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A heavy police presence, including the tactical unit and an ambulance, were seen on Sherburn Street Wednesday evening.
Residents living in a downtown Winnipeg condo continue to deal with their elevators being out of commission for more than a week.
Mike McEwen, along with Brad Gushue and American John Shuster, has a 2-0 record at the 2017 Champions Cup in Calgary.
A Winnipeg man diagnosed with terminal lung cancer is fighting a traffic ticket despite the Crown's offer to drop the charge.
High school students on Sagkeeng First Nation are grieving the recent killing of 19-year-old Serena McKay.
A suspect who sprayed an unknown substance on a teenage girl at St. Vital Centre will not be charged.
The City of Winnipeg has awarded a major construction contract for the remainder of Waverley underpass to Maple Leaf Construction.
Councillors outside Mayor Brian Bowman's inner circle said they're not getting information needed to make proper decisions.
Kevin O'Leary is dropping out of the Conservative leadership race, citing weak second-ballot support and a lack of popularity in Quebec.
Two city councillors want regular updates on water main breaks.
City council will vote on the ratification of a new contract for the city’s firefighters.
People living in a Winnipeg highrise had to evacuate after a fire broke out Tuesday evening.
Joseph Davis, 46, was living at a Vancouver halfway house under a long-term supervision order.
Statistics Canada says retail sales fell 0.6 per cent to $47.8 billion in February due in large part to lower sales at motor vehicle and parts dealers and gasoline stations.
The parent of Bell Canada (TSX:BCE) has lowered its benchmark earnings estimate for this year in revised guidance issued this morning ahead of the company's annual shareholders meeting.
Various brands of pie and tart shells are being recalled due to the presence of E. coli.
Two girls aged 16 and 17 have been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a 19-year-old woman on the Sagkeeng First Nation.
On the women's side, Kerri Einarson of Winnipeg prevailed over Edmonton's Val Sweeting 7-4.
A suspended nurse who stole a colleague's identity to gain access to drugs was in charge of looking after seniors and their medications at three personal care homes.
Great-West Lifeco says it will cut 1,500 positions over the next two years in response to changing technology and customer expectations.
A committee renting out a commercial space in Winkler to use as a prayer room for Pembina Valley's growing Muslim community is seeking a conditional use permit.