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As Manitoba fights one of Canada's highest tuberculosis rates, researchers say better data offers an antidote - CBC News
As Manitoba fights one of Canada's highest tuberculosis rates, researchers say better data offers an antidote  CBC News

In a province with the highest rates of active tuberculosis in Canada, researchers say more data and better tracking of the potentially deadly disease could help ...




Health Canada recalls some Manitoba pot products sold in Saskatchewan - CTV News
Health Canada recalls some Manitoba pot products sold in Saskatchewan  CTV News

Health Canada has issued a recall of two strains of cannabis sold in three stores in Saskatchewan.




Canada will lead world in plant protein - Manitoba Co-operator
Canada will lead world in plant protein  Manitoba Co-operator

Murad Al-Katib believes there are tremendous opportunities for Canadian agriculture on the world stage
The president and CEO of Regina-based AGT Food ...




Winnipeg getting another MLA, as Manitoba ridings redrawn for next provincial election - CBC.ca
Winnipeg getting another MLA, as Manitoba ridings redrawn for next provincial election  CBC.ca

Manitoba's political parties will have another riding in Winnipeg to fight over, after an independent body drew up new boundaries for nearly all of the province's ...




2019 Canada Food Price Report: Meat prices to decline - Manitoba Co-operator
2019 Canada Food Price Report: Meat prices to decline  Manitoba Co-operator

Canadian households are going to pay more for food next year, but for the agriculture industry the telling point is what they'll be spending their money.




Manitoba homes rank 2nd highest in Canada for radon contamination - Global News
Manitoba homes rank 2nd highest in Canada for radon contamination  Global News

Manitoba has the second highest rate of radon in homes across Canada
Officials are urging residents to test for the odourless and tasteless gas in your home.




Nearly entire southern half of Manitoba covered in fog - The Weather Network
Nearly entire southern half of Manitoba covered in fog  The Weather Network

It looks pretty out there with all the hoar frost and Christmas lights, even though you might not be able to see much of it
Much of Winnipeg, like most of southern ...




Manitoba overdose deaths down, but opioids hospitalizing Brandonites twice as often as Winnipeggers: reports - CBC.ca
Manitoba overdose deaths down, but opioids hospitalizing Brandonites twice as often as Winnipeggers: reports  CBC.ca

Hospitalizations due to opioid poisoning continue to rise nationwide, but it's smaller cities, around the size of Brandon, Man., that are the hardest hit, a new ...




Manitoba paramedics 1st in Canada to offer new medication for meth users - CBC News
Manitoba paramedics 1st in Canada to offer new medication for meth users  CBC News

Paramedics in Manitoba will become the first in Canada to give meth users olanzapine to reduce the risk of psychosis
The provincial government will permit ...




Homicide rate in Manitoba among the highest in Canada: StatCan - CTV News
Homicide rate in Manitoba among the highest in Canada: StatCan  CTV News

A new report out of Statistics Canada shows that Manitoba had one of the highest homicide rates in the country in both 2016 and 2017.




Farm Credit Canada backs industry mental health push - Manitoba Co-operator
Farm Credit Canada backs industry mental health push  Manitoba Co-operator

You wouldn't dream of trying to feed the world on your own, so why carry the weight of the world on your own shoulders?? That's Cynthia Beck, a suicide.




The governments of Canada and Manitoba improve access to treatment for people with substance use disorders - Canada NewsWire
The governments of Canada and Manitoba improve access to treatment for people with substance use disorders  Canada NewsWire

WINNIPEG, Dec
7, 2018 /CNW/ - The opioid crisis continues to devastate individuals, families and communities across Canada
In Manitoba, a significant ...




1st Amish settlement west of Ontario prepares for Prairie winter in quiet Manitoba town - CBC News
1st Amish settlement west of Ontario prepares for Prairie winter in quiet Manitoba town  CBC News

Months after the first Amish families in Manitoba started arriving in the town of Vita, the sight of their horse-drawn buggies rolling down the highway still draws ...




Manitoba ER wait times most improved in Canada, but still one of the worst - Global News
Manitoba ER wait times most improved in Canada, but still one of the worst  Global News

The Canadian Institute for Health Information has new numbers
Manitoba was the only province that saw wait times decrease, but it's still the second worst in ...




