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Latest Manitoba News Headlines
'Our elders are our libraries': 9 Indigenous grandparents honoured for work to protect culture
Hundreds of Winnipeggers came together Thursday night to celebrate nine grandmothers and grandfathers for their work to preserve and restore traditional Indigenous knowledge.
Manitoba mulls sending propane storage to cut-off community of Churchill
Premier Brian Pallister won't go as far as describing the damaged rail line to the northern Manitoba town of Churchill as an emergency, but he does call the situation "urgent."
'It shows that we're not forgotten': Winnipeggers weigh in on update to North End park
Fishing access, a skate park and a spacee for learning about reconciliation are all on the table as residents weigh in on an update to one of Winnipeg's oldest parks.
Sears closure an opportunity for Garden City, says councillor
The Winnipeg city councillor who represents Garden City said she is optimistic about retail in the area despite the upcoming closure of the large Sears Outlet store.
Closing urgent care centre 'unconscionable': Misericordia Sisters
A religious order that founded a Winnipeg hospital more than a century ago is asking Manitoba Health Minister Kelvin Goertzen to back off plans to scale back the facility.