Victim, father handcuffed in court kerfuffle after man acquitted in shooting involving stolen RCMP gun
A teenage shooting victim and her father were led from the Court of Queen's Bench in handcuffs on Thursday after a suspect accused of shooting the girl with an RCMP officer's stolen gun was acquitted on all charges. Morevideo
The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear the long-running case of a hockey referee who was seriously injured during a minor-league game in Manitoba.
An employee of a contractor working for Manitoba Hydro died early Wednesday morning after being injured on a job site near Gillam, Man.
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The Ice Castles attraction at The Forks is a winter wonderland, especially when lit up at night. CBC used a drone to get aerial footage of it.Watch 0:49
The Winnipeg-based call centre 24-7 Intouch will open a fourth location in the city in the 140,000-square-foot building on St. James Street, which will be subdivided and include Winners and HomeSense stores.
Winnipeg's new code of conduct for city council may resemble the old code in broad strokes but it contains key enhancements, especially around enforcement of rules, says the city's integrity commissioner.video
CBC Investigates 'Holy mackerel': Former WFPS chief questions why current chief went to 36 conferences since 2014
Winnipeg fire-paramedic chief John Lane traveled to 36 conferences outside Manitoba since taking on the job in early 2014. On more than one occasion his airfare and accommodations were paid for by a firefighters’ union so that he can tout the city’s fire-EMS model. A number his predecessor found surprising.
Video posted on Facebook shows Winnipeg Police Service officers using a Taser to subdue a man outside a Tim Hortons after they got a call that he might have a gun.video
A 25-year-old Bancroft, Ont., man is facing charges after allegedly shooting a young girl with a BB gun loaded with Q-Tips.
The city and province touted Winnipeg's cheap business market as the "best choice" for Amazon's second headquarters, but the e-commerce giant obviously doesn't agree.
'Falling through the cracks': Tragic death sparks program to help people adjust to late-life challenges
The daughter of Cathy Curtis has spearheaded a new program with the Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba aimed to fill a gap in services for people between 50 and 70 years old struggling with mental health issues.
John Sauder, CBC's meteorologist in Manitoba, keeps track of weather moving across the province.
Costly efforts to reduce toxic algae blooms on Lake Winnipeg by controlling nitrogen flowing into the water could have little to no impact, according to results of a decades-long study.
CBC Investigates 'Gap in the system': Winnipeg man, once found unsuitable to sell securities, was able to sell life insurance
A former Winnipeg life insurance agent was allowed to keep selling insurance after he was found unsuitable for selling securities, in a case that an investor advocate says points to gaps in the regulatory system.video
Mayor Brian Bowman's executive policy committee voted unanimously Wednesday to ask Winnipeg's city auditor to begin an review of the Sterling Lyon extension project immediately.
Reconciliation act isn't just 'window dressing,' Metis Federation argues in call for judicial review
The Manitoba Metis Federation says the Path to Reconciliation Act is a "game changer" that could push the province to reinstate a funding cut to its health department, court heard on Wednesday.
Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman said an agreement made by the previous administration requiring the city to pay 60 per cent of the salary and benefits of firefighter union president Alex Forrest should be nixed immediately.
A 37-year-old man previously convicted of manslaughter after a house fire left a teenager dead was sentenced this week to more time behind bars for drug trafficking.
Winnipeg city council's executive policy committee has voted to sell the Vimy Arena to the province so the property can be turned into a long-term recovery centre for men suffering with addictions.video
What about the squash? Female player weighs in on debate over men's-only Winnipeg Squash Racquet Club
A woman who successfully fought to become a member of a historically men-only club says the Winnipeg Squash Racquet Club needs to follow suit and drop its own century-old rule excluding women.video
The knotted signs of an infestation were discovered last fall, and on Wednesday Winnipeg forestry crews found their first emerald ash borer beetle larva tucked beneath the bark of a St. Boniface tree.
