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'Reconciliation is restoration': Town hall speakers emphasize relationships between, within communities
Peter Yellowquill from Long Plain First Nation stood in an auditorium at St. John’s High School and told the largely non-Indigenous audience that he doesn’t blame them for the residential schools.
Trudeau government avoids defeat on key pot bill vote
The Liberal government avoided a disastrous result for its marquee marijuana bill Thursday, as the bill to legalize recreational marijuana passed a key legislative stage in the Senate. It's now headed to committee for further study.
Bruised but not broken, Patrik Laine will return to Jets lineup in a week or 2
Winnipeg Jets star forward Patrik Laine should be back on the ice in a week or two, according to head coach Paul Maurice, after blocking a shot with his left ankle during Tuesday night's overtime win over the Los Angeles Kings.
Brian Bowman makes low-key announcement that he'll seek 2nd term as Winnipeg's mayor
Brian Bowman will seek a second term as Winnipeg's mayor this fall.
'We're broken inside,' sister of missing woman tells MMIWG inquiry in Thompson, Man.
Jennifer Jones-led Canadian team fights off Russia to remain undefeated at women's curling worlds
Province to build first-ever highway roundabout in Manitoba
Winnipeg mayor wants to kill campaign-donation rebates
Students sink their teeth into birch bark
John Sauder: Messy weekend with wet flurries ahead
Lively stage take on Tetris perfect fit for spring break fun
CAA campaign wants drivers, cyclists, pedestrians to pinpoint 'abysmal' infrastructure
Inquest to probe man's death during Winnipeg arrest
Winnipeg philanthropist donates more than $10M to help disadvantaged students
Stolen car crashes in Point Douglas, sending 2 women to hospital
'It's created a monopoly': MLA calls on province to ensure Dynacare has competition for lab services
St. John's High School students paving way to reconciliation by teaching teachers about Indigenous culture
Biting into tradition: Elementary school students learn Cree art of birch bark biting
Close the gap between Indigenous health outcomes and the rest of Canada