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While the election nobody seemed to want ended without much in the way of change, there are plenty of lessons to take home. Here are five things we learned in Manitoba.
Dr. Brent Roussin, chief provincial public health officer, and Dana Rudy, deputy minister for education, will hold an online video news conference at 2 p.m. CBC News will live stream the briefing on our website.
It could be at least another day before voters in the riding of Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley know who will represent them in Ottawa.
Manitoba is spending $14 million to help doctors and other health-care workers boost the number of first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccines in the province.
Manitoba’s premier, health minister and representatives for doctors and pharmacists will make an announcement at 10 a.m. about COVID-19 vaccine outreach in the province.
Voters certainly noticed the impact of the pandemic as they went to the polls, but the oddities of the pandemic election extended to candidates’ election-night parties as well.
Thirteen of Manitoba’s 14 incumbents reclaimed their seats in Monday’s federal election, but one race in Winnipeg remains too close to call — Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley.
This year’s federal election has shaped up to be more of a remake than a sequel to the 2019 race, as the Liberals and New Democrats have largely taken Winnipeg and most of the rural ridings have again gone Tory blue.
A Winnipeg headband designer is turning the pandemic blues into beautiful, hand-made headpieces that are spreading on social media and taking off worldwide.
A trial began Monday in Brandon for a police officer accused of distributing sexually explicit photos and video of a woman he was having an affair with.
A police chief says his southern Manitoba city with a low vaccination rate is being torn apart by animosity.
Manitoba public health officials report 156 new COVID-19 cases over three days.
Manitoba’s chief public health officer, the medical lead of the province’s vaccine task force and the head of the First Nations pandemic response team will deliver a joint COVID-19 update Monday.
Polls open on Monday morning for people to cast their ballots in 2021 the federal election.
Three years after he disappeared, the family of Dwayne Lavallee still hasn’t given up.
Elections Canada had to find some non-traditional voting locations in Winnipeg for this federal election. The city’s Ikea store, local malls, community centres and the Assiniboia Downs race track served as polling stations this year.
This week, Nine Circles Community Health Centre hopes to help chip away HIV stigma through a series of awareness-raising events as part of its annual Red Ribbon Walk & Run event.
As residents of Shoal Lake 40 celebrate the end of their boil-water advisory, there are dozens more First Nations in Canada still fighting for access to clean water, including two in northern Manitoba.
Jessie Alexia McKay, from Pimicikamak was reported missing to Winnipeg police on Monday. The 22-year-old was seen on Sunday, Sept. 5, near Redwood Avenue and Main Street in the city’s North End.
Dozens of people took to the streets in Manitoba’s northernmost city on Saturday to advocate for change following a harrowing sexual assault against a teenage girl earlier this week.
Manitoba has issued guidance to schools on how to operate their ventilation systems and committed millions of dollars to ventilation-related projects. But an engineering professor says that might not be enough.
Progressive Conservative leadership hopeful Shelly Glover says she will heed expert public health advice if she becomes Manitoba premier — but continues to oppose what she describes as “economic lockdowns.”
Kim Fraser hung up her nursing scrubs for good last year, but she’s struggling to shake her guilt.
An RCMP constable who pleaded guilty to an assault a Manitoba judge called “violent and excessive” will avoid a criminal record after being sentenced to a conditional discharge.
After delays forced him to reapply for his permit, a Winnipeg developer learned the city’s water and waste department was scaling back the size of his previously approved six-unit project to three units — apparently over concerns about sewage system capacity.
There are 88 new COVID-19 cases and an additional death reported in Manitoba on Friday.
It’s a straight-up battle for premier between two veteran politicians who are both very familiar to Manitobans and familiar with the demands of governance themselves. Here’s how they differ – and who has the edge.
A man was stabbed on a Winnipeg Transit bus early Friday morning and rushed to hospital.
Those from the science community ask why science funding hasn’t been prioritized by federal election candidates.
From her home in Winnipeg, Sadaf Saberi has watched the Taliban regain the power they once held in Afghanistan and worries what will come next for those who live there.
The race to lead Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative Party and become the new premier is down to two candidates.
The deadline to enter the race to become the next leader of the Progressive Conserative party, and Manitoba’s premier, was Wednesday.