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Manitoba homeless shelters say they're in the dark about province's vaccination plan
With second doses given to people in personal care homes, the province says vaccinating the homeless and vulnerable is its next priority. But it has no specifics on how and when that will happen.
Community mourns loss of woman whose remains were found near river last week
With candles and red roses in hand, dozens of people gathered near the Red River on Sunday night to honour Jana Williams, whose family says her remains were the ones found in Winnipeg's North End last week.
56 new cases of COVID-19, 2 more deaths in Manitoba Sunday
Sunday's update comes after the province announced 71 more cases of COVID-19 and one more death — a woman in her 20s from the Winnipeg health region — from the illness on Saturday.
A year of stigma: COVID-19 fear leads to shaming of racial, religious groups in Manitoba
One year into the pandemic, numerous groups, often from marginalized communities, have been perceived as endangering public health, even if they’ve done nothing wrong.
Manitoba Hydro front-line worker union serves utility with 48 hour strike notice
The union representing Manitoba Hydro's field employees has served the utility with a 48-hour strike notice if they can't reach a fair agreement with the Crown corporation.
Making grief visible: When tattoos help cope with the loss of a loved one
Koe remains undefeated with win over Gushue
Why winter exercise can be especially hard on the lungs
Manitobans 85 and older now eligible: The latest COVID-19 vaccine info
Woman in her 20s dies of COVID-19; 71 new cases in Manitoba Saturday
Advocates honour those lost to overdoses in Manitoba, call for more supports
How Manitoba's southern neighbour is among the leaders in the U.S. COVID-19 vaccine rollout
Winnipeggers enjoy 1st taste of spring with warm temperatures on Saturday
Habs chase Hellebuyck with virtuoso performance against Jets
'His presence is everywhere': Ecologist David Schindler remembered by Experimental Lakes scientist
All adult Manitobans could get 1st dose of vaccine by May 18
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