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Statistics Canada says itinerant flights to and from Hamilton airport fell in 2013 for the seventh consecutive year.
Edward Henrickson was rushed to the Seven Oaks hospital's emergency ward, where he waited for three hours before being transferred to the Health Sciences Centre.
The Shoal Lake First Nation wants the Canadian Museum of Human Rights to acknowledge human rights abuses it says it has suffered because of a water diversion that provides water to Winnipeg.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has taken a chopper tour of flood-stricken southern Manitoba but apparently his government doesn't see any need for NDP Leader Tom Mulcair to see the disaster zone for himself.
Heavy rains in western Manitoba and Saskatchewan recently have raised the level of the Assiniboine River, causing it to overflow its banks, flooding roads and farmers' fields.
Lloyd Axworthy recently retired as president and vice-chancellor of the University of Winnipeg; he is a former minister of foreign affairs An Alberta court ruling on Tuesday in the case of convicted terrorist Omar Khadr is a reminder of a basic trust that Canadians should expect from their government: To have their rights protected when abroad.
The Work Permit is valid for a one year period for exploration work such as line cutting, exploration and geotechnical drilling.
Winnipeg crews deal with a tree that fell onto a house in the 300 block of Pritchard Avenue on Tuesday afternoon.
Dear Miss Lonelyhearts: I hate waking up beside my girlfriend in the bed. When we are amorous at night I love to be in bed with her, but then I want her to go home.
Ontario Provincial Police say Christopher Silman, 29, was last seen swimming near a cottage on Bigelow Island at about 9 p.m. on Saturday.
The province, for the 15th year running, was declared the Slurpee capital of Canada in a promotion by Slurpee purveyors 7-Eleven.
This will make it the third time Canada has had the honour of hosting them, they did previously in 1967 and 1999 both times in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
The Assiniboine Park Zoo exhibit Journey to Churchill, which opened last Thursday, is a new experience for many visitors to Assiniboine Park Zoo.
Authorities have recovered the body of a man who apparently drowned on the Canadian side of Lake of the Woods.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 05:14 pm
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