Two Manitoba Party activists want judge to oust Steven Fletcher as leader - CBC.ca
Two Manitoba Party activists want judge to oust Steven Fletcher as leader  CBC.ca

Two activists with the fledgling Manitoba Party are asking the Court of Queen's Bench to remove Steven Fletcher as leader, alleging the former federal cabinet ...




'A breath of fresh air': Maxime Bernier holds 1st Manitoba rally since forming Canada's newest federal party - CBC.ca
'A breath of fresh air': Maxime Bernier holds 1st Manitoba rally since forming Canada's newest federal party  CBC.ca

The leader of Canada's newest political party was in Winnipeg Wednesday evening to speak with his supporters here for the first time since striking out on his ...




Governments of Canada and Manitoba announce agreements to give workers the tools they need to find and keep good jobs - Canada NewsWire
Governments of Canada and Manitoba announce agreements to give workers the tools they need to find and keep good jobs  Canada NewsWire

An estimated 29,000 more Manitoba workers could be eligible for services
GATINEAU, QC, Dec
5, 2018 /CNW/ - By investing directly in Canada's greatest ...




Teen placed in CFS 46 times before death by overdose; report calls her care 'very disturbing' - CBC News
Teen placed in CFS 46 times before death by overdose; report calls her care 'very disturbing'  CBC News

Manitoba's advocate for children has six recommendations for the province following the death of a 17-year-old girl in care who was sexually exploited ...




Express Entry candidates included in new Manitoba draw - Canada Immigration News
Express Entry candidates included in new Manitoba draw  Canada Immigration News

The province of Manitoba has issued 530 new invitations to apply for a provincial nomination to immigration candidates in its Skilled Workers in Manitoba and ...




Manitoba to exert tighter control over tax incentives used to build True North Square, Investors Group Field - CBC.ca
Manitoba to exert tighter control over tax incentives used to build True North Square, Investors Group Field  CBC.ca

Manitoba says it's tightening up the rules for the tax incentives that helped build projects such as Investors Group Field, True North Square and downtown ...




Manitoba's hydro mess points to Canada's larger problem with megadams - The Narwhal
Manitoba's hydro mess points to Canada's larger problem with megadams  The Narwhal

As most of the Western world moves away from large-scale hydro projects, decommissioning dams across the planet, Canada is digging in with a trio of projects, ...




Military reservists, cadets make Christmas Cheer Board deliveries - CBC.ca
Military reservists, cadets make Christmas Cheer Board deliveries  CBC.ca

Canadian Forces members and military vehicles took to the streets of Winnipeg Saturday, on a mission to bring Christmas cheer to families across the city.




U of M professor on leave, removed from federal agency after misconduct allegations - CBC.ca
U of M professor on leave, removed from federal agency after misconduct allegations  CBC.ca

A prominent University of Manitoba professor is on leave and has been suspended from a federal government agency after a series of allegations of bullying ...




Consultation can't go on 'endlessly,' says Manitoba premier, blasting federal environmental assessment bill - CBC.ca
Consultation can't go on 'endlessly,' says Manitoba premier, blasting federal environmental assessment bill  CBC.ca

Premier Brian Pallister says the federal government's move to overhaul the environmental assessment process for major resource projects could slow down ...




'Significant and complicated challenges' in northern Manitoba courts laid bare in internal government document - CBC.ca
'Significant and complicated challenges' in northern Manitoba courts laid bare in internal government document  CBC.ca

Systemic issues impeding the administration of justice in northern Manitoba have been described in unusually frank and unfiltered terms in documents obtained ...




Immigration a key element of Manitoba?s 2018-2024 labour market forecast - Canada Immigration News
Immigration a key element of Manitoba?s 2018-2024 labour market forecast  Canada Immigration News

Immigrants are expected to play an important role in Manitoba's labour market in the coming years, according to the provincial government's new seven-year ...




Canada brand needs building, protecting - Manitoba Co-operator
Canada brand needs building, protecting  Manitoba Co-operator

If Ottawa really wants to boost Canadian agri-food exports, the country needs to enhance its reputation as a supplier of sustainably produced safe food.




New immigration pathway now open for international graduates in Manitoba - Canada Immigration News
New immigration pathway now open for international graduates in Manitoba  Canada Immigration News

The Career Employment Pathway is now one of three immigration options available to international graduates of post-secondary institutions in Manitoba.




