CBC | Manitoba News
Police in Altona, Man., issued a warning and fine to a driver after he was found with cannabis in his vehicle less than an hour after it became legal in Canada on Wednesday.
Mounties patrolling a checkstop at Cree Road and Deerwood Drive in Thompson say they became suspicious early Thursday morning when they noticed a SUV turn away from them.
Two people are dead after a boat capsized on Lake of the Woods earlier this week, and OPP continue to search for a third person.
Cannabis retailer Delta 9 says if the current pace sales keeps up, they and other sellers in Manitoba could run out of supply in a week.
The provincial government is committing to an independent review of two Manitoba Hydro megaprojects that have been plagued by substantial cost overruns.
It's like Mother Nature finally feels guilty about the lousy weather she's dumped on us this fall, so she's throwing us a bone and bringing summer back.
Family and friends of a missing Portage La Prairie woman will mark the 10-year anniversary of her disappearance with a candlelight vigil in Portage la Prairie Thursday evening.
"Indigenous women were were not treated with the respect and dignity they deserve," said Danny Smyth.
St. James voters have a choice between two incumbents, one a close ally to Brian Bowman, the other a vocal opponent of the mayor, when they mark their ballots Wednesday.
People caught trying to go through court security with cannabis used to face arrest or be charged with possession. Now that it's legal, security staff will just seize weed, as they do with alcohol.
No fewer than 15 city council candidates are either supported by labour entities or are backing mayoral candidates. Here's where their allegiances lie.
CBC News spoke to numerous people who worked at the Manitoba Legislature in various roles, including cabinet ministers, who said it was widely acknowledged that the Emerson MLA made inappropriate comments directed at women.
A Winnipeg woman who uses a wheelchair says an upsetting encounter with a motorist highlights the way people with disabilities face more than just physical barriers in their daily lives.
A Manitoba solar energy company has offered a $1,000 reward for anyone who can help solve the mystery of who stole more than 100 solar panels from a work site over the weekend.
After a 40-year prohibition from entering the United States for the misdeed of carrying an ounce of pot, Gary Jones doesn't imagine his life changing if his criminal record was wiped out.
One hour after pot was legalized, Winnipeg police issued their first ticket for consuming cannabis in a car.
For a product with a reputation for inducing tranquility, cannabis certainly caused a lot of buzz on Wednesday.