veterinarian in Thompson, Man., after his hind legs and feet were crushed by a car.
Winnipeg Jets goaltender Ondrej Pavelec is being removed from the injured reserve list and will return to game action on this upcoming four-game road trip.
Some organizations and agencies may consider tightening their policies when it comes to criminal background checks for volunteers and employees who visit people’s homes.
A city initiative allows residents with gravel back lanes to get it paved -- for a price.
In the lead-up to the April 19 Manitoba election, The Canadian Press is running a series of stories called Ad-Curracy, in which we look at the facts behind claims made in political advertisements.
Winnipeg’s finance chair says the police service should have disclosed its purchase of the armoured car.
A report before council outlines how the city should handle re-zoning the downtown area, to allow for beekeeping.
What are Facebook's rules for posting nude images? The question is at the forefront again after a French court ruled Friday that a French art teacher can sue the social media service after it suspended his Facebook account.
Transport Canada is using a brand-new power to order Nissan Canada to take stronger steps to notify certain vehicle owners about a potentially dangerous defect.
Environment Canada said an arctic ridge of high pressure is building into the prairies, bringing very cold air south.
A Brandon man faces firearm charges after police found a loaded rifle in his vehicle.
A seven-year-old boy who managed to hold onto his classmate who slipped off a ski lift said he was just helping a friend, and doesn't feel like a hero.
The City of Winnipeg says Ottawa owes $6.7 million in unpaid property taxes for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.