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Funeral home in receivership and under police investigation as families await return of ashes, body
A Transcona funeral home and cemetery is in receivership and under investigation by the Winnipeg Police Service for fraud, causing concern for people who have prepaid for services, purchased a plot for burial or have a loved one’s remains still inside the building.
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How John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes became curling's golden duo
It was an unlikely partnership at the beginning. Indeed, Canadian curlers John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes had different teammates in mind prior to the mixed doubles Olympic trials. Circumstances changed those plans, and Team Canada reaped the rewards of an Olympic gold medal.
Watch out for needles as snow melts, warns member of Brandon patrol group that has picked up dozens downtown
Those who walk through downtown Brandon with the city's Bear Clan Patrol say they've picked up more than 70 needles and syringes in less than a year. Now that the snow has almost melted, the group is renewing warnings to watch out when doing spring yard work or playing outside.
Supreme Court upholds law in cross-border beer case
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled unanimously that provinces have the constitutional right to restrict the importation of goods from each other, as long as the primary aim of the restriction isn't to impede trade.
Church burns to the ground in isolated northern Manitoba community of Shamattawa
Winnipeg ER wait times have dropped by 16% overall since last year, but rose in recent months
Jets fandom reaches new heights as climber scales 60-foot ice tower in skates, jersey in honour of whiteout
NDP bill would require Manitoba landlords to improve energy efficiency before big rent increases
Jets' Josh Morrissey suspended 1 game for cross-checking Eric Staal
Winnipeg, you're recycling wrong: Common misconceptions about what can go in blue bins
Manitoba does little to help meth addicts, protesters say
Winnipeg Whiteout Street Party getting even bigger
Bail denied for Andrea Giesbrecht, Winnipegger who kept infants' remains in storage locker
Ice breaking up soon, but risk of major flooding in Manitoba remains low
Future of Winnipeg's SkyCity condos questioned after RCMP raid
Winnipeg delivery driver confronts customer he says called him a terrorist during verbal attack
From $120K/year to living in a car in 4 months: Caseworker brings human face to homeless census
Osborne Village gets new outlook with bell tower changes
CP Rail reports lower profits as Teamsters, IBEW serve 72-hour strike notice
Winnipeg health authority ends contract with company 3 years after vulnerable man in its care found dead
Winnipeg suffocates Wild in a bounceback Game 4 victory