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Defenceman Josh Morrissey scored 41 seconds into overtime to lift the Winnipeg Jets to a 5-4 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday.
A Winnipeg woman is warning online shoppers to be cautious about deliveries, after someone stole a package from her front door within half an hour of its delivery over the weekend.
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is accusing the federal government of sowing dysfunction by jeopardizing the economic development of the provinces.
The chief of Sagkeeng First Nation has confirmed the school's former principal is the same person charged by RCMP in a double homicide.
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 them.
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 claims she charged while she was a union employee, a Manitoba court heard Thursday.
Dozens of bomb threats — all believed to be hoaxes — were reported in major cities across Canada and the United States on Thursday.
A Manitoba man has been sentenced to time in jail after assaulting the same police officer twice in less than six months.
After seven consecutive years of improving recycling performance, the Recycle Everywhere program has seen its first drop in beverage container recover rates according to their 2017 annual report.
An Altona woman has been charged with fraud for allegedly making false claims for respite care for her two foster children.
Clayton Sandy believes new provincial funding can help bust the myths some non-Indigenous people hold about his culture.
Two men have been charged after a woman was shot and residents of an entire rooming house were robbed and held hostage at gunpoint for several hours in the North Point Douglas Wednesday.
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 numerous times during her life.
For over three decades, Brian Sanderson gave to the children of Winnipeg, donning a red suit and white beard to help spread Santa's joy. Now Winnipeggers are being asked to give back in his name.
The Manitoba Court of Appeal has awarded a Winnipeg used car dealership more than $10,000 in damages to be paid by a towing company, after it says a "comedy of errors" led to the sale of an unclaimed BMW by the towing company without the owner's knowledge.
A Winnipeg woman is crying foul over WestJet's baggage fees after being charged the same dollar amount — but in different currencies — on her way to, and back from, a U.S. golfing trip.