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A northern Manitoba First Nation is providing an update after seven people in one family tested positive for COVID-19.
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet held its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday and it shared some of the positives from the last year.
A daycare in Winnipeg has been listed by the province as having a potential exposure to COVID-19.
Brandon University has announced that students will continue their learning online during the winter term.
As the prime minister and health officials across the have declared that the country is in the second wave of COVID-19, the concern regarding the pandemic has started to grow.
The province has announced 40 new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba and has declared an outbreak at another personal care home in Winnipeg.
The Superintendent of the Louis Riel School Division announced there was a case of COVID-19 at one of the division's schools.
A new mobile COVID-19 testing site is set to open on Wednesday, Sept. 30 in Winnipeg.
With cases of COVID-19 spiking in recent weeks, there’s an uptick in people waiting in line to get tested.
A ventilator designed in Winnipeg has received the go-ahead from Health Canada to be manufactured and undergo trials to help medical professionals treat COVID-19.
Health officials with the province are advising people of a possible exposure to COVID-19 at a Winnipeg school.
There have been 34 new cases of COVID-19 identified in Manitoba as of Tuesday morning, with the majority of new cases in the City of Winnipeg.
September is slowly coming to an end, and as we near closer to October, people are wondering what will happen with Halloween in a COVID-19 world.
Hockey Manitoba is one step closer to seeing games on the ice as it announced the third phase of its Return to Play plan.
Since students went back to class earlier this month, there have been multiple COVID-19 cases as schools.
Now some parents are asking questions about who is notified when positive cases are identified.
The rules, which apply to funerals and weddings, are seen by some as a setback to industries already hit hard by the pandemic.
The province announced on Monday that Manitobans should expect to see additional screening sites this week.