First Amish community in Manitoba preps for Prairie winter - The Weather Network
First Amish community in Manitoba preps for Prairie winter  The Weather Network

The Amish community in Vita, Man., a town of 500 people 120 km southeast of Winnipeg, is the first in Canada to settle west of Ontario, according to a professor ...




Last-ditch effort to avoid deportation fails for Manitoba family - CBC.ca
Last-ditch effort to avoid deportation fails for Manitoba family  CBC.ca

Despite an 11th-hour plea to the immigration minister, a last-ditch constitutional question to the federal court and late-night discussions about seeking sanctuary, ...




Winnipeg pastor found guilty of arranging to meet minor for sex in California - CBC.ca
Winnipeg pastor found guilty of arranging to meet minor for sex in California  CBC.ca

A California jury has found a former Winnipeg pastor guilty of arranging to meet a minor for lewd purposes, after he planned a meeting with an undercover officer ...




Manitoba's cannabis retailers hit with 6%

tax to cover 'social costs' of legalization - CBC.ca
Manitoba's cannabis retailers hit with 6%

tax to cover 'social costs' of legalization
  CBC.ca

Cannabis retailers in Manitoba will be slapped with a six per cent levy to cover the province's "social costs" of legalizing the drug
The Manitoba government ...




Manitoba throne speech promises domestic violence support, tougher drunk driving law - CBC.ca
Manitoba throne speech promises domestic violence support, tougher drunk driving law  CBC.ca

The Manitoba government announced plans to support victims of domestic violence, including the creation of a family resolution *service*, in the speech from the ...




Manitoba feeling pinch of potato shortage - CTV News
Manitoba feeling pinch of potato shortage  CTV News

Potato problems in Manitoba and across the country could cause a shortage of the starchy dinner staple.




Yellow vest rallies held in Winnipeg, protesting against Trudeau government - Global News
Yellow vest rallies held in Winnipeg, protesting against Trudeau government  Global News

Yellow vest rallies were held around Winnipeg to protest against the Trudeau government.




Legal cannabis arrives in Thompson in partnership with Manitoba First Nation - CBC.ca
Legal cannabis arrives in Thompson in partnership with Manitoba First Nation  CBC.ca

People in Thompson, Man., can now buy cannabis legally in their community.




Canada?s GG Julie Payette visits Manitoba - Winnipeg Sun
Canada?s GG Julie Payette visits Manitoba  Winnipeg Sun

Governor General Julie Payette makes first visit to Manitoba with a stop at the Legislature....




Canada's OYF: Manitoba nominees focus on regenerating farm and business - Grainews
Canada's OYF: Manitoba nominees focus on regenerating farm and business  Grainews

Brooks and Jen White, Manitoba's 2018 Outstanding Young Farmers, have set some specific goals for their grain and bison farm near Lyleton in southwest.




Manitoba francophones protest Ontario French-language service cuts - CBC.ca
Manitoba francophones protest Ontario French-language service cuts  CBC.ca

French-speaking Manitobans added their voices to others across the country protesting against government cuts to French language services Saturday.




Romaine still on Red River Co-op shelves as other Winnipeg stores pull it, fearing E
coli outbreak - CBC.ca
Romaine still on Red River Co-op shelves as other Winnipeg stores pull it, fearing E
coli outbreak
  CBC.ca

The Public Health Agency of Canada says it has not received reports of anyone in Manitoba falling ill from a recent E
coli outbreak in the country
But it won't say ...




Police in Winnipeg and across Canada investigating bomb threats - Global News
Police in Winnipeg and across Canada investigating bomb threats  Global News

The Winnipeg Police *Service* said Thursday afternoon that they're in the process of investigating a number of bomb threats that have been sent to local ...




100 places to buy cannabis? Delta 9 CEO expects more Manitoba stores as province promises 'open market' - CBC.ca
100 places to buy cannabis? Delta 9 CEO expects more Manitoba stores as province promises 'open market'  CBC.ca

If one entrepreneur has his way, Manitoba will have as many places to buy cannabis as there are stores to purchase booze
John Arbuthnot, co-founder of the ...




Manitoba officially privatizes wildfire-fighting service - CBC.ca
Manitoba officially privatizes wildfire-fighting service  CBC.ca

Manitoba has formally handed over its forest firefighting services to the private sector, including the use of its water bomber fleet.




