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A dump truck carrying a load of guts lost its load Wednesday evening near St Mary's Road on the Perimtre Highway.
These appointments are subject to the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange Inc. Concurrently, the company is also announcing a number of other changes to its Board of Directors and management team.
Winnipeg police are refunding more than 2,500 photo radar tickets issued between June 27 and July 1 because of an error on the tickets.
Call it a million-dollar mistake. Winnipeg police are refunding more than 2,500 photo radar tickets issued between June 27 and July 1 because of an error on the tickets.
CBC's Ismaila Alfa spoke with artist Aquil Virani on Wednesday morning's CBC Manitoba Infortmation Radio about his "Canada's Self-Portrait" project, an attempt to capture various renderings of what it means to be Canadian, drawn by Canadians.
The August civic holiday will be now known as Terry Fox Day, named after the Winnipeg-born athlete who was just 22 when he died in 1981 during his attempt to run across Canada on one leg in his Marathon of Hope.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Highrise window-washers with Picture Perfect Window Cleaning wash the glass on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Tuesday in preparation for the grand opening, which is less than two months away.
It's been a quiet summer so far on the West Nile front, but provincial health officials are warning Manitobans not to let their guard down.
A RETIRED nurse from Canada who has spent many years of her life in Bromsgrove celebrated her 100th birthday at the weekend.
A number of issues have made the construction of a $77 million underpass project on a busy Winnipeg roadway a challenging project.
A coalition of neighbourhood groups says Winnipeg has to abandon its "growth-at-all-costs" mentality to deal with the unexpected forces brought by climate change.
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.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 02:20 am
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