CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Abortion pill's approval could help Manitobans in rural, remote placesJul 31, 2015 | 1:35Health Canada's approval of the abortion drug RU-486 will make it easier for women, especially those in rural and remote communities, to access an abortion, say health-care workers in Manitoba.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Royal Winnipeg Ballet denies prior knowledge of misconduct allegationsJul 31, 2015 | 2:17A former student of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's professional division disputes a finding that the RWB knew nothing about allegations of inappropriate photo shoots involving veteran instructor Bruce Monk until police started investigating in January.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Pedestrian Oanh Pham 'enriched lives of all she touched' at Siloam MissionJul 30, 2015 | 1:03The woman who was killed after being hit by a truck in downtown Winnipeg Thursday morning was a much-loved staff member at Siloam Mission, a homeless shelter.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Waverley underpass announcement on cusp of election callJul 30, 2015 | 2:17A government announcement to build a $155-million underpass on Waverley Street and Taylor Avenue in Winnipeg comes as Prime Minister Stephen Harper is expected to prompt an early start to the fall's federal election.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Manitoba's medical marijuana growing facility says its cannabis is safe, testedJul 30, 2015 | 2:09The head of Delta 9, the province's only medical marijuana growing facility licensed to sell cannabis, says his marijuana is tested for safety and quality, something he doubts is happening at unlicensed dispensaries.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Long election campaign on the wayJul 30, 2015 | 1:41A federal election call that's expected to happen sometime this weekend will mean voters across Canada, including those in Manitoba, will see the longest campaign in decades, analysts in Winnipeg say.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Rinelle Harper: Fundraiser aims to help family pay rent for 1 yearJul 29, 2015 | 2:03A fundraising campaign has been launched to help pay rent for the family of a teen who was brutally attacked in downtown Winnipeg last fall.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Experts study Manitoba tornado damage to rate twisterJul 29, 2015 | 1:27A team of experts from Environment Canada is assessing the damage from a tornado that roared through southwest Manitoba on Monday. CBC's Tim Fontaine reports.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Chez Sophie owner blames city, bank for bridge restaurant's failureJul 29, 2015 | 1:24The owner of Chez Sophie, the former restaurant on the Esplanade Riel, says the City of Winnipeg and credit union Caisse Financial Group contributed to an environment that led him into financial ruin.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Man charged with attempted murder in Nassau Street shootingJul 29, 2015 | 2:10A 21-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder in the shooting of another 21-year-old man in broad daylight in Winnipeg's south Osborne neighbourhood.