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Police search for missing Thompson man
Police in Thompson are asking for help tracking down Adrian Hyslop, 26.
Belgian man making epic 30-month trek across the Americas, starting in Nunavut last winter
Arnaud Maldague is six months into an estimated 30-month journey across the Americas, which he started Jan. 4 of this year in Kugaaruk, Nunavut, about 2,000 km north of Winnipeg.
Carr says he expected in April Canada was going to have to buy the pipeline
Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says he knew almost the moment he heard Kinder Morgan was pressing the pause button on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on April 8 that the federal government was likely going to have to buy the whole thing.
Korean War memorial going up at Kapyong
Officials have broken ground at a former military base in Winnipeg on a memorial park that pays tribute to Canadians who fought in a battle in the Korean War.
RCMP say 2 people killed on Manitoba roads Saturday
Family breaks out walking shoes for Red Shoe Crew Walk
'It means everything to me': Rideshare that connects inmates with loved ones struggles to meet demand
Prioritizing play: Splash pads, parks and wading pools are vital infrastructure, Joanne Seiff writes
Nearly half of Canada's incarcerated youth are Indigenous, according to Statistics Canada
Mini-meteorologists talk about their favourite weather moments
Advocate applauds plan to train health-care staff to deal with patients in distress rather than police
Separating children from parents: The Sixties Scoop in Canada
Two-spirit Anishinaabe dancer called to dance powwow
Bring your holey, your tired and your shabby: Brandon to gather textiles in recycling project
Osborne Village church added to heritage list despite congregation's concerns
Man missing from Tyndall Park area found, say police
Former Winnipeg radio personality facing allegations of misconduct at beloved Toronto radio station
Evacuees from Little Grand Rapids say they're excited, surprised to be going home
A look at Assiniboine Park Zoo's most exotic flying exhibit: Butterfly garden now open for the season
Streetcars shaped much of Winnipeg's growth, says young historian
At the heart of Indigenous Day Live, a knowledge keeper stokes the sacred fire
Crosswalk where boy died could use 'aggressive treatment' with half-signal, says traffic expert