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Winnipeggers are being warned about potential exposure to COVID-19 on Winnipeg Transit.
Manitoba RCMP said an officer working in its Gypsumville detachment has tested positive for COVID-19.
The temperature is dropping in Winnipeg, and for people experiencing homelessness, it’s a challenging time of year.
Manitoba saw another spike in COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, as health officials announced a single-day record with 183 total cases, along with three deaths linked to outbreaks in Winnipeg.
Manitoba Hydro has confirmed a person working at the Keeyask generating station has tested positive for COVID-19.
Health officials are warning the public that someone who had tested positive for COVID-19 had attended a funeral while asymptomatic.
As Manitoba continues to grapple with the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the province's top doctor is warning people they will need to celebrate Halloween differently on Saturday.
A Winnipeg doctor is warning that hospitals are “on the brink,” as COVID-19 cases surge in the city.
The provincial government is reassuring Manitobans that it has a plan in place to deal with COVID-19 in jails, as cases have spiked in correctional facilities throughout Manitoba.
Manitobans know how to stop the spread of the virus, but many of them are just not following the rules – that is the message Manitoba’s top doctor wants people to hear.
The union representing home care workers in the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority says its members aren’t being told when they’re going into the home of someone who’s been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Selkirk RCMP is warning the public that an officer has tested positive for COVID-19.
Health officials are warning Manitobans about a new hoax going around connected to COVID-19.
In the deadliest day of the pandemic in Manitoba, health officials announced Thursday four more people have died of COVID-19.
St. Boniface Hospital has closed down a second unit in the facility due to an ongoing outbreak of COVID-19.
Another person has died of COVID-19 in Manitoba, as more than 130 new cases were announced in the province on Wednesday.
The Manitoba government is increasing the hit bank accounts will take if they don't follow public health orders.