Newscasts

March 17, 2014

  • Winnipeg man opens preschool in Kenya
  • Wireless carriers increase prices across Canada
  • Malaysia Airlines flight missing


March 3, 2014

  • New Canadians attend special citizenship ceremony
  • More women on corporate boards in Canada
  • U.S. and Russian president discuss Ukraine crisis


February 24, 2014

  • Winnipeg having coldest winter in thirty-five years
  • Connection with nature is important for children
  • Air pollution levels high in China


February 10, 2014

  • U of M international students celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Week
  • Canada opens trade office in Iraqi city
  • Record number of flights cancelled in the U.S. this winter


February 3, 2014

  • FIFA announces women's soccer match will be held in Winnipeg
  • Survey suggests more than half of Canadians contribute to RRSPs   
  • Olympics opening ceremony takes place in Sochi


January 27, 2014

  • Program in North End teaches kids how to cook
  • Lawyers and doctors challenge refugee health care cuts  
  • Countries raise interest rates to try to help economies


January 20, 2014

  • Winnipeg man competes on Masterchef Canada
  • Canadians wait longest to see their doctors   
  • Extreme El Nino weather will happen twice as often


January 13, 2014

  • Manitoba truck company hires Jamaican drivers
  • Children's development requires playtime outdoors  
  • Study says coffee helps improve memory


January 6, 2014

  • Manitoba entrepreneurs make deal on Dragon's Den
  • York University student asks not to work with women
  • Attending the Olympic Games too expensive for many Russians


December 30, 2013

  • Winter weather causes many problems in Manitoba
  • Federal government announces sponsorship application limit for 2014
  • Amount of sleep linked to brain health


December 9, 2013

  • Canada Post changes could affect food bank users in Manitoba
  • Canadian Olympic Committee sets budget
  • Cancer rates increase in developing countries


December 2, 2013

  • Former Blue Bomber to bring anti-racism message to small town
  • Temporary foreign workers accuse boss of not paying overtime
  • People worldwide mourn the death of Nelson Mandela


November 25, 2013

  • The University of Winnipeg announces new residence building
  • Exiled Tibetans move to Canada
  • Anti-government protesters gather in Thailand


November 18, 2013

  • Winnipeg students benefit from therapy dog visit
  • Record number of Canadians moving between provinces 
  • Children today less fit and less active


November 11, 2013

  • Winnipeg doctors provide free knee surgeries in Nicaragua
  • Average house price in Canada increases
  • Record number of people worldwide living with diabetes


November 4, 2013

  • Typhoon in the Philippines affects local Filipino community
  • Proposed U.S. trans fat ban could affect Canadians
  • Bangladeshi garment workers to receive pay increase


October 28, 2013

  • Manitoba film industry grows
  • Bees could be used to drop pesticides on crops
  • Toronto airport now has direct flights to Saudi Arabia


October 14, 2013

  • Justice Murray Sinclair wins peace award
  • Canada and the European Union sign free trade deal
  • Polio outbreak in Pakistan


September 30, 2013

  • Filipino foster parents allowed to keep part-Métis foster child
  • Group of Canadian women want to change O Canada lyrics
  • Exercise can be just as good as medicine


September 23, 2013

  • School trustee proposes full-day nursery and kindergarten in Winnipeg
  • Canadian population is now more than thirty-five million
  • Number of millionaires in Asia increases


September 16, 2013

  • Manitoba government to allow lower school zone speeds
  • Survey suggests one in six Canadians need mental health care
  • Mexico hit by two severe storms


September 9, 2013

  • City officials say Winnipeg's brown water is safe
  • People gather in Montreal to protest proposed Quebec charter
  • U.S. and Russia reach Syrian chemical weapons deal


June 10, 2013

  • First Bombers game at new stadium causes traffic problems
  • Quebec Soccer Federation removes ban on wearing turbans
  • Protesters gather in Turkey


June 3, 2013

  • Group holds contest to find Winnipeg's worst living conditions
  • Royal Bank increases mortgage rates
  • Areas in central Europe experience flooding


May 20, 2013

  • Winnipeg residents volunteer for cleanup
  • Eritreans in Canada want consul expelled for demanding tax payments
  • World Health Organization helps Saudi Arabia investigate virus


May 6, 2013

  • Unions say foreign workers were hired instead of Manitobans
  • Immigration minister announces changes to family reunification
  • Youth unemployment expected to increase around the world


