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First winter storm ─ drive to road conditions

First winter storm ─ drive to road conditions

Over tonight and Remembrance day, roads could get icy and visibility might get bad.
Manitoba's top doctor says new restrictions coming as COVID-19 numbers rise

Manitoba's top doctor says new restrictions coming as COVID-19 numbers rise

WINNIPEG — Manitobans will soon face stricter public health orders to curb rising COVID-19 case numbers, the province's chief public health officer said Wednesday. "We do have a number of restrictions in place.
Manitoba's Crown energy utility expects red ink this year because of drought

Manitoba's Crown energy utility expects red ink this year because of drought

WINNIPEG — Manitoba's Crown-owned energy utility is now forecasting a deficit because of ongoing dry conditions.
O'Reilly scores in shootout to lift Blues to 3-2 victory over Jets

O'Reilly scores in shootout to lift Blues to 3-2 victory over Jets

WINNIPEG — Ryan O'Reilly may have scored the only goal in the shootout, but the St. Louis Blues were heaping praise on goalie Jordan Binnington for their 3-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday. “He came up big for us.
Manitoba says attempts to engage on flood project with First Nations went unanswered

Manitoba says attempts to engage on flood project with First Nations went unanswered

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government told a Winnipeg courtroom Tuesday it spent years consulting with a group of First Nations about a multimillion-dollar flood protection project only to be met with a lack of engagement from the communities.
UPDATE: Police search for man accused in homicide

UPDATE: Police search for man accused in homicide

Two warrants issued for a man from Western Manitoba.
Police search for man accused in homicide

Police search for man accused in homicide

RCMP ask the public for help locating a suspect but warn not to appraoch.
Carberry RCMP investigate shots fired

Carberry RCMP investigate shots fired

Tactical Armored Vehicle (TAV) was used to breach a door to the residence.
First Nations want court to order judicial review of outlet projects in Manitoba

First Nations want court to order judicial review of outlet projects in Manitoba

WINNIPEG — The issue of whether the Manitoba government thoroughly consulted with a group of First Nations in the province about ongoing work on a multimillion-dollar flood protection project is playing out in a Winnipeg courtroom this week.
Manitoba government offers cash for training as COVID-19 numbers rise again

Manitoba government offers cash for training as COVID-19 numbers rise again

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is offering a new subsidy for businesses and non-profit groups who need to train employees as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.