Manitoba coalition highlights pain, need for political will, in last submissions to MMIWG Inquiry - CBC News
Manitoba coalition highlights pain, need for political will, in last submissions to MMIWG Inquiry  CBC News

The Manitoba MMIWG Coalition is one of four parties with standing from the province giving final submissions this week to the National Inquiry into missing and ...




Man killed in Saturday morning house fire in The Maples - CBC.ca
Man killed in Saturday morning house fire in The Maples  CBC.ca

One person was killed in a house fire Saturday morning in Winnipeg's Maples neighbourhood
According to a release from the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic *Service* ...




?It?s very derogatory?: Sport Manitoba open to banning use of term ?midget? - Global News
?It?s very derogatory?: Sport Manitoba open to banning use of term ?midget?  Global News

Sport Manitoba says they are encouraging the term "midget" to no longer be used in sports across the province.




Manitoba man who spent 23 years in prison has conviction quashed - CTV News
Manitoba man who spent 23 years in prison has conviction quashed  CTV News

A Manitoba man who spent 23 years in prison for first-degree murder has had his conviction quashed.




Winnipeg tech industry grows but faces possible poaching by bigger players, insiders say - CBC.ca
Winnipeg tech industry grows but faces possible poaching by bigger players, insiders say  CBC.ca

Over the past year, employment in Winnipeg's tech sector grew by almost 40 per cent, faster than most of the major Canadian tech hubs, including Vancouver, ...




Manitoba government says $3M Hydro review focused on efficiency, calls NDP's privatization warning 'baseless' - CBC.ca
Manitoba government says $3M Hydro review focused on efficiency, calls NDP's privatization warning 'baseless'  CBC.ca

Manitoba's Progressive Conservative government says a $3-million review of Manitoba Hydro's marketing and customer *service* unit is an exercise in promoting ...




No winning ticket for Friday night's $60M Lotto Max jackpot, no Manitoba prize winners - Canada.com
No winning ticket for Friday night's $60M Lotto Max jackpot, no Manitoba prize winners  Canada.com

TORONTO ? There was no winning ticket for the $60 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw.There were also 46 Maxmillions prizes of $1 million each ...




Body found near railway station in The Pas, Man
- CBC.ca
Body found near railway station in The Pas, Man.  CBC.ca

A homicide investigation is underway in The Pas after a body was found near the railway station.




5-year-old shows it's never too early to give back after raising thousands to help refugees - CBC.ca
5-year-old shows it's never too early to give back after raising thousands to help refugees  CBC.ca

A five-year-old Winnipeg girl is proving that you're never too young to make a difference after raising thousands of dollars for refugees by selling hand-made ...




U of M needs to take 'honest, hard look' at Indigenous leader position after resignation, prof says - CBC.ca
U of M needs to take 'honest, hard look' at Indigenous leader position after resignation, prof says  CBC.ca

A longtime professor of Native Studies at the University of Manitoba says the resignation of the university's vice provost of Indigenous engagement shows its ...




CBC DIY: Winnipeg artist creates elaborate movie creature costumes from garbage - CBC.ca
CBC DIY: Winnipeg artist creates elaborate movie creature costumes from garbage  CBC.ca

Winnipeg-based Indigenous artist Troy Fontaine creates elaborate costumes from garbage, recycled and reclaimed materials he finds in dumpsters
He performs ...




'Make that idea heard,' says 17-year-old Future 40 finalist who led food, toy drive for Churchill - CBC.ca
'Make that idea heard,' says 17-year-old Future 40 finalist who led food, toy drive for Churchill  CBC.ca

CBC Manitoba's second round of 2018 Future 40 finalists includes an advocate working to create safe spaces for exploited women, an 11-year-old who's met ...




New schools coming to 4 northern Manitoba First Nations - CBC.ca
New schools coming to 4 northern Manitoba First Nations  CBC.ca

Four First Nations communities in northern Manitoba will be getting new schools
After fighting for better educational facilities for more than a decade, ...




Meet a Future 40 finalist building relationships ? while he builds houses and a new Cree language app - CBC.ca
Meet a Future 40 finalist building relationships ? while he builds houses and a new Cree language app  CBC.ca

Meet the first 10 finalists in CBC Manitoba's 2018 Future 40, including a 19-year-old who's trying to preserve a traditional northern Manitoba Indigenous ...




CWRS bids hold steady in Western Canada - Manitoba Co-operator
CWRS bids hold steady in Western Canada  Manitoba Co-operator

Wheat bids in Western Canada were mixed for the week ended Nov
23, with a steady tone in Canada Western Red Spring wheat as pressure from soft U.S..




