Winnipeg


MEDIA BAILOUT: Trudeau gov't subsidizes over a third of profits for Free Press-owned papers

Free Press—owned by FP Newspaper Inc.—owns several papers in Manitoba, including the Brando Sun. the Carillon, and the Carberry News Express.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

NDP MP submits motion to convert CERB to permanent basic income

A Winnipeg MP has tabled a motion to turn the Canada Emergency Response Benefit into permanent basic income.

Sam Edwards

14-year-old male charged in connection with four Winnipeg shootings

A 14-year-old male has been charged with first degree murder following a shooting in Winnipeg that killed a 27-year0old woman on Canada Day.

Quinn Patrick

Winnipeg man shot, hit by car on Canada Day

A man was shot and then hit by a car early Wednesday morning, on Canada Day in Winnipeg, police are now investigating what happened.

Quinn Patrick

Canada's mayors should take a lesson in budgeting from their citizens

If mayors aren’t willing to demonstrate true sacrifices then it’s hard to imagine why other levels of government should consider their requests in the first place.

Colin Craig

Terminally ill Winnipeg cancer patient denied visits from family

As with many families throughout Manitoba, Francisco-Critica has been unable to see her 80-year-old father in the hospital due to coronavirus restrictions.

Collin Jones

RCMP charge eight travellers for breaking non-essential travel order in Manitoba

Over the long weekend, there were eight people charged for breaking public health orders in Manitoba.

Sam Edwards

'Unprovoked' Winnipeg hammer attack hospitalizes two men

Winnipeg Police say a man started his attack near the Millennium Library at around 3:10 pm in what is currently believed to be an uprovoked incident on random civilians.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Man violently assaults two senior citizens in Manitoba long-term care home

A man who broke into a senior's home has been arrested, his robbery turned violent after he punched 94-year-old in the face and attacked an 81-year-old.

Quinn Patrick

16-year-old suspected of stealing vehicle found stuck in garbage bin

A teen believed to be in connection with a Winnipeg car jacking that turned violent was discovered stuck inside a garbage can on Monday.

Quinn Patrick

Canada's National Microbiology Lab confirms three staff infected with coronavirus

The National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg has had a scare after two of their staff and one of their close contacts have tested positive for COVID-19.

Quinn Patrick

Winnipeg police shoot and kill teen girl

A sixteen-year-old girl died after she was shot by Winnipeg police while driving a stolen SUV involved in a Liquor Mart robbery.

Sam Edwards

Winnipeg teacher charged with sexual assault of student

Winnipeg police have charged a 27-year-old female teacher with sexual eploitation, sexual assault and supplying liquor to a minor on Thursday.

Quinn Patrick

Vandals spray-paint ‘KKKanada’ and ‘F**k RCMP’ on statue and buildings

Vandals have spray painted several buildings in Winnipeg Tuesday night. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, local RCMP HQ, and MP Dan Vandal’s office.

Quinn Patrick

Trudeau spends up to $47 per dozen doughnuts, taxpayer foots the bill

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been criticized for splashing taxpayer money on luxury doughnuts this week in Winnipeg.

Nico Johnson