John Robertson says spongee is a Winnipeg "cult." Morevideo
As Star Wars: The Last Jedi opens in theatres, Christober Wiebe, a professor at the University of Winnipeg and Canada Research Chair in quantum materials discovery, looked into a phenomenon in modern physics that resembles the Force.video
Canadians were supposed to be freed from cellphone unlocking fees come Dec. 1, but some with a Bell-locked phone have found they've had to fight for their freedom.
One of the internet's greatest attributes is its potential to be a democratizing tool. But everyone needs to have access to it, and currently, too many people don't, including women, children, marginalized people and Indigenous populations.
The owners of Winnipeg’s two largest taxicab companies are suing the province and are a seeking an injunction to stop Bill 30, The Local Vehicles for Hire Act.video
Councillors in Gimli, Man. have voted no to allowing the retail sale of pot in the community.
Mayor Brian Bowman says he remains confident in the abilities of his chief administrative officer in the wake of concerns about the city's handling of the Sterling Lyon Parkway extension.
Science experiments created by students from two Winnipeg schools are blasting off into space.
Three Manitoba First Nations are joining forces to help establish a cannabis distribution network in the province.video
A northern Manitoba community banded together and has a new outdoor hockey rink and curling lane, just days after a fire tore through the local recreational centre.
'Too late' for federal compensation for Winnipeg family of woman put through CIA-funded brainwashing
The family of Velma Orlikow likely won't get compensation from the federal government after she was subject to brainwashing experiments funded by the CIA.video
It’s probably the only time a shopping mall in Winnipeg will be compared to New York’s John F. Kennedy airport in 1964, but for Filipino-American comic Jo Koy, the two weren’t that far off this week.video
The first-ever ice road to the remote community, about 1,000 kilometres north of Winnipeg, has been completed and is ready for sleighs full of goods to be shipped in before Christmas.
Winston George Thomas, 40, is considered a high risk to reoffend in a sexually violent manner against women and girls, said information from the Manitoba Integrated High Risk Sex Offender Unit (MIHRSOU), a joint forces unit of the Winnipeg Police Service and the RCMP.
The agreement, which still has to be approved by a U.S. district court in Montana, would see Canada Drugs and two subsidiaries plead guilty, pay a $5 million US fine and forfeit $29 million US.
Every week for the past four weeks someone has broken into the Hartney dump, leaving staff at the local municipality puzzled.
More than 5,000 women in rural Manitoba have to rebook appointments for their mammogram because the two vehicles with the mobile unit have mechanical problems.
Lisa Chubb, 18, was last seen at a home on Lockport Road in the rural municipality on Dec. 1 and was reported missing a few days later.
Investigators will analyze two recorders to figure out what happened aboard the ATR 42 airplane that crashed near Fond-du-Lac, Sask. late Wednesday.
After firing a gun at a house in Grand Rapid, Man., a man fled on a snowmobile, RCMP say.
Jennifer Jones and Connie Laliberte are two of the big names helping to bring an International Curling Centre of Excellence to Winnipeg.
RCMP are asking for the public's help locating a missing 16-year-old girl from Powerview, Man., believed to be in Winnipeg.
The Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg Children's Hospital is restricting visitors to neonatal intensive care units to try to reduce severe respiratory infections in babies.video
The next phase of James Avenue Pumping Station redevelopment has been given the go-ahead at city hall.
Manitoba RCMP are asking for the public to help identify some thieves who swiped three snowmobiles from a business in Gimli.
'A really good person': Winnipeg's latest homicide victim described as potential leader in the community
Family and those who knew the city’s latest homicide victim describe Jordan Thomas as an outgoing, confident and athletic young man who could have become a leader in the community.
The spiked eggnog may not be ladled out as freely this year at staff holiday parties — if at all.
More than 20 years after five young men made a 64-day canoe and kayak trip from Winnipeg to tiny Panco Lake near Hudson Bay, one of them received a Facebook message with a photo of a plaque they left behind in 1995 and the question "Is this you?"
From the outside, it looks like your classic Winnipeg character building but inside tenants of 181 Balmoral St. say its been a world of trouble.video
Winnipeg-based agriculture equipment maker MacDon Industries Ltd. is being sold for $1.2 billion to another Canadian company.
This is a tough weekend because money is tight for a lot of people around the holidays (and if it’s not for you, congrats!) so this list is on the affordable side.
Premier Brian Pallister says some hospitals in rural Manitoba will be closed or converted into personal care homes as part of the Progressive Conservative government's plan to reform health care.
A Winnipeg councillor plans to call for an audit of a project that would see a freeway run through a southwest neighbourhood. The announcement comes hours CBC News revealed senior city staff was told of plans to partly or fully expropriate nearly 100 homes as part of that project one year earlier than previously thought.video
Patrick Kane and Nick Schmaltz each had a goal and an assist as the Chicago Blackhawks extended their season-high winning streak to four games with a 5-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday.readcomments video
Known for the scenic Prairie that surrounds, civil servants in the Wheat City now seem poised to be associated with grass, too.
Manitoba's premier is committed to cutting the PST one point by the end of his first term, and says he will be transparent about how the government uses revenues from pot sales.video
Three teenagers face charges after a fatal stabbing near David Livingston School that killed one man and left another man in critical condition.
Salisbury House of Canada Ltd.’s majority owners, Earl and Cheryl Barish, have sold their shares.
They’re like an electronic butler than can help you turn up the heat, lower the lights or pick your favourite playlist, all while helping you make and decline calls like a boss without lifting a finger.video
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister calls comments he made about a prominent architect's high heels and clothing a "screw up" but he said his words were prompted by something she said to him in a prior conversation.video
You might already know Rusty: he's nearly 15 years old, he volunteers three days a week at St. Boniface Hospital and — most notably — he's a big fluffy dog wearing glasses.
Documents obtained by CBC News cast doubt on claims that senior city officials didn't know about a plan to run a freeway through a southwest Winnipeg neighbourhood.video
Winnipeg police say two people are in hospital after a man was shot inside a downtown apartment building early Thursday morning.
A doctor is warning about the risk of a disease commonly found in Central and South American countries after several members of a family in Winnipeg were diagnosed.
Thompson residents glad to have cause for celebration as preparations underway for Manitoba Winter Games
The Manitoba Winter Games, which involve nearly 2,000 athletes and up to 1,000 volunteers, are coming at a time when Thompson needs something to celebrate.video
A former Winnipeg television news director accused of robbing banks in Alberta has been granted bail.video
Audio All 25 people on crashed Saskatchewan flight 'accounted for' but some require air ambulance, RCMP say
A West Wind Aviation plane carrying 22 passengers and three crew members crashed near the Fond-du-Lac, Sask., airport shortly after takeoff early Wednesday night, according to the RCMP. Several injuries were reported, but no fatalities.video
Ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft will be able to compete with taxis in Winnipeg as soon as March 1, after city council approve a new vehicle-for-hire bylaw Wednesday.video
Olympic swimmer Chantal Van Landeghem has decided to hang up her cap and goggles and dive into a new career.
More than 100 people gathered at the Manitoba legislature Wednesday night to honour and remember the victims of the Nanking Massacre.
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