A crash involving a Transit bus that appears to have smashed into a home has shut down a road near Osborne Village.
Security measures are expected to be beefed up at two Winnipeg locations Friday when Canada Day events get underway.
The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs is working to remove Arlen Dumas as Grand Chief of the organization.
After working for more than two decades, Manitoba firefighters say the world's governing body on cancer research and prevention is finally acknowledging firefighters' cancer risk.
A Jewish community in Winnipeg is looking for justice after dozens of headstones were toppled in its cemetery.
Your summer plans may be in for some turbulence as Canada’s major airlines reduce flights amid a growing number of delays and cancellations.
Is it possible to have a water park in Brandon? That’s the question the city is asking after opening bids for a feasibility study.
Experts say retirement is something everyone should be planning for, but a new survey shows many younger Canadians are concerned retirement won't be in the cards for them.
More than a dozen healthcare workers in Manitoba – many of whom were placed on unpaid leave after refusing to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo regular testing – are now suing the province.
Police officers in cruisers, on foot patrol and on bicycles are patrolling the Parliamentary Precinct, the ByWard Market and the so-called 'motor vehicle control zone,' as the city prepares for Canada's 155th birthday celebrations and possible protests.
Multiple crashes involving bears in a B.C. national park earlier this month prompted a crackdown on drivers in the area, according to the B.C. Highway Patrol and Parks Canada.
The Royal Canadian Navy says it has relieved the commanding officer of a warship in the Pacific Fleet.
A rare portrait of Diana, Princess of Wales, will be on public display for the first time after it was recently sold for US$201,600 at auction.
Russian missile attacks on residential areas in a coastal town near the Ukrainian port city of Odesa early Friday killed at least 18 people, including two children, authorities reported, a day after Russian forces withdrew from a strategic Black Sea island.
Canadian airlines have reduced summer flights to stem delays and forced cancellations; Ottawa preps for anti-mandate protesters on Canada Day.
The final classes have let out for summer across Canada. Heather Wright has more on the last day of school.