April 29, 2013

  • Winnipeg Bangladeshi community says people should keep buying
  • Job search site releases list of top ten temporary jobs in Canada
  • Loblaw to compensate victims of collapsed factory in Bangladesh


March 18, 2013

  • Immigration to Manitoba decreases
  • Federal government announces budget
  • Stores using new technology instead of cash registers


March 11, 2013

  • Winnipeg developers seek grocery retailers for downtown area
  • Reality TV show could cause problems for refugee claimants in Canada
  • Catholics welcome new pope


March 4, 2013

  • Manitoba provincial parks to get upgrades
  • Study suggests Canadians consume too much sodium
  • Venezuelans mourn president's death


February 25, 2013

  • Penguins to come to the Assiniboine Park Zoo
  • Young Canadians share too much financial information
  • Hong Kong exhibit shows connection between China and Canada


February 18, 2013

  • International students learn about Canada through curling
  • Prime Minister announces head of Office of Religious Freedom
  • Tunisian Prime Minister announces his resignation


February 11, 2013

  • Canadian astronaut speaks to Winnipeg students from space
  • Canada will have new seatbelt rules in 2015
  • Pope Benedict announces that he will resign


February 4, 2013

  • Lake Winnipeg named Threatened Lake of 2013
  • Employers must accommodate childcare requests from employees
  • Hong Kong sees travel increase for Chinese New Year


January 28, 2013

  • University of Winnipeg holds special graduation for Haitian students
  • Canadian government announces more financial aid for Mali  
  • Camp in Jordan overflowing with Syrian refugees


January 21, 2013

  • MPI says don't plug cars in if they are kept in garages
  • Governments will fund Toyota hybrid car manufacturing in Canada
  • Women allowed to take on combat roles in the U.S. military


January 14, 2013

  • Assiniboine Park Zoo will get a new polar bear
  • Canada gets low score in environmental report 
  • President Obama announces plan to decrease gun violence in the U.S.


January 7, 2013

  • City councillor wants evening and weekend construction
  • Métis and non-status Indians to have same rights as status Indians
  • Domestic workers often treated unfairly around the world


December 31, 2012

  • Rally for First Nations issues held in Winnipeg
  • Payroll deductions and income tax will increase for some Canadians
  • Japan records largest drop in population to date


December 10, 2012

  • Pixels for Pistols program was a success
  • Immigrants less likely to have jobs than Canadian-born citizens
  • North Korea rocket launch considered a security risk 


December 3, 2012

  • Law proposed in Manitoba to help protect car buyers
  • Canadian "super visas" are popular, but some say they cost too much
  • Typhoon hits the Philippines


November 19, 2012

  • Second Winnipeg quick care clinic opens
  • Canadian homes becoming more affordable
  • Kits that help save children's lives to be sent to Zambia


November 12, 2012

  • Manitoba hires more teachers to reduce class sizes
  • Canada takes fourth place in the world for tobacco package warnings
  • China's new leader takes office


November 5, 2012

  • Manitoba Hydro offers financing help for energy improvements
  • Prime Minister visits India to discuss trade relationship
  • Barack Obama wins second term as U.S. president


October 29, 2012

  • Manitobans use food banks the most 
  • Faster immigration for foreign students and some temporary workers
  • Cyclone Nilam hits India and Sri Lanka


October 22, 2012

  • Winnipeg police chief says citizens should pray for a safer city
  • Bilingualism increasing in Canada, but not in official languages
  • Unemployment rate in Spain reaches twenty-five per cent


October 15, 2012

  • Ten-digit dialling becomes official in Manitoba
  • Socializing is important for seniors' health
  • Scientists hope to send people beyond the solar system


October 8, 2012

  • Loans help immigrants upgrade their education and training
  • Montreal area hit by earthquake
  • Prime Minister Harper visits Senegal


September 24, 2012

  • CAA members not happy with condition of Manitoba roads
  • Number of Canadians starting own businesses hits new record
  • Canadian diplomats choose not to attend Iran leader's UN speech


September 17, 2012

  • Winnipeg bus driver gets attention for good deed 
  • Census shows how Canadian families are changing
  • Burma's Aung San Suu Kyi honoured in U.S.


