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Police are investigating after two men forced their way into an elderly couple’s home in the rural municipality of St. Clements early Thursday.
Police say they seized $100,000 worth of methamphetamine and $150,000 worth of heroin mixed with fentanyl following a Wednesday traffic stop.
Manitoba’s premier says the province stands to win if it proceeds with a legal challenge against the federal government over its carbon tax.
A car-train collision in the rural municipality of Springfield sent a young man to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries on Wednesday afternoon, RCMP say.
A Winnipeg family accused of staging an anti-Semitic attack at their cafe has been facing financial troubles, including a six-figure lawsuit.
Leroy Gold is on trial in provincial court on charges of pointing a firearm and uttering threats stemming from two alleged encounters with Const. Danielle Prefontaine in 2016.
No one was injured when a medevac flight attempting an emergency landing touched down on an icy lake just short of the runway at Gillam Airport in northern Manitoba Wednesday night, the RCMP said Thursday.
CFL players have given their bargaining unit a strong endorsement heading into the next round of collective bargaining with the league.
A second person has been charged in connection with the death of a 17-year-old who was killed in what police say was a random home invasion last month.
Mayor Brian Bowman says he was contacted on his private cellphone by the lawyer representing an anonymous group that paid for private investigators to tail city building inspectors, and offered a copy of their confidential report.
A Peguis First Nation woman was struck by a truck and killed while walking along Highway 224, RCMP say.
The provincial agency responsible for Manitoba's stock of subsidized housing wants to transfer day-to-day management of 1,000 housing units to community-based organizations over the next year.
Owners of condos the city says weren't built to code in west Winnipeg have an extra year to comply with city remediation orders.
A group of Winnipeg doctors has opened a new clinic that aims to change the way urgent care is delivered in the city.
The family of a 17-year-old Manitoba girl who ended up in hospital with brain inflammation said her medical concerns were ignored and dismissed for weeks by the youth detention centre and Child and Family Services.
A female Winnipeg police officer testified Wednesday that a male colleague pointed a shotgun at her groin and said, "Boom, right in the crotch."
The Jewish family that owns a Winnipeg restaurant deny police allegations that they staged an anti-Semitic attack at the establishment last week.