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Winnipeg police office dies after child pornography charges laid against him

Winnipeg police office dies after child pornography charges laid against him

WINNIPEG — A police officer has died shortly after being charged with child pornography offences. The Winnipeg Police Service says Const.

Woman injured after airsoft gun fired in Manitoba high school: RCMP

WINNIPEG — RCMP have charged a 12-year-old boy after a woman was shot with an airsoft gun at a high school in northern Manitoba. Mounties say officers were called to the school in Nelson House on Monday morning.
New contract gives Manitoba health-care workers retroactive raises, signing bonus

New contract gives Manitoba health-care workers retroactive raises, signing bonus

WINNIPEG — Some 18,000 health-care support workers in Manitoba have ratified a new collective agreement that includes pay raises. The Canadian Union of Public Employees says its members have voted in favour of the deal reached earlier his month.
Mint teams up with National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation to create keepsake

Mint teams up with National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation to create keepsake

WINNIPEG — The experiences of residential school survivors are woven together with First Nations, Inuit and Métis teachings and traditional art forms that were stripped from students in the design of a new commemorative coin unveiled at a special cer
'Seismic change:' Jets GM Cheveldayoff excited to have Bowness behind bench

'Seismic change:' Jets GM Cheveldayoff excited to have Bowness behind bench

WINNIPEG — Kevin Cheveldayoff knows he didn’t make big changes to the Winnipeg Jets roster in the off-season, but the general manager believes hiring Rick Bowness as head coach was a "seismic" move that should pay off.
'The bond is broken': Data shows Indigenous kids overrepresented in foster care

'The bond is broken': Data shows Indigenous kids overrepresented in foster care

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg mother says she was scarred for life when her first child was taken away at birth by social workers, who told her she was unfit to parent her newborn daughter because she was just 17 at the time.
Manitoba expands access to COVID-19 bivalent booster to all adults

Manitoba expands access to COVID-19 bivalent booster to all adults

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is expanding access for a COVID-19 bivalent booster to people 18 and older. Those who are eligible can start booking appointments Thursday.
Indigenous people more likely to have housing issues as population grows: StatCan

Indigenous people more likely to have housing issues as population grows: StatCan

WINNIPEG — Angela Klassen Janeczko calls out to a young woman sitting behind a building in downtown Winnipeg to see if she needs any water or food.
Blue Bombers to add former receiver Poplawski to their Ring of Honour

Blue Bombers to add former receiver Poplawski to their Ring of Honour

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers will add former receiver Joe Poplawski to the club's Ring of Honour at IG Field. Poplawski will become the 14th inductee at halftime of Winnipeg's regular-season finale Oct. 28 against the B.C. Lions.
Hear 9-piece ensemble from France at Lorne Watson hall

Hear 9-piece ensemble from France at Lorne Watson hall

BRANDON – BU’s School of Music partners with Manitoba concert series for the first concert of the pro series season