September 10, 2012

  • Manitoba will help privately sponsored refugees access health benefits
  • Electric vehicle chargers installed in P.E.I.
  • U.S. consulate attacked in Libya


June 11, 2012

  • Food prices in northern Manitoba could be decreased
  • Fitness industry wants calorie information on menus
  • U.S. policy changes help prevent deportations


June 4, 2012

  • Highway honours Canadian Forces members from Manitoba
  • Plastic bags will be banned in Toronto by 2013
  • River parade celebrates Queen's Diamond Jubilee


May 28, 2012

  • Manitoba's population younger than the national average
  • Report says rate of child poverty in Canada too high
  • United Nations votes for investigation of Syrian government


May 21, 2012

  • Manitoba to get new helmet law for youth
  • New employment insurance regulations coming for Canadians
  • Seventy-five million youth around the world are jobless


May 14, 2012

  • Schools in Manitoba will use new report card system
  • Canadian doctors oppose refugee claimant health care cuts
  • Minority births higher than Caucasian births in the U.S.


May 7, 2012

  • Community groups get provincial funding
  • Working moms in Canada still earn less than men
  • U.S. president supports making same-sex marriage legal


April 30, 2012

  • Manitobans sign up on organ donation website
  • Last Canadian penny made at the Royal Canadian Mint
  • Japan temporarily without nuclear power


March 12, 2012

  • Winnipeg School Division taxes increase
  • Canada faces drug shortages
  • Red meat linked to risk of earlier death


March 5, 2012

  • Students raise money for immigrant writing program
  • Canadian embassy in Syria closes
  • Lifting of hijab ban welcomed in soccer world


February 27, 2012

  • Winnipeg Transit looks at accordion-style buses
  • Canadians most likely to spend time online
  • Larger cities linked to child poverty


February 20, 2012

  • Three Manitobans awarded bravery medals
  • Job market sees increase in older workers
  • Astronomers discover new planet type


February 13, 2012

  • New immigrants in Brandon miss their families
  • Poll provides information about Canadians' views on citizenship
  • Canada helps developing countries decrease pollution


February 6, 2012

  • Police begin crackdown on distracted drivers
  • Prime Minister signs trade agreements during trip to China
  • Minimum wages to increase in China


January 23, 2012

  • Refugee student program finds temporary home
  • Report on Provincial Nominee Program released
  • Online economy expected to grow in near future


January 16, 2012

  • Local program gets newcomers driving
  • First Nations chiefs to meet with Prime Minister Harper
  • Protesters gather in Egypt on anniversary of uprising


January 9, 2012

  • Midwife shortage in Winnipeg
  • Canada offers Haitians resettlement funding
  • Burma takes further steps toward peace


January 2, 2012

  • Manitobans get unusually warm winter weather
  • Canada loses thousands of full-time jobs
  • Syria releases prisoners


December 5, 2011

  • Winnipeg charity needs coats for children
  • Canada's environment minister attends conference in South Africa
  • Afghanistan promised support after foreign troops leave


November 28, 2011

  • Housing crisis in Manitoba First Nation community
  • Canadians too busy to make healthy choices
  • Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood leads in elections


November 21, 2011

  • Blue Bombers play in Grey Cup game against B.C. Lions
  • Provincial Nominee Program declared a success
  • Affordable tablet to help bring internet to developing countries


November 14, 2011

  • City council approves transit fare increase
  • Immigrants healthier than Canadian-born citizens
  • Palace to be rented out during Olympics


November 7, 2011

  • Manitoba Muslims help First Nations community
  • Polar bears to be protected
  • Asteroid flies close to Earth


October 31, 2011

  • New airport terminal opens
  • Minister wants to deal with parent immigration backlog
  • Ceremonies mark population of seven billion people


October 24, 2011

  • Pop stars visit Winnipeg
  • Canadians retiring later in life
  • Earthquake in Turkey


October 17, 2011

  • First Nations leaders to boycott Air Canada
  • Global warming linked to shrinking animals and plants
  • TV watching should be limited for children under two


October 10, 2011

  • Occupy Winnipeg protest held
  • Doctors want CPR taught in Canadian schools
  • Flood damage in Thailand cost billions of dollars


October 3, 2011

  • New Democratic Party wins provincial election
  • Health Canada warns about young people using cellphones
  • Women share Nobel Peace Prize


September 26, 2011

  • New trash plan proposed for Winnipeg
  • Climate change could be costly in Canada
  • Australia changes rules for women in military


September 19, 2011

  • Winnipeggers celebrate return of the Jets
  • School in Toronto to provide space for prayer
  • Canada helps fund international mother and child programs


May 30, 2011

  • NHL hockey returns to Winnipeg
  • Canada Post workers go on strike
  • Buried pyramids discovered in Egypt


