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CBC has launched a new teaching guide to help educators talk to their students about residential schools and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 calls to action.
Wildfires burning east of Ashern, Man., moved farther north Wednesday night, pushing within a kilometre of a home and sheep farm, an area official says.
Transcona Coun. Russ Wyatt has returned to city hall following a 79-day stay in an addictions treatment facility near Gimli, Man.
More than 600 people from Little Grand Rapids and 45 from nearby Pauingassi First Nation were evacuated from the fly-in communities Wednesday, with hundreds more expected to leave Thursday as a massive fire continues to burn near the eastern Manitoba communities.
The father of a woman who died in a house fire in a northwestern Manitoba First Nation this week said relatives who escaped the fire are carrying survivor's guilt.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather advisory for parts of northern and south-central Manitoba, including Winnipeg, as high humidity and temperatures in the 30 C range are expected.
Three designs unveiled for a footbridge with the potential to become a "landmark structure" in Winnipeg.
The west Winnipeg hospital's new ER, which opens May 29, will be 38,000 square feet, more than five times the current 7,000 square feet.
Passengers on board the first military Hercules plane carrying residents from a fire-threatened Manitoba community were exhausted but relieved to be heading to safety Wednesday evening.
Students at the University of Manitoba will pay hundreds of dollars more for their tuition when they return to school in the fall.
This isn’t the first time Saskatchewan cabinet minister Ken Cheveldayoff had been in the midst of questions around tickets to a Winnipeg Jets hockey game. A few years back he was caught up in the midst of Manitoba's "Ticketgate" scandal.
Carol Ellis told the court her son, Kyllan Ellis, called her at 2 or 3 a.m. on Aug. 27, 2012, asking for a ride from the area of Main Street and Redwood Avenue.
A manager of an airline helping rescue evacuees from a fire-threatened First Nation says residents are facing panic and confusion in the midst of an evacuation that should have started sooner.
Police are crediting an observant officer with spotting the underage male accused of groping two people in downtown Winnipeg.
People who fled Sapotaweyak Cree Nation in western Manitoba due to a wildfire earlier this week describe a chaotic, stressful evacuation.
A Winnipeg worker is dead after falling from a chemical tank at the city's water treatment plant Tuesday morning.
Two men who lost all their fingers to frostbite after crossing into Canada during bitter cold temperatures have been given a new lease on life with new prosthetic hands.
A man who was diagnosed with tuberculosis as a teen has been awarded $700,000 after court ruled the hospital failed to diagnose it quickly enough.