'Romaine calm,' hydroponic farm says to northern Manitoba community, we've got you covered - CBC.ca
'Romaine calm,' hydroponic farm says to northern Manitoba community, we've got you covered  CBC.ca

A Northern Manitoba First Nation hydroponic farm's entire crop of romaine lettuce is spoken for as an E
coli outbreak prompts retailers across the country to ...




Only two cautions issued to Manitoba retailers since cannabis legalized - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Only two cautions issued to Manitoba retailers since cannabis legalized  TheChronicleHerald.ca

WINNIPEG ? Manitoba's cannabis regulator says stores in the province are following the rules of legalized recreational marijuana
The Liquor, Gaming and ...




Saskatchewan, P.E.I
best spots for solar panels; not worth it in Manitoba, Quebec, NEB says - CBC.ca
Saskatchewan, P.E.I
best spots for solar panels; not worth it in Manitoba, Quebec, NEB says
  CBC.ca

Installing solar panels already makes sense for most homeowners in Saskatchewan and Ontario, but the National Energy Board says an abundance of cheap ...




Manitoba man jailed after assaulting same police officer on 2 separate occasions - CBC.ca
Manitoba man jailed after assaulting same police officer on 2 separate occasions  CBC.ca

A Manitoba man has been sentenced to time in jail after assaulting the same police officer twice in less than six months.




Governor General makes first official visit to Winnipeg - CBC.ca
Governor General makes first official visit to Winnipeg  CBC.ca

Canada's Governor General is in Winnipeg on a two-day visit ? her first time in Manitoba in an official capacity.




Unearthed worries: Frack sand mine in Manitoba draws ire from neighbours - CBC.ca
Unearthed worries: Frack sand mine in Manitoba draws ire from neighbours  CBC.ca

A massive frack sand mine proposed along the east shore of Lake Winnipeg is digging up environmental concerns from neighbours.




'A very dangerous individual': Police need help finding wanted man - CBC.ca
'A very dangerous individual': Police need help finding wanted man  CBC.ca

Winnipeg police are warning the public ? but also asking for help in finding ? a man they believe was involved in a home invasion in West Kildonan.




Top 3 things to do in Winnipeg the weekend of Dec
14-16 - CBC.ca
Top 3 things to do in Winnipeg the weekend of Dec
14-16
  CBC.ca

With the holiday season in full swing, revisit the Regency era, celebrate a unique musical talent or take in the local handiwork of fellow Winnipeggers
All things ...




'A lot of people facing potential deportation' under upcoming changes to DUI penalties: immigration lawyer - CBC News
'A lot of people facing potential deportation' under upcoming changes to DUI penalties: immigration lawyer  CBC News

Getting an impaired driving conviction is a big deal for anyone ? but for permanent and temporary residents of Canada, changes to the Criminal Code mean a ...




Salvation Army kettles allowed back into Manitoba liquor stores - CBC.ca
Salvation Army kettles allowed back into Manitoba liquor stores  CBC.ca

Salvation Army kettles will start ringing with the sounds of coins again in Manitoba liquor stores as of Friday.




Manitoba meth crisis under the microscope at federal committee hearing - CBC.ca
Manitoba meth crisis under the microscope at federal committee hearing  CBC.ca

A federal heath committee studying the nation's meth epidemic heard from officials with the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba on Thursday, who painted a ...




Union feared political controversy after former NDP staffer's fraud was uncovered: witness - CBC.ca
Union feared political controversy after former NDP staffer's fraud was uncovered: witness  CBC.ca

Union management feared a possible political blow-up three years ago, when they uncovered a series of fraudulent expenses on former union director and NDP ...




Winnipeg Harvest school breakfast program helps feed kids on weekends; Harvesting Hope raises $67,742 so far - CBC.ca
Winnipeg Harvest school breakfast program helps feed kids on weekends; Harvesting Hope raises $67,742 so far  CBC.ca

To donate to Winnipeg Harvest during CBC Manitoba's annual Harvesting Hope radiothon, please visit the Winnipeg Harvest website and select Harvesting ...




Winnipeg mail-bomber Guido Amsel gets life in prison - CBC News
Winnipeg mail-bomber Guido Amsel gets life in prison  CBC News

A man convicted of attempting to murder his ex-wife and two Winnipeg lawyers with bombs sent through the mail has been sentenced to life in prison.