May 23, 2011

  • NHL team likely to come to Winnipeg
  • Some Canadians have no Internet access
  • Tornado causes destruction in Missouri town


May 9, 2011

  • Prime Minister visits flooded areas of Manitoba
  • Gas prices rise in Canada
  • Approval rating for President Obama increases


May 2, 2011

  • Manitobans encouraged to fill out census form
  • Canada gets its first Tamil Member of Parliament
  • Osama bin Laden killed in U.S. attack


April 25, 2011

  • Province will help fund bedbug fight
  • Report says kids need to play outside more
  • Royal wedding takes place in London


April 18, 2011

  • Refugee mother and son reunite
  • People in Canada are tied for second happiest in the world
  • Haiti declares new president


April 11, 2011

  • Severe flooding across Manitoba
  • Harper targets immigrant vote
  • Nigerians vote on whether president will stay


March 14, 2011

  • Province gives funds for community sports
  • Prime Minister renews anti-gang funding
  • Japan's nuclear complex destroyed


March 7, 2011

  • Manitoba Housing fee removed
  • MPs pass drugs-for-Africa bill
  • Earthquake, tsunami hit Japan


February 28, 2011

  • World-class polar bear exhibit coming to Assiniboine Zoo
  • Women's World Cup soccer coming to Canada
  • Women and children flee Sudan during fighting


February 21, 2011

  • Skating helps police build relationships with inner-city residents
  • Canadian gas prices to go up soon
  • Libyan government cracks down on protesters


February 14, 2011

  • Paramedics want to know where bedbugs are
  • Federal government cuts back visas for relatives
  • Studies say flooding is linked to global warming


February 7, 2011

  • Manitoba faces large increase in diabetes cases
  • Task force wants financial literacy taught in schools
  • Egypt's President steps down after weeks of protests


January 31, 2011

  • New Muslim families want kids excluded from certain school activities
  • Harper meets with Obama at White House
  • Protesters continue to gather in Egypt

 


January 24, 2011

  • Anti-gang programs to close in Winnipeg
  • Calgary Islamic school is only one of its kind
  • Anti-government protests in Egypt continue


January 17, 2011

  • School's smoking shelter for students causes concern
  • Party wants to ban kirpan from Parliament
  • Wal-Mart plans to sell healthier foods in the U.S.


January 10, 2011

  • Shuttle service brings North End to healthier food
  • Harper announces Red Tape Reduction Commission
  • Taliban may allow girls in schools


January 3, 2011

  • African community plans to build downtown complex
  • Canada wins silver medal at world junior hockey championship
  • World food prices highest in decades


December 6, 2010

  • Temporary workers face deportation
  • Polar bears invade Nunavut areas
  • Cancun hosts United Nations climate talks


November 29, 2010

  • Small business tax eliminated in Manitoba
  • Canada's ultra-rich getting richer
  • Europe deals with severe winter weather


November 22, 2010

  • Manitoba named child poverty capital
  • MADD calls for random breathalyzers
  • World divided on religion: poll


November 15, 2010

  • Manitoba throne speech promises more access to family doctors
  • Poll says timely health care lacking in Canada
  • Britain's Prince William engaged


November 8, 2010

  • Winnipeggers protest Bodies exhibit
  • Cave explorers rescued in Prince George area
  • Nigerians strike over monthly minimum wage


November 1, 2010

  • Manitoba lakes named after fallen soldiers
  • Canada takes first place in global survey
  • Global food security conference held in the Netherlands


October 25, 2010

  • Foreign students flocking to Manitoba
  • Details of new electronic passports released
  • Human rights group speaks out against gold mining in Ghana


October 18, 2010

  • Boxing club to help at-risk young people
  • Calgary has first Muslim mayor in Canada
  • Tibetan students protest Chinese language plans


October 11, 2010

  • Volunteers unite to help refugee kids
  • Ottawa posted largest deficit ever last year
  • Chilean miners rescued after mine collapses


October 3, 2010

  • Study says program working for immigrant
  • Poll suggests Canadians drive when distracted
  • Commonwealth Games held in Delhi, India


September 27, 2010

  • Traffic circles cause confusion
  • New Governor General sworn in
  • Ancient penguin gives clues to evolution


September 20, 2010

  • Manitoba Premier says 'door to Manitoba is wide open'
  • Refugee experts question human smuggling plan
  • Nigeria flooding displaces two million people