Pot isn't legal yet, and Winnipeg police appear to have made that fact loud and clear after raiding two dispensaries last week.video
The former chief of the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service says he tried to end a deal made by his predecessor that required the city to pay the full salary and benefits of firefighter union president Alex Forrest.readcomments video
A $15,000 scholarship in the late Tara Roe's honour has been established by Robertson College in Calgary to pay tribute to her interest in working with people with autism.
Restoration work on two of Winnipeg's oldest commercial buildings has yielded surprises, like the trunk of a pine tree serving as one of the structural columns.
The Manitoba Liberal Party has paid off its debt from the 2016 provincial election, and is going to start paying its new leader a salary of $50,000 a year.
The Forks river skating trail could reach a distance this winter that it hasn't achieved in nearly a decade.
A taxi driver in Brandon, Man., escaped uninjured after a passenger pulled a knife and threatened to kill him early Wednesday morning, police say.
Canada's biggest lenders have raised their prime lending rates on the same day that the country's central bank moved its benchmark interest rate 25 points higher.
The Manitoba government has announced $150,000 in funding for training focused on preventing sexual violence.
A Conservative Manitoba member of Parliament says new rules for organizations seeking government funding to hire summer students are discriminatory and will result in fewer jobs for students.
Proponents of a new drug recovery centre say as the mayor and his inner circle meet Wednesday, they are optimistic about the project's future.
A handful of Manitoba Moose players stopped by the Azaransky household in West St. Paul, Man., on Tuesday to test out the family's massive, award-winning backyard hockey rink.video
A Winnipegger who hoped to use and drive for Uber upon its arrival in Winnipeg is up in arms over a Manitoba Public Insurance plan that could block the ride-hailing app’s arrival in the province.video
A former chair of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce says it's about time that men-only clubs open their doors to women.
Manitoba agriculture minster not worried about NAFTA uncertainty, despite slow investment in hog barns
Manitoba needs to open up 40 more hog barns in order to meet demand for pork, but uncertainty surrounding North American free trade could be holding some producers back, according to Manitoba's agriculture minister.
Daryl Doubleday, manager of solid waste, is leaving his position to accept "another opportunity," the city said Tuesday.
About 350 people headed to St. Mary's Cathedral Tuesday to view the severed forearm and hand of St. Francis Xavier - the right forearm, to be specific, said to have baptized tens of thousands of Catholic converts.video
Up for some winter carving? This year your choices are snow, ice, wood — and cheddar cheese.
With third Kaitlyn Lawes bound for the Winter Olympics, Jennifer Jones has recruited Shannon Birchard to join her team at the upcoming Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
A Brazilian tourist has discovered what Winnipeggers already know: Winnipeg is a truly unique city that "can only be in Canada."video
A Winnipeg man's home is ruined after an early morning blaze ripped through his St. Vital house Tuesday.
Award-winning powwow photograph at Canadian Museum for Human Rights shows 'symbol of hope,' says photographer
Melanie Gray won the CMHR's People's Choice Award for her photo The Next Generation.
A patient went to a nursing station with jaundice and in respiratory distress, was sent by air ambulance to a regional health centre, waited 3.5 hours to see a doctor then died after another transfer to a tertiary care hospital.
The driver of a stolen car that crashed into a Winnipeg Transit bus earlier this month has died.
Ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir will make history on Feb. 9, becoming the first woman and man — and first duo, period — to carry the Canadian flag into an Olympic opening ceremony.readcomments video
Police are asking the public to help them locate a suspect wanted in connection with the fatal beating of a Winnipeg man in August.
RCMP have found a 17-year-old boy from Thompson, Man., who hadn't been seen for more than a week.
'We're not hitting the panic button': City unsure how China's recycling ban will affect local programs
An import ban in China on most foreign recyclable materials has caused paper and plastic products to build up in depots across Canada and the U.S., but City of Winnipeg officials would not say whether this will affect the cityvideo
An arbitration process has ruled that the face masks worn by Winnipeg police don’t offer enough protection from drugs such as fentanyl and carfentanil.
Manitoba's Public Utilities Board approved a new insurance plan that would cover drivers for ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft.
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