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A heap of stolen bicycles was recovered in Portage la Prairie on Thursday when a traffic stop led police to a bounty of stolen property.
Winnipeg Jets winger Patrik Laine isn't concerned about his contract as he enters the final year of his entry-level deal.
Medical students are sometimes powerless if they try to speak up against their superiors, a university ethicist says, after a Winnipeg oncologist was disciplined because of "flagrantly unprofessional" intimate relationships that he pursued with two students.
Sidelined after the first game of the season, Ryan Lankford will sub for an injured slotback Weston Dressler Friday night as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers host the Ottawa Redblacks.
About 100 people travelled 480 kilometres from Mosakahiken Cree Nation to protest the condition of a highway that runs from their northern Manitoba community.
Hundreds of nostalgic boomers and hipster glampers have taken over exhibition grounds just outside Winnipeg to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Boler trailer - and in many cases, the owners are as quirky as their campers.
A community arena in Winnipeg is being renamed after a famed NHL goaltender who died just months after he helped his team win the Stanley Cup.
A First Nation powwow dancer returned to Portage la Prairie, Man., this week to personally thank the man who returned his lost regalia.
Transcona Coun. Russ Wyatt reappeared at city hall on Thursday and declared he remains uncertain whether he will run for office again.
There were more helping hands than Clara Bignell expected out on the waters of the Burntwood River on Wednesday, but searchers were unable to turn up any sign of her missing mother.
Dozens of kilometres from where a protest camp has been staged, Enbridge revelled in the construction of its massive and controversial pipeline replacement project in Manitoba.
The group campaigning to reopen Portage and Main to pedestrians hopes to raise $100,000 to get their message out.
Manitoba could be at risk of compromised air quality for the rest of August as wildfires continue to burn in British Columbia, says a meteorologist with Environment Canada.
Aretha Franklin, the Memphis-born singer known as the Queen of Soul, died Thursday of advanced pancreatic cancer at age 76.
Three patrons stabbed outside an Exchange District nightclub last month are suing an adjacent lounge and the bouncer police have charged in connection with the attack.
A Winnipeg oncology doctor has been stripped of his medical licence for six months after he tried to engage in a "flagrantly unprofessional" sexual relationship with two of his students at the University of Manitoba.
Police are asking the public's help in locating Alpha Bah, who was last seen in Winnipeg on Monday night, July 13.