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A Steinbach business owner has successfully located the family of two soldiers connected to a 102-year-old letter found in a pile of papers.
The instructions for a CFS review into the safety of and well-being of 407 children in foster homes run by a for-profit agency were never written down, according to information obtained through a Freedom of Information request.
A Manitoba government spokesperson confirms former B.C. premier Gordon Campbell will no longer take part in a review of Manitoba Hydro project cost overruns.
Federal investigators say CN railcars that spilled crude after derailing on farm land in western Manitoba were upgraded tankers.
A train carrying petroleum struck a gravel truck Tuesday that was trying to cross an intersection near Westbourne, about 110 kilometres west of Winnipeg.
An Indigenous leader and mentor at the centre of a multi-billion-dollar lawsuit against the federal government over Indian Day Schools has died.
The Indian and Metis Friendship Centre was recently ruined by vandals, but the North End fixture will likely reopen again — just maybe not at its current location, and preferably with input from the Bear Clan, patrol co-founder James Favel says.
Winnipeg Jets defenceman Dustin Byfuglien will miss the team's three-game road trip this week because of a lower-body injury, coach Paul Maurice confirmed on Tuesday.
Three Winnipeg stores have had their tobacco sales licences pulled, nearly 50,000 cigarettes seized and five people charged under provincial tax laws for allegedly selling contraband and stolen cigarettes.
Winnipeg is holding off on a proposed water-and-sewer rate hike this year as a gambit to pry more sewage-treatment money out of the provincial and federal governments.
A study of Manitoba women who gave birth to children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder says current levels of prenatal care don't go far enough.
Payless Shoes is going into creditor protection in the U.S. and Canada, and will likely close its about 2,500 stores in North America.
Emerson MLA Cliff Graydon says the electoral divisions boundaries commission is discarding history by changing his riding's name.
The Forks wants to purchase the downtown surface-parking lot known as Parcel 4 from the city this year as a prelude to the development of the Railside land.
Palliative Manitoba is looking for volunteers to knit "warm memories" scarves for 200 children and teens who have lost a significant person in their lives.
The Manitoba government is calling for the dismissal of a $50-million lawsuit against the province alleging widespread abuse took place over decades at the Manitoba Developmental Centre in Portage la Prairie, Man.
The mother of a 12-year-old Winnipeg boy with a heart transplant is urging people to vaccinate their kids to protect the lives of vulnerable children like her son.
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