Parent's little helper or shifty spy? 2 Winnipeg comedians debate the merits of Elf on the Shelf - CBC.ca
Parent's little helper or shifty spy? 2 Winnipeg comedians debate the merits of Elf on the Shelf  CBC.ca

Is Elf on the Shelf a joyous family tradition? Or a creepy scare tactic for kids?




Manitoba pumps $5.3M into boosting hip, knee, cataract surgeries, reducing wait times - CBC.ca
Manitoba pumps $5.3M into boosting hip, knee, cataract surgeries, reducing wait times  CBC.ca

Manitoba is stepping up the number of hip and knee replacements and cataract surgeries done in the province, months after a report ranked Manitoba at or near ...




Canada already plagued with -50 wind chills, major snow - The Weather Network
Canada already plagued with -50 wind chills, major snow  The Weather Network

Record breaking snowfall, record setting low temperatures, -50 wind chills, impossible driving conditions amid freezing rain and ice
Sounds like the heart of the ...




Canada Post rotating strikes continue as mail backlog piles up - CBC.ca
Canada Post rotating strikes continue as mail backlog piles up  CBC.ca

Canada Post says the clock is ticking for postal workers to accept its latest offer in an ongoing labour dispute
The Crown corporation has set a midnight deadline ...




How many drinks is too many under new impaired driving rules? - Global News
How many drinks is too many under new impaired driving rules?  Global News

Experts say it will depend on your body size and alcohol tolerance, but MADD Canada has a guide for the number of drinks it takes to exceed the impaired ...




Global Markets: Canada Goose delays China store opening - Manitoba Co-operator
Global Markets: Canada Goose delays China store opening  Manitoba Co-operator

By Commodity News *Service* Canada WINNIPEG, Dec
14, 2018 (CNS) - The following is a glance at the news moving markets in Canada and globally
Canada ...




Federal Tories poll at 57%

in Manitoba - Winnipeg Free Press
Federal Tories poll at 57%

in Manitoba
  Winnipeg Free Press

The federal Conservative Party would win a majority government if an election were held today, accor..
- Local - Winnipeg Free Press.




3 companies filling Greyhound's void in northern Manitoba thriving now, but future 'remains to be seen' - CBC.ca
3 companies filling Greyhound's void in northern Manitoba thriving now, but future 'remains to be seen'  CBC.ca

1-man operation, *service* employing former Greyhound workers among 3 bus companies driving to Thompson
CBC News · Posted: Nov 21, 2018 9:27 PM CT ...




Manitoba's Premier Pallister pitches prime minister on 'green pipeline' for hydro exports - CBC.ca
Manitoba's Premier Pallister pitches prime minister on 'green pipeline' for hydro exports  CBC.ca

If the federal government will invest billions to ship crude oil across the country, it should help finance a "green pipeline" as well, Manitoba Premier Brian ...




Fire at substation leaves thousands without power in East Kildonan - CBC.ca
Fire at substation leaves thousands without power in East Kildonan  CBC.ca

A fire at a Manitoba Hydro substation left thousands of Manitoba Hydro customers in East Kildonan in the dark Saturday night.




'Bigger pie' seen for hemp as industry evolves - Manitoba Co-operator
'Bigger pie' seen for hemp as industry evolves  Manitoba Co-operator

CNS Canada -- Canada's hemp industry will have an eventful year in 2019 as the industry expands with more processing facilities and legislative changes.




Christmas kettles no longer allowed in Manitoba liquor stores following customer complaints - CBC News
Christmas kettles no longer allowed in Manitoba liquor stores following customer complaints  CBC News

One familiar sound of the holiday season will be strikingly absent from Manitoba Liquor Marts this year
The Salvation Army has been told it is no longer allowed ...




Protest-free zones around abortion clinics could erode rights: Manitoba premier - CTV News
Protest-free zones around abortion clinics could erode rights: Manitoba premier  CTV News

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says an Opposition call to restrict protests around clinics and hospitals that provide abortion services could take away people's ...




Potential for additional arrests in St-Georges double homicide: RCMP - CBC.ca
Potential for additional arrests in St-Georges double homicide: RCMP  CBC.ca

Manitoba RCMP are looking for possible additional suspects in connection with a 2017 double homicide, a spokesperson confirmed Friday, after the former ...




