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Teen found dead in The Pas was under CFS care
The father of a teenage girl found dead in The Pas Friday morning says she was a bright and caring person, but was troubled and couldn't get the help she needed.
Man killed in Saturday morning house fire in The Maples
Emergency crews were called to a home on Martell Crescent Saturday morning after receiving a 911 call about a person trapped inside a burning house.
Running back to … Moose Jaw? Guess Who frontman Burton Cummings finds new home in Sask.
After 40 years living in Los Angeles, Burton Cummings is now calling Moose Jaw, Sask., home. It doesn't have an international airport, but it's way more "sane" he says.
2nd Stella's executive fired after harassment allegations surfaced in 'Not My Stella's' campaign
The owners of Stella's Café and Bakery say they have decided to let go of regional manager Brad Burrows, who was on leave after allegations of widespread workplace harassment toward past and current employees surfaced on social media.
5-year-old shows it's never too early to give back after raising thousands to help refugees
Winnipeg's Gwen Eckstein, 5, has raised thousands of dollars for refugees by selling hand-made ornaments.
'Significant and complicated challenges' in northern Manitoba courts laid bare in internal government document
The mystery of Fred Penner's missing set pieces... SOLVED!
Winnipeg tech industry grows but faces possible poaching by bigger players, insiders say
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Winnipeg pastor found guilty of arranging to meet minor for sex in California
Potential for additional arrests in St-Georges double homicide: RCMP
Red-hot Jets get past Blackhawks in OT