CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Mine tailings pushed out of ground at Lynn Lake playgroundNov 25, 2013 | 1:51Exclusive video shot by Mayor James Lindsay of Lynn Lake, Man., showing mine tailings being pushed out of the ground by ants at a children's playground in June 2013. Lindsay says the entire neighbourhood was built on tailings from an old nickel mine.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Winnipeg's brown water boosts bottled water salesSep 6, 2013 | 1:13Winnipeg's brown water problem has people turning to bottled water, with at least two stores reporting a spike in business lately.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Cameras for cops? Winnipeg police exploring ideaSep 6, 2013 | 2:07Winnipeg police could end up wearing cameras on their uniforms, with the goal of providing high-quality footage and cutting down on complaints, but some are concerned about privacy.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Winnipeg rooming house deaths a double homicideSep 6, 2013 | 2:15The deaths of two people in a Wolseley rooming house are being described by police as a double homicide, as friends remember the pair as helpful and kind.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Nurse reassigned during Brian Sinclair's ER waitSep 6, 2013 | 2:46No nurse was assigned to keep a continual eye on patients in a Winnipeg hospital's emergency room on the day Brian Sinclair arrived for care, even though authorities had committed to ensuring such a process would be in place, CBC News has learned.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00RAW: Winnipeg student's a whale of a videoSep 6, 2013 | 1:05Winnipeg student Sara Scales produced this video of some of the beluga whales she encountered as a tour guide in northern Manitoba this summer.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Aspiring doctor overcomes the oddsSep 5, 2013 | 1:51A Winnipeg aboriginal student who has lived what she calls a "life of chaos" is finishing a science degree and working towards a career as a doctor.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Manitoba researchers eye walking-texting safety appSep 5, 2013 | 2:03Texting and walking is a growing hazard for Canadians, a population increasingly focused on their phones, and one Manitoba researcher is hoping to make it a little safer. CBC’s Meagan Fiddler reports.