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Manitoba premier says Orange Shirt Day may become a provincial statutory holiday

Manitoba premier says Orange Shirt Day may become a provincial statutory holiday

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is considering whether to make the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation — also known as Orange Shirt Day — a provincial statutory holiday.
Former fashion mogul Peter Nygard not facing charges in hometown of Winnipeg: police

Former fashion mogul Peter Nygard not facing charges in hometown of Winnipeg: police

WINNIPEG — Former fashion mogul Peter Nygard will not be facing charges in his hometown after an investigation into sexual assault allegations from eight people.
Winnipeg police position to help families of missing and murdered Indigenous women

Winnipeg police position to help families of missing and murdered Indigenous women

WINNIPEG — Whether working with youth in care, survivors of domestic violence or families navigating the justice system, Angie Tuesday has dedicated her life's work to providing culturally appropriate and supportive guidance to Indigenous peoples dur
Manitoba premier says anyone not vaccinated against COVID to be removed from caucus

Manitoba premier says anyone not vaccinated against COVID to be removed from caucus

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson issued an ultimatum to one of her cabinet ministers Wednesday — get fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Dec. 15 or be removed from the Progressive Conservative caucus.
Portage la Prairie RCMP respond to report of a firearm

Portage la Prairie RCMP respond to report of a firearm

Jolt found the gun

Man sentenced to 22 years for sexual abuse of six boys in northern Manitoba

THOMPSON, Man. — A man has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for sexually abusing six boys and showing pornography to them and other boys in a northern Manitoba community.
Candidate defends allegation of irregularities in Manitoba Tory leadership vote

Candidate defends allegation of irregularities in Manitoba Tory leadership vote

WINNIPEG — An unsuccessful Manitoba Progressive Conservative leadership candidate has defended her allegations that there were irregularities in the vote won by her rival for the premier's chair and has doubled down on her belief that the final tally
Bombers QB Collaros more comfortable heading into CFL West final rematch

Bombers QB Collaros more comfortable heading into CFL West final rematch

WINNIPEG — The end goal may be the same, but the path to winning another Grey Cup with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers has felt different this season for Zach Collaros.
Oak Lake driver charged in collision

Oak Lake driver charged in collision

RCMP Forensic Collision Reconstructionist is assisting with the ongoing investigation.
Karel Vejmelka has 46-save shutout as Coyotes upset Jets 1-0

Karel Vejmelka has 46-save shutout as Coyotes upset Jets 1-0

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Jets struggles continued, this time against a rookie goaltender. Unheralded Karel Vejmelka made 46 saves to record his first NHL shutout as the Arizona Coyotes clipped Winnipeg 1-0 on Monday.