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Progressive Conservative party president defends Manitoba leadership vote in court

Progressive Conservative party president defends Manitoba leadership vote in court

WINNIPEG — The president of the Manitoba Progressive Conservatives defended the vote that saw Premier Heather Stefanson become leader of the party during a court challenge by her rival.
Proposed law would change some rules overseeing Manitoba police

Proposed law would change some rules overseeing Manitoba police

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government plans to bolster the civilian-led agency that investigates potential police wrongdoing, but is stopping short of requiring all officers to co-operate with probes.
New pilot project sees Winnipeg police and wellness workers respond to crisis calls

New pilot project sees Winnipeg police and wellness workers respond to crisis calls

WINNIPEG — Mental-health workers are to join Winnipeg police officers responding to wellness checks as part of a pilot project beginning next month to provide specialized services and resources for individuals in crisis.

WHL Roundup: Raiders storm back from 3 goals down, upset top-ranked Ice in overtime

WINNIPEG — The Prince Albert Raiders snapped the Winnipeg Ice's 10-game winning streak with a 4-3 come-from-behind overtime victory in the WHL Sunday.

AHL: Perfetti has three points, Chisholm scores twice as Moose down Stars 5-3

WINNIPEG — Cole Perfetti had a goal and two assists as the Manitoba Moose beat the Texas Stars 5-3 Sunday in American Hockey League action. Declan Chisholm scored twice for the Moose, who posted their second win over the Stars in as many days.

AHL: Pognaski has two assists, Berdin stops 27 shots as Moose beat Stars 4-1

WINNIPEG — Austin Poganski set up a pair of goals and Mikhail Berdin stopped 27 shots as the Manitoba Moose defeated the Texas Stars 4-1 in American Hockey League action Saturday.
Tourism grows here

Tourism grows here

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Two-year-old boy dies after falling from tractor in southern Manitoba: RCMP

Two-year-old boy dies after falling from tractor in southern Manitoba: RCMP

WINNIPEG — RCMP in southern Manitoba say a two-year-old boy is dead after falling from a tractor. Pembina Valley RCMP say the child fell when he was riding with a man in the tractor with no cab on Thursday afternoon.
Manitoba starts immunizing kids against COVID-19, nearly 25,000 appointments booked

Manitoba starts immunizing kids against COVID-19, nearly 25,000 appointments booked

WINNIPEG — Manitoba has officially launched its provincewide campaign to immunize children ages five to 11 against COVID-19.
Manitoba's new Tory premier undoes another initiative of her predecessor

Manitoba's new Tory premier undoes another initiative of her predecessor

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson says she will repeal a bill that imposed a wage freeze on public-sector workers.