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A Winnipeg radio host has been fired over comments he made about transgender people.
At the height of the tourist season some businesses in Churchill say they've been dealt another economic blow, beyond the damaged rail line.
When recreational cannabis is legalized later this year, it will be subject to a government fee and a wholesale markup in Manitoba.
Police said a 38-year-old man from the RM of Reynolds has been charged after a stolen SUV was driven into oncoming traffic on Highway 12.
Two Winnipeg police officers will not be charged after a 29-year-old woman made allegations she had been sexually assaulted, according to the Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba.
The Manitoba RCMP have made an arrest and issued two warrants in connection to a shooting and assault on Sunday in Portage La Prairie.
One woman is raising money to show her support for families affected by a tragedy in Nelson House earlier this year.
The Oakbank RCMP are searching for two people after cheques were reportedly stolen from people’s mail and then cashed.
A 20-year-old hockey player from Winnipeg who survived the fatal crash of the Humboldt Broncos team has inked a deal to continue his hockey career in Oshawa, Ont.
A stretch of Graham Avenue will be closed for the next two years beginning on Monday.
The leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party has won a seat in the Manitoba Legislature.
A Winnipeg woman has been in the hospital for the last three months and her family wants answers about what put her there.
Wabowden RCMP arrested three people after seizing cocaine near Provincial Road 373 near Ponton, Manitoba on July 13.
The Winnipeg Police Service said a man and a woman were arrested on Monday in connection to a stolen vehicle that had drugs inside of it.
The Winnipeg Police Service said Michael Desaulniers has been safely located.
St. Boniface voters will be heading to the polls Tuesday for the provincial by-election.
RCMP said a pickup truck belonging to a missing St. Clements-area senior has been located.
A fire located near the Manitoba-Ontario border is causing smoky conditions in the Kenora, Ont. area.
A Brandon pet owner is facing several charges under the city’s animal control bylaw after their two dogs got loose and attacked another dog.
Two men were taken to hospital after a large fight broke out between two separate groups on Sunday night, according to the Winnipeg Police Service.
Cocaine, pills, cash and a rifle were seized along with ammunition and drug paraphernalia during a raid in Opaskwayak Cree Nation on July 11, RCMP said Tuesday.