A truck convoy heading to Ottawa in protest of COVID-19 vaccination mandates and pandemic restrictions rolled through Winnipeg Tuesday afternoon.
A spokesperson from Shared Health confirmed on Tuesday that there are currently 51 patients in Manitoba’s ICU with COVID-19, including two under the age of 10.
After the most recent dumping of snow in Winnipeg, the city is working to dismantle the large mounds of snow that have piled up after the streets were cleared – work that could take several weeks.
Families and advocates are calling on the province to provide more support and resources for the childcare sector that they believe is being ignored.
One Winnipeg store is missing $2,000 worth of merchandise after two guitars -- one autographed by Willie Nelson and the other by Kid Rock -- were stolen last week.
Amid a deep freeze in Winnipeg, burn barrels are being handed out to homeless encampments across the city in an effort to keep people safe and warm.
A Winnipeg woman is voicing her frustration after she says she was let go by text message from her new job at a hospital while isolating with her children who had COVID-19.
A British Columbia First Nation has announced the grim discovery of 93 potential burial sites on the grounds of a former residential school.
Manitobans will soon be paying less for their gas bills – a rate decrease is set to take effect next week.
Transport Minister Omar Alghabra is assuring Canadians there's no reason to fear food shortages will result from a small minority of truck drivers refusing to comply with a vaccine mandate in order to cross the Canada-U.S. border.
As a growing group of truckers and supporters make their way to Ottawa in a protest against vaccine mandates, experts say the rhetoric online concerning the convoy is getting increasingly worrisome.
As the global pandemic enters its third year, initiatives like Bell Let's Talk Day aims to help people of all backgrounds and age groups struggling with the mental health, especially amid the impact of COVID-19.
Economic eyes will be on the Bank of Canada this morning as the central bank is scheduled to make an announcement about its trendsetting interest rate.
Another B.C. First Nation says they have discovered 93 potential burial sites on the grounds of a former residential school.
A grandmother with a gut feeling ended up beating a scammer at his own game. Tom Walters has the details.
Jeremy Rupke in on a mission to have the most Canadian backyard around for his son's 7th birthday.
A dog that was stranded in marshland and at risk of drowning was rescued by a British crew using a drone with a special treat attached to it.
Scientists in the South Pacific have uncovered a rare stretch of pristine coral reef. Daniele Hamamdjian reports.
An Edmonton man will spend three nights in an igloo he built if he raises money for multiple sclerosis research.
Members of an Ontario glee club came together remotely to record a special version of 'O Canada.' Nicole Lampa reports.