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Stella's restaurant announced on Friday that it will be closing its location at the James Armstrong Richardson International Airport.
Operation Red Nose is cancelling its service for the 2020 holiday season because of COVID-19.
Two schools on the Fisher River Cree Nation are suspending classroom learning for the first semester.
Health officials are warning the public about a number of potential exposures to COVID-19 this month in Manitoba.
Creating cohorts in schools is a term health officials have used more as students are now back in class. Some schools in Winnipeg have taken a colourful approach to the cohorts.
Provincial health officials have announced 17 new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba.
A hookah lounge is facing almost $13,000 in fines from the province, saying the lounge has broken public health orders. However, the owners feel the fines are unfair.
Pride Week is coming to end this weekend but with the celebrations going virtual it is impacting drag queens.
A First Nation community in Manitoba says one of its residents has tested positive for COVID-19.
The province has released Friday's COVID-19 information for Manitoba, which shows active cases in the Prairie Mountain Health Region are dropping.
The province has released more data on Winnipeg's COVID-19 cases, and where they are located in the city.
How businesses can be cleaned if a positive case of COVID-19 is identified
The provincial government has extended its state of emergency for the sixth time since it was first declared in March.
Provincial health officials are warning Manitobans about two separate cases of potential exposure to COVID-19, including an Air Canada flight.
An employee at a Real Canadian Superstore in Winnipeg, as well as a member of a renovation team working at the same store, tested positive for COVID-19, according to a spokesperson for Loblaw Companies Ltd.
Two more businesses in Winnipeg, including a club and hookah lounge, have been slapped with hefty fines for allegedly breaking COVID-19 public health orders.
With COVID-19 being the cause for closing the borders in Canada, it is leading to a year of uncertainty in tourism for Churchill.