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'We just want to go home': First Nations storm evacuees grow tired of Winnipeg
First Nations evacuees who were forced from their homes after the Thanksgiving long weekend storm want to return home after spending days crammed in hotel rooms.
Winnipeg councillors say city needs to speak out against Quebec's Bill 21
Two Winnipeg city councillors are calling on their colleagues to back a motion expressing support for a constitutional challenge against Quebec's controversial Bill 21, which bans public servants from wearing religious symbols.
Missing God's River hunters found safe on shores of Mosquito Lake: RCMP
Four hunters — two adults and two kids age 12 and 16 — who were reported missing in northern Manitoba Tuesday night have been found safe on the shores of Mosquito Lake.
18-year-old Winnipeg woman with terminal cancer casts 1st vote, urges others to do the same
When 18-year-old Maddison Yetman’s first chance to vote rolled around with the upcoming federal election, she wasn’t going to let anything get in her way — not even a sudden, terminal cancer diagnosis.
Inquest called into death of 26-year-old Winnipeg man shot by police
Manitoba’s chief medical examiner has called an inquest into the death of a 26-year-old man who was shot and killed by three Winnipeg police officers in January.
City of Winnipeg considers opening more tree disposal sites to help with storm cleanup
Blaikie, Toet face off in battle of the incumbents in Elmwood-Transcona
Man dead after being found lying face down on Main Street
Roughly 9,000 still without power after snowstorm pummels Manitoba