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Environment Canada has announced that a tornado touched down Thursday evening, near Alexander, Man.
Many parents and teachers are happy with the new rule about wearing masks in school, but some feel it doesn't go far enough.
Manitoba health officials have broken down the health districts where COVID-19 cases can be found in the province.
The province has announced 25 new cases of COVID-19, many of which are a part of a growing COVID cluster in Brandon.
The City of Brandon says one of its employees has tested positive for COVID-19.
At a time when child care is top of mind for many Manitoba families, early childhood educators are voicing concern about proposed changes to regulations.
The Manitoba government has announced more details on what back to school will look like for kids in September.
The Transportation Safety Board says a section of track where a passenger train derailed in Manitoba late last year had existing defects.
The number of international travellers arriving by air has surged to the highest levels since mid-March, according to the newest numbers out of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA).
An 18-year-old man is facing several charges after an officer in Thompson, Man. was sprayed in the face with bear spray Wednesday night.
From concerns about class sizes to contracting COVID-19, some parents across Canada will not be sending their children back to school this fall.
Winnipeg police are searching for a suspect after an armed robbery and sexual assault of a teenager early Tuesday morning in the city’s North End.
The Winnipeg Police Service’s Major Crimes Unit is investigating after a woman was seriously assaulted in the city’s South Point Douglas neighbourhood on Thursday.
The University of Manitoba says an internal investigation found an employee mismanaged funds at the university, and may have directed others to do so.
A Winnipeg restaurant has to pay more than $10,000 in fines for allegedly breaking public health orders a second time.
The RCMP and Manitoba First Nation Police Service (MFNPS) are investigating after human remains were found outside a community near the U.S. border.
Almost all of Red Lake, Ont.'s 4,000 residents have left their homes as an uncontrolled forest fire pushes even closer to the remote community.
After three years of road construction, the new Empress Street overpass, which included rehabilitation and the creation of a new cycling and pedestrian route, is now open.
The Manitoba government announced on Thursday it’s investing $3.6 million so more Manitobans can benefit from homeownership and affordable housing.
A decades-old University of Manitoba tradition is coming to an end after the school decided to sell the president's home.
People are remembering a 27-year-old man from Steinbach, Man., killed in what RCMP have described as a “horrendous, vile and senseless crime.”