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The family of an 18-year-old Calgary man who was found murdered nearly three weeks after his family reported him missing are alleging police mishandled the case and racially profiled the teen.
He has biked across the U.S. east to west, and west to east several timespedaled his way from New Jersey to Alaska, and Alaska to New Jersey.
Winnipeg police are concerned for the well-being of Barbara Miranda Leask, 37. She was last seen Friday at 9:30 p.m. She may be in the company of Philip Junior Lathlin.
There seems to be no end of interesting historical tidbits about the Bay's downtown store.
A "walk-the-talk solidarity mission to Israel" this week planned by the Jewish Federation of Winnipeg isn't happening after all.
Col. Alexander Day addresses dignitaries, military personnel and family members after officially becoming the new commander of 15 Wing Moose Jaw on Friday.
Would you have any information about this piece? I was told it was used to store sheet music, as the shelves indicate.
Grab a frosty beverage and a can of mosquito repellent, because it's time for your final weekend weather forecast for the exceedingly humid month of July.
The Selinger government is creating an estimated $3.5-million assistance program for Interlake First Nations fishers who've lost their livelihoods because of summer flooding.
As travellers, the only thing we wish to do is come back from a vacation with positive memories of an enjoyable holiday experience.
* Record recycling this year will put more than $5 million into Winnipeg's coffers because Emterra sells it for the city to environmental businesses all over the world.
During a career than spans more than three decades in the television industry, Warren Littlefield has been a lot of things -- a development executive, a network entertainment president, an independent producer and the author of a bestselling book about the inner workings of the TV biz.
The Canada Revenue Agency has offices across the country, including this one in Winnipeg.
A survey shows many consumers are not aware that farmers are driving diverse and innovative changes in the industry.
Representatives of Filipino organizations met with officials of Philippine Consulate General-Toronto last July 18 to raise their concerns about developments in the Philippine on the occasion of the 5th State of the Nation Address of President Benigno Aquino scheduled on July 28 in Manila.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press Glen Michalchuk on Hartford Avenue is against the community mailboxes and doesn t believe they will save money.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 12:20 am
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