Province hiring more pilots for air ambulance service on verge of privatization - CBC.ca
Province hiring more pilots for air ambulance service on verge of privatization  CBC.ca

The Manitoba government is promising to hire two new pilots for an air ambulance *service* that may have to ground its private planes if doctors refuse to work on ...




Manitoba wins Canadian mixed title - Winnipeg Free Press
Manitoba wins Canadian mixed title  Winnipeg Free Press

Assiniboine Memorial Curling Club has another banner to add to its collection after a big win from Team Manitoba at the 2019 Canadian mixed curling ...




'Something has definitely changed:' 3 bear species found in same northern Manitoba spot - CBC.ca
'Something has definitely changed:' 3 bear species found in same northern Manitoba spot  CBC.ca

A Saskatchewan scientist is telling a three bears story that has a very different ending than the familiar fairy tale
Doug Clark of the University of Saskatchewan ...




Yazidi refugee family celebrates Eid with solemn memories of loved ones - CBC.ca
Yazidi refugee family celebrates Eid with solemn memories of loved ones  CBC.ca

Four years after they were driven from their homes by ISIS, members of the Majo family gathered in Winnipeg to celebrate Eid with traditional food and dancing, ...




Hot summer, thirsty Manitobans likely reason for Recycle Everywhere's 1st drop in recovery rates: association - CBC.ca
Hot summer, thirsty Manitobans likely reason for Recycle Everywhere's 1st drop in recovery rates: association  CBC.ca

After seven consecutive years of improving recycling performance, the Recycle Everywhere program has seen its first drop in beverage container recover rates ...




Former top NDP staffer blamed gambling addiction for fraudulent union expense claims, witness says - CBC.ca
Former top NDP staffer blamed gambling addiction for fraudulent union expense claims, witness says  CBC.ca

An official who worked as a top aide to former Manitoba premier Greg Selinger blamed a gambling addiction for thousands of dollars in fraudulent expense ...




Manitoba drivers face 1.8 per cent insurance rate increase - CBC.ca
Manitoba drivers face 1.8 per cent insurance rate increase  CBC.ca

The Public Utilities Board ordered a rate increase on Monday for basic compulsory motor vehicle insurance with Manitoba Public Insurance, effective March 1.




Manitoba high school principal charged with two counts of first-degree murder - Prince George Citizen
Manitoba high school principal charged with two counts of first-degree murder  Prince George Citizen

POWERVIEW, Man
? A man who worked as the principal of Sagkeeng high school northeast of Winnipeg has been charged with two counts of first-degree ...




Province unveils expanded mental-health unit at Victoria General Hospital - CBC.ca
Province unveils expanded mental-health unit at Victoria General Hospital  CBC.ca

Winnipeg's health authority believes it can do a better job delivering mental-health services by centralizing emergency care at three hospitals ? and now they'll ...




Dozer the 'gentle giant' from Manitoba has a full inch on Knickers the steer - CBC.ca
Dozer the 'gentle giant' from Manitoba has a full inch on Knickers the steer  CBC.ca

When Karl Schoenrock saw the viral photo of Knickers, a six foot four inches tall steer, towering over a herd of cattle, he decided to bust out the measuring tape.




Grammy-nominated violinist James Ehnes credits Manitoba hometown for musical rise - CBC.ca
Grammy-nominated violinist James Ehnes credits Manitoba hometown for musical rise  CBC.ca

Growing up in Brandon, Man., James Ehnes would pretend he was a hot-shot violinist touring in concert halls around the world and racking up awards.




Moo-ve over viral Australian cow: Manitoba farm sanctuary's 'Dozer' even taller - CTV News
Moo-ve over viral Australian cow: Manitoba farm sanctuary's 'Dozer' even taller  CTV News

A Manitoba farm sanctuary is inviting people to meet a gentle giant after a photo of an Australian steer towering over other cows went viral.




Hometown heroes: mapping out the birthplaces of every current Canadian NHL player - CTV News
Hometown heroes: mapping out the birthplaces of every current Canadian NHL player  CTV News

CTVNews.ca has crunched NHL roster data to find out what provinces dominate the league and what its most Canadian teams are.




Remains found of Manitoba woman who vanished more than three years ago - The Globe and Mail
Remains found of Manitoba woman who vanished more than three years ago  The Globe and Mail

Thelma Krull left her home to go for a walk on the morning of July 11, 2015, and never came back.




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