With a 'Delta-driven' fourth wave on the horizon, doctors say Canadians need to vaccinate, test, trace and isolate to flatten the curve.
The province is cautioning Manitobans to protect themselves against West Nile virus this summer.
Canada's Andre De Grasse has claimed the bronze medal in the men's 100 metres for the second straight Olympics.
The large fibreglass sphere that sits in a Winnipeg front yard isn't a piece of lawn art but a space-age remnant of decades past.
Kenora police are investigating a death on Friday as suspicious.
During an already tough growing season, farmers in the Rural Municipality of St. Clements are dealing with another issue involving people destroying crops.
A 19-year-old was shot at a community centre in St. Vital in the early morning hours of Friday.
A Manitoba man who three years ago reclaimed a small-secluded beach on the Crown land shores of St. Malo Lake wants answers after learning the province may have plans to turn it into a parking lot.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced Friday that Montreal-based Nature's Touch Frozen Food is recalling various brands of frozen mangoes because they may be contaminated with the hepatitis A virus.
Due to changes in the province's schedule and a holiday Monday, the next COVID-19 update will be on Tuesday.
Winnipeg police have arrested a man in connection with a fatal homicide on Wednesday.
A three-storey apartment fire in Winnipeg’s West Alexander area left multiple residents without a place to sleep.
Disappointment and frustration from First Nations evacuees in Winnipeg have prompted a man in the city to hit the kitchen and start cooking traditional meals for evacuees.
A Winnipeg man is raising concerns about accessibility in Winnipeg after one intersection in the city had the wrong auditory signals being used.
Manitoba’s premier and top doctor are set to make an announcement on Tuesday, Aug. 3 regarding the province’s public health orders.
A drought emergency has been declared for a large portion of southern Manitoba.
Manitoba RCMP is asking Manitobans to obey highway closures due to northern wildfires.
Two travellers who arrived in Toronto from the United States have been fined for providing fake COVID-19 proof of vaccination documents and lying about pre-departure tests.
A Winnipeg doctor is weighing on the loosening of restrictions in Alberta, saying it seems “quite unwise” considering their rising COVID-19 case numbers.
While lumber prices have plunged in recent weeks, industry experts say increased demand and limited supply will keep the cost of softwood lumber above pre-pandemic levels for years to come.
Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman wants Premier Brian Pallister to say sorry for comments he made three weeks ago about Canada’s history.