As extreme cold weather brings wind chill values nearing -40°C, it's impacting everything from winter recreation to the city's most vulnerable population.
Fire crews are cleaning up after an overnight blaze in Sage Creek.
A friendly competition has transformed Winnipeg’s Glenelm neighbourhood into an arctic art gallery.
The stage is set for the championship round of the Manitoba Scotties provincial women's curling championship in East St. Paul, Man.
A Winnipeg man has been arrested for assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest - among other charges – after a brief chase in the North End early Saturday morning.
More than two hundred singers from across Manitoba are preparing for a special Sunday afternoon concert.
When 1990s suede fringe jackets started making a comeback last year, a U.K.-based vintage clothing company decided to order four tonnes of suede from a supplier in the United States. Along with that shipment came a once-in-a lifetime discovery.
Winnipeg police have made multiple arrests in several drug busts on Friday.
Two men face assault charges after an apartment stabbing in North Point Douglas Friday.
A building blitz is underway at The Forks as the six new warming huts along the Nestaweya River Trail begin to take shape.
Manitoba's finance minister is stepping down to run for a seat in the House of Commons.
Several schools in southeast Manitoba were closed Friday after a round of threatening voicemails came in over the last week.
From a pandemic pause to a permanent practice, Grade 12 students in Manitoba are no longer having to take final exams.
A flurry of extreme cold warnings have been issued for sprawling portions of Manitoba.
The 2022-23 season for the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre is set to wrap up at the beginning of February and now the theatre has announced what Manitobans can look forward to for the next season.
A Steinbach area teen is hoping for the gift of life.
Shared Health says it is committed to making changes to a forensic program that examines sexual assault victims in Manitoba, after reports that several victims were turned away when they sought out help.
There are hints the municipal funding freeze imposed by the former Pallister Government could be thawing.
A skating club in a small Manitoba town hopes to get the edge on the competition, after being selected as a finalist in a national video competition celebrating the sport.
Two Winnipeg sisters honour their father’s legacy through random acts of kindness.
The Manitoba government says it's spending $150 million more than it forecasted in the previous budget to ease costs in the health-care system, for municipal projects and to offset inflation.
Experts are anticipating that Winnipeg’s tight rental market and inflation will lead to rent increases.
One of Winnipeg's most iconic sports fans is set to celebrate a milestone birthday with the help of one of the teams he has been cheering on for nearly a decade.
Downtown Winnipeg is set to get a cool makeover next week but first, they need ice.
A stone that is in many buildings throughout the province and is found only in Manitoba, is now getting international attention.
A Winnipeg-born costume designer woke up to a flurry of text messages Tuesday morning, as the nominations for the 95th annual Academy Awards were read miles away in a crowded Hollywood ballroom.
A recommendation to allow workers to swap holidays for another day more meaningful to them is being considered at city call, but some worry it would be a step backwards.
In the wake of record-high inflation, ever-increasing interest rates and record-low unemployment, understanding what's going on with the Canadian economy is no easy feat.
A Winnipeg woman is calling on the city to do something about a giant snow pile near her yard, which she says floods her backyard and home in the spring.
A group of international students are calling for changes in how Manitoba decides who can stay in the province with permanent residency.
WINNIPEG -- Knowing it was their final game before the NHL all-star break, the Philadelphia Flyers went all out against the Winnipeg Jets.
Round robin play at the Manitoba Scotties wrapped up Friday afternoon in East St. Paul with two teams, very familiar to one another, finishing undefeated.
A new poll highlighting the overwhelming number of Canadians concerned about the state of health care leads MedicalWatch for Jan. 27 2023.
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Trailblazing Canadian swimmer Elaine Tanner shares mental health journey that inspired her to write children’s books. Adam Sawatsky reports.
While RSV and flu cases steadily decline in Canada, the World Health Organization is set to announce on Monday whether it still considers COVID-19 a global health emergency, but one infectious disease specialist says we still need to keep an eye on the coronavirus.
Roughly one in 200 babies born in Canada today will have congenital cytomegalovirus, a virus that can lead to hearing loss, intellectual disability or vision loss. But with only two provinces screening newborns for CMV, one father is asking other health-care systems to do more.
OPS and Ottawa Bylaw officers issued 192 parking tickets and 67 Provincial Offences Notices in downtown Ottawa this weekend, as hundreds of people marked the one-year anniversary of the 'Freedom Convoy'.
Former Mississauga, Ont. mayor Hazel McCallion, nicknamed 'Hurricane Hazel,' has died. She was 101 years old. Premier Doug Ford said McCallion died peacefully at her home early Sunday morning.
After years of reports and allegations detailing a 'toxic' workplace, Canada's RCMP says it is trying to evolve, focusing on diversity in its organization and repairing relationships with communities as it marks its 150th anniversary.
Actor Annie Wersching, best known for playing FBI agent Renee Walker in the series '24' and providing the voice for Tess in the video game 'The Last of Us' has died. She was 45.
A Russian teenager must wear an ankle bracelet while she is under house arrest after she was charged over social media posts that authorities say discredit the Russian army and justify terrorism.
Friends and volunteers gathered Sunday at Kyiv's St Sophia's Cathedral to say goodbye to Andrew Bagshaw, who was killed in Ukraine while trying to evacuate people from a front-line town. This comes as Russian forces heavily shelled the city of Kherson, killing three people and wounding six others, the regional administration said.
The German ambassador to Canada says Germany will not become 'a party to the conflict' in Ukraine, despite it and several other countries announcing they'll answer President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's pleas for tanks, possibly increasing the risk of Russian escalation.