An act of kindness from a Winnipeg bus driver is being shared by a passenger who says it warmed his heart to witness.
Doctors Manitoba is voicing concern about the health-care system in rural and northern Manitoba.
Hundreds of protesters descended on the U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday to denounce the justice's decision to overturn the half-century-old Roe v. Wade precedent that recognized women's constitutional right to abortion.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is headed to the G7 in Germany Saturday without a consensus from the Commonwealth to condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but with a chorus of countries calling for help to overcome the fallout of the war.
A group of students from a school in Winnipeg's River Park South neighbourhood were involved in a 'pepper spray incident' while riding to school on a Winnipeg Transit bus, says a local school division.
The Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada is working to honour eight children and pilot who died 50 years ago in the Linwood Street tragedy.
Tanya Ball began her career as a social worker for the Kaska Dene First Nation. Now she runs a land guardian program, working to monitor and protect a vast stretch of the band's northern British Columbia wilderness.
With the nation's capital bracing for anticipated anti-mandate 'freedom' movement protests during Canada Day weekend, interim Conservative Leader Candice Bergen says her MPs are free to attend.
New research has found that women are 'significantly' more likely than men to suffer from long COVID syndrome, in addition to developing different symptoms of the disease.
Miners working in a gold field in Yukon have uncovered what is being called the 'most complete' mummified woolly mammoth found to date in North America, officials announced on Friday.
They are the most fiercely polarizing issues in American life: abortion and guns. And two momentous decisions by the Supreme Court in two days have done anything but resolve them, firing up debate about whether the court's Conservative justices are being faithful and consistent to history and the Constitution – or citing them to justify political preferences.
Environment Canada is investigating a possible tornado in Binscarth, Man. on Thursday night.
U.S. President Joe Biden on Saturday signed the most sweeping gun violence bill in decades, a bipartisan compromise that seemed unimaginable until a recent series of mass shootings, including the massacre of 19 students and two teachers at a Texas elementary school.
Three people have been charged following an early morning crime spree in rural Manitoba last week.
The celebration is on at Pollock’s Hardware Co-op as it marks 100 years in the North End.
Winnipeg Transit is getting hit hard with vandalism this year, with the glass on some bus shelters smashed and shattered just days after being replaced.
For centuries, the stethoscope has been one of a doctor's best tools which allows them to hear what's going on inside the body. But when you're in a helicopter, a stethoscope is useless.
The Trotz Watch in Winnipeg appears to be over.
Organizers of a clinic in Winnipeg say they feel rage and fear after hearing of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision that will allow states to ban abortions.
The entertainment is booked, tickets are sold, Dauphin’s Countryfest is all set – but getting insurance was no easy task.
A Winnipeg man has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to recruiting and directing two women to provide sexual services for hire.
A female polar bear living at Assiniboine Park Zoo in Winnipeg has died during a dental procedure while under anesthesia.
An out-of-this-world, rural Manitoba home is up for grabs offering buyers a chance to live in a self-sustaining, off-grid oasis.
A motion to dismantle Winnipeg bus shelters is not moving forward after it was replaced with a new idea at city hall Thursday.
A Manitoba judge has ruled the province failed to properly consult First Nations communities on part of a planned flood-prevention project.
A woman living in Elma, Manitoba, says she thought she was going to die after an SUV, later determined to be stolen, came tearing through her yard towards her home Tuesday night.
Instead of the traditional Canada Day party, The Forks is planning a reimagined 'New Day' event this July 1 – a move that has been met with support and criticism in Winnipeg.
A new report on intimate partner violence is shining a light on a hidden epidemic among Manitoba kids. The Manitoba Advocate for Children Youth found once every two hours a child in this province is exposed to violence. In the majority of cases, they’re not getting help after being traumatized.
A celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day brought together inmates last week at Stony Mountain Institution.
A Winnipeg man’s hobby for nearly 20 years is now turning into a donation that will be featured at The Leaf when it opens in late 2022.
Willie Jefferson snared a tipped pass by Hamilton quarterback Dane Evans to help seal Winnipeg's 26-12 win over the visiting Tiger-Cats.
The resilient Tampa Bay Lightning spoiled Colorado's party to stay in the hunt for a third straight Stanley Cup title, beating the Avalanche 3-2 on Friday night in Game 5.
Hockey Canada says it needs to "do more" when it comes to fostering a safe culture in the sport.
A new research examining how and when cancer spreads leads MedicalWatch for Friday, June 24, 2022.
An American artistic swimmer lost consciousness and sank to the bottom of the pool before her coach rescued her. Jill Macyshon reports.
After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, holding that there is no longer a federal constitutional right to an abortion, protesters and supporters of the ruling gathered at the high court's building in Washington, D.C., and in other cities nationwide.
Ukraine's largest LGBTQ rights event, KyivPride, is going ahead on Saturday. But not on its native streets and not as a celebration.
Many Canadians still remain unaware of the involvement of forced child labour in the products they buy, according to non-profit agency World Vision Canada.
A gunman opened fire in Oslo's nightlife district early Saturday, killing two people and leaving more than 20 wounded in what the Norwegian security service called an 'Islamist terror act' during the capital's annual LGBTQ Pride festival.
The family of Chelsea Cardno says the body found on flooded farmland adjacent to Mission Creek Friday night has been identified as the missing Kelowna woman.
U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks and signs into law S. 2938, the first major gun safety legislation the U.S. has passed in decades.