WARNING: This story contains details that may be disturbing. The Winnipeg Police Service is asking the public for any information regarding the homicide of a woman who died of severe burns.
Advance voting begins on Monday for the Manitoba municipal election coming up on Oct. 26.
Ringo Starr won’t be coming to Winnipeg this week after being diagnosed with COVID-19.
Canada’s prairie premiers and two United States governors are calling for the restoration of pre-pandemic hours at land border crossings.
A new survey finds Canadians are less angry than they were in the summer but there are still some topics that are a thorn in people’s sides.
The Winnipeg Police Service is investigating a homicide after a man was found unresponsive in the city’s West End over the weekend.
Visitors to Assiniboine Park can now learn more about the history of Canada's residential schools at a newly-erected totem pole gifted to the Southern Chiefs Organization (SCO).
Quebecers will cast their ballots on Oct. 3, with the incumbent Coalition Avenir Quebec expected to win another majority government. With less than four weeks left in the election campaign, here's how the race — and the results — could affect the rest of Canada.
A traffic stop in Brandon, Man., on Thursday resulted in the seizure of a rifle and about 30 grams of meth.
Ukrainian troops pushed forward Monday with their offensive that has embarrassed Moscow, with Kyiv officials and foreign observers hinting at new gains in the strategic southern region of Kherson that the Kremlin wants to annex.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a plunge this weekend when he decided to throw caution to the wind and go bungee jumping just outside of the Ottawa area on Sunday.
Quebecers are casting their votes Monday after a five-week election campaign. Incumbent premier Francois Legault's CAQ party has held a comfortable lead since the campaign began, but the battle for second has been tight between the four main opposition parties: Liberals, Quebec solidaire, Parti Quebecois and Conservative Party of Quebec.
A family doctor and other researchers are asking Canadians to share their experiences with the country's primary health-care system and what they want from it, as a way to help guide future reform.
Ontario education workers such as custodians, early childhood educators and school administration staff have voted 96.5 per cent in favour of a strike, the Canadian Union of Public Employees announced Monday.
7-year-old Dominic D'Andrea has donated his entire piggy bank to help the victims of Hurricane Ian.