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Latest Manitoba News Headlines
Goods to start shipping on ice road to Churchill Monday
Goods will start rolling into Churchill along a newly constructed ice road Monday, and drivers will put themselves at personal risk to get supplies to the beleaguered town, says the man who built the road.
Court challenge against Manitoba's floor-crossing law gets underway Monday
A Manitoba law forbidding provincial politicians from crossing the floor will be challenged in court on Monday.
Couple found guilty of sexually assaulting young girl go free because case took too long
A Manitoba couple convicted of sexually assaulting a young girl over a five-year period have had their convictions thrown out after a judge ruled their case was unreasonably delayed.
Home-based food sales stirring up trouble with Manitoba's health inspectors
There's a growing trend in Manitoba's food service industry and it's not coming out of restaurants. Home-based cooks are offering up meals out of their suburban kitchens that are often tasty — but are made and sold without a permit.
MMF sends Christmas hampers to Churchill with the message 'we'll never forget the north'
It's not exactly a sleigh, but a northern Manitoba community was treated to more than 100 Christmas hampers Sunday courtesy of a specially chartered plane.