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Nearly 100 people submit statements in Winnipeg case under new Canadian victims rights bill
An “unprecedented” number of victim impact statements has delayed the sentencing hearing for the killer of a Winnipeg high school student — and legal experts says the relatively new Canadian Victims Bill of Rights is to blame.
'I have to do this': 'Bannock Lady' marks 5 years serving meals to Winnipeg's homeless
It’s been five years since Althea Guiboche started the work that would earn her the title of Winnipeg’s ‘Bannock Lady’.
Connor Hellebuyck blanks Canucks as Jets extend home win streak to 6
Connor Hellebuyck made 29 saves for his fourth shutout of the season as the Winnipeg Jets extended their home winning streak to six games with a 1-0 victory over the Vancouver Canucks Sunday.
Boy who endured three years as ISIL captive asks for meeting with Justin Trudeau
A Yazidi boy who was held captive for three years by Iraqi militants before being reunited with his family in Winnipeg last year is requesting a meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Foggy conditions expected to bring near-zero visibility to southwestern Manitoba
Head of Métis group calls on government to buoy fishing industry
Thinking outside the bucket: Fried chicken styles from around the world on display in new festival
Insurers say Canadian weather getting weirder
'I just want to help': Darian Durant embraces backup role with Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Filmmaker aboard icebreaker documents aborted mission to study Arctic climate change
Pedestrian hit at crosswalk on Pembina Highway
Will supervised injection sites work in Winnipeg? Addictions Foundation says they're not sure
Grizzlies spotted in Manitoba's north, says U of S researcher