CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00First Nation urges human rights museum to acknowledge 'hypocrisy'Jul 10, 2014 | 2:24Representatives for the Canadian Museum of Human Rights visit the Shoal Lake 40 First Nation to 'listen and learn' more about human rights violations in that community, including a boil water advisory that has been in effect for 18 years.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Midwifery program with core aboriginal mandate haltedJul 10, 2014 | 1:55A midwifery program designed to bring more midwives to Manitoba has been halted, leaving prospective students in the lurch and losing a core component of its original mandate - to train aboriginal midwives.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00RAW: Flood fight in St. Lazare, Connie Chartier-Tanjay's home as second crest approaches.Jul 10, 2014 | 0:23Flood fight in St. Lazare, Connie Chartier-Tanjay's home as second crest approaches. Raw video Caroline Barghout.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Manitoba flood: Officials express 'cautious optimism' about 2nd crestJul 10, 2014 | 1:44Quick mobilization by Canadian military helped prepare communities as dikes hold. CBC's Cameron MacIntosh reports.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Soldier tells story of Manitoba flood fightJul 10, 2014 | 0:44Master Cpl. Pierre Boivin, from CFB Shilo, talks about how the military is in standby, ready to leap into action if there are any flooding problems that happen.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Winnipeg cyclist death raises concerns about potholes, ER proceduresJul 9, 2014 | 2:00A Winnipeg man says he's upset with the Seven Oaks General Hospital and the city after his 77-year-old father died from injuries he sustained when his bicycle hit a pothole.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Winnipeg real estate audit: Councillors grill auditors on reportJul 9, 2014 | 2:05Winnipeg city councillors questioned auditors from the firm EY about their damning audit of the city's real estate transactions.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Frustrations boil over at flooded out Manitoba farmsJul 9, 2014 | 2:06While much of the province’s attention is now focused on the crest anticipated at the Portage Diversion Wednesday night, farmers Kyle and Stan Cochrane are worried about thousands of dollars in losses. CBC's Jill Coubrough reports.