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Cancer care mistakes, including surgery on wrong patient, detailed in Manitoba critical incident reports
Five different incidents involving cancer care occurred in a three-month period in 2017, according to newly released Manitoba Health critical incident reports.
Manitoba overdose deaths down, but opioids hospitalizing Brandonites twice as often as Winnipeggers: reports
Hospitalizations due to opioid poisoning continue to rise nationwide, but it's smaller cities, around the size of Brandon, Man., that are the hardest hit, a new national report suggests.
Manitoba to exert tighter control over tax incentives used to build True North Square, Investors Group Field
The Progressive Conservative government announced Wednesday it has a new framework for tax-increment financing, or TIF, a funding mechanism that uses future property tax revenue to stimulate development.
Winnipeg woman imprisoned for concealing remains of 6 infants was trying to preserve them, lawyer says
A Winnipeg woman convicted of keeping the remains of six infants in a storage locker was preserving the bodies — not trying to get rid of them, her defence lawyer argued during an appeal hearing Wednesday morning.
Cancer patient who filled Winnipeg meter with spray foam to protest hospital parking fees dies
A Winnipeg man who filled a city parking meter with spray foam to protest the high cost of parking for sick people around hospitals has died.
Salvation Army less than halfway to target, 'a little bit nervous' about Winnipeg Christmas kettle campaign
Cocaine, cash seized after Norway House RCMP execute search warrants
1 positive test for cannabis in 1st week of police holiday checkstop program
'As tragic as it is unsurprising': leaders react to report on systemic racism in Thunder Bay police
'Where I'm supposed to be': Manitobans head to Saskatchewan for spinal cord rehabilitation
Fog shrouds most of southern Manitoba as temperature warms
A tale of two cities: Thunder Bay as 'a mirror image of Winnipeg' on Indigenous-police relations
Urgent action needed to address safety in Exchange, businesses and residents agree
Meth use in Winnipeg causing outbreak of blood-borne illnesses, new documents say
Jets push aside hapless Hawks to keep pace with Predators