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Some Manitobans wake up to snow-covered lawns on 1st day of fall
While Environment Canada hasn't seen any reports of heavy snow in the province, it is possible that overnight lows that dropped below the freezing mark caused some light snow in some areas, the weather agency says.
Shoal Lake 40's Freedom Road hits major milestone as construction reaches Trans-Canada Highway
Construction on the road which will provide all-season access to Shoal Lake 40 First Nation has reached a major milestone.
$154M plan with federal government step toward self-government for Métis: Manitoba Metis Federation
A plan that includes $154 million in federal government funding for the Manitoba Metis Federation is just the beginning of a transformational process advancing reconciliation between Canada and the Métis people, MMF president David Chartrand says.
What is 'high?' Workplace inebriation a grey area for employers ahead of legal pot, experts say
With less than a month until federal legislation makes recreational cannabis legal in Canada, experts say gaps in understanding about the drug and impairment remain the biggest challenge facing employers preparing for the change.
Humboldt survivor meets his new teammate, Winnipeg-trained service dog
Amid snuggles, smiles and a dog-sized hug, Graysen Cameron and his new service dog Chase got acquainted Friday in Edmonton.
Man taken to hospital following early morning assault in downtown Winnipeg
Racist experiences prompted Billy-Ray Belcourt to write poetry, then he won the Griffin Poetry Prize
International researchers shocked by cancellation of Ontario's basic income pilot project
Trapped train workers probably couldn't send distress signal: rail expert
Bombers end 4-game losing streak with victory over Alouettes
'They want our help': Child advocate blasts Manitoba's mental health, addiction supports
Former Weston School student wonders if his cancer linked to lead levels in soil
Crown drops breathalyzer charge in impaired-driving trial of Winnipeg officer
Brian Bowman pledges to create human rights committee by consolidating 3 others, welcome newcomers
Family of Brian Sinclair, who died during 34-hour ER wait, says racism still an issue
Pumpkins, puppets and ghostly radio: 3 Manitoba entertainment picks for Sept. 21-23
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