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The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is featuring a new exhibit on climate justice, showcasing youth lead action on climate change and its connection to issues of human rights. As Mark Neufeld reports.
Assiniboine Park is celebrating Canada Day on July 1st, though an emphasis is being made on celebrating diversity and culture after consultations with an indigenous advisory council. Mike Albanese has more.
Staffing shortages at hospitals across the province continue to worsen. Manitoba's largest hospital, Health Sciences Centre, has confirmed they've started to call in paramedics to help out in the Emergency room. Alex Karpa reports.
Some Canadians reconsidering meaning of nation's flag. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/28/can…
Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison for helping the financier Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse underage girls. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/28/ghi…
Manitoba’s backlog of diagnostic tests and surgeries is down 24% since last month’s all-time high. Doctors Manitoba estimates the backlog is at 128,000 cases. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/28/man…
Winnipeg police say a teenager attacked a bus driver and passenger with bear spray Sunday night. The suspect was arrested after a short foot pursuit. Police say they found about five grams of cocaine on him. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/28/win…
Winnipeg police say a group of teenage girls confronted a man and his daughter in the parking lot of the Forks Market Monday night. The group reportedly demanded money, then began punching and kicking the father’s head when he refused to comply. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/28/tee…
"I think everyone is upset at Mother Nature." Residents in Gimli and the surrounding areas are once again dealing with overland flooding caused by high water levels and strong winds across Lake Winnipeg. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/28/lak…
Trudeau announced more money for Ukraine today, including a $200-million loan through the International Monetary Fund. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/28/tru…
Ottawa police say “Freedom Convoy” organizer Tamara Lich has been arrested in Alberta for “breach of court conditions." Lich will be sent back to Ottawa to appear in court. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/28/fre…
A Black-Indigenous teenager was allegedly racially profiled at a McDonald’s in Kenora while on a basketball trip to Winnipeg. "Mom, there is a guy here saying I have to leave right away." winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/28/bla…
A family visiting Canada to see Niagara Falls was frustrated trying to get home after three Air Canada flights were canceled, they were re-routed to another state, and their bags were lost. Mark Neufeld reports.
A mother of a 17-year-old says her son was discriminated against while at a McDonald's in Kenora Ontario, being told he looks suspicious and could only stay for 30 minutes. He was waiting for his team to head to Winnipeg for a basketball tournament. Mike Albanese has more.
Residents in Gimli and the surrounding area, are once again, dealing with overland flooding, caused by high water levels and strong winds across Lake Winnipeg. Alex Karpa reports.
What is the legal status of abortion in Canada and do we need a law? Experts weigh in. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/27/abo…
Child-care agreement between province and feds brings in new funding to Manitoba. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/27/chi…
'Largest spiritual Indigenous gathering' to return during Pope's visit to Alberta. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/27/lar…
G-7 leaders confer with Zelenskyy, prep new aid for Ukraine. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/27/g-7…
This Canada Day, Ottawa may find itself, once again, playing host to protestors opposed to vaccine mandates. @Justin_Ling joins @thebigstoryfpn to outline the key players and motivations behind these new demonstrations. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/27/fre…
ICYMI: Colorado Avalanche defeat Tampa Bay to win Stanley Cup. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/26/col…
ICYMI: 'We need help': Peguis First Nation overwhelmed by rising flood water, 2nd state of emergency. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/26/peg…
Russian rocket strikes Ukraine mall, officials say civilians killed. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/27/rus…
Flash flooding and rising water has forced Peguis First Nation, in Manitoba's Interlake region, to declare a state of emergency for a second time. Alex Karpa reports.
Doctors Manitoba is having serious concerns about the stability of health care in the province’s rural and northern areas. The group is warning hospitals could see more emergency room closures or reduced hours. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/26/man…
At least 500 people have been injured following a stadium collapse in Colombia during a bullfighting event. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/26/col…
Canada pledged $50 million to prevent Ukrainian grain from going to waste. And Trudeau committed to work with G7 nations on further measures to halt the famine caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/25/g-7…
The use of business jets rose by 23% in the U.S. and 53% in Europe last quarter compared with a year earlier. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/26/pri…
Western leaders are meeting in Europe this week, prepared to reaffirm their support for Ukraine and condemnation of Russia. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/26/rus…
Canada’s public safety minister says he is “deeply committed” to enhancing oversight of the RCMP. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/26/can…
“One of the things that I keep hearing from women is, ‘My daughter’s going to have fewer rights than I did. And how can that be?’” winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/26/wom…
Air Canada passengers are raising concerns over delayed luggage. "The airline keeps thinking my bag is in Venice because Air Canada never scanned my bag in." winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/26/air…
A rare Winnipeg-made guitar was returned to its owner 43 weeks after being stolen out of an open window. It took the actions of a Good Samaritan to make it possible. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/25/win…
Five Indigenous women in Manitoba have died in the span of about a month. Police say three of those women were murdered. Advocates say better access to safe housing is needed immediately. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/26/dea…
“I was terrified. He shouldn’t be on the road.” A Winnipeg woman claims she was sexually assaulted by a cab driver earlier this month. She says more needs to be done to keep cab passengers safe. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/24/win…
An act of kindness has struck a chord with a local Winnipeg musician after his rare, one-of-a-kind guitar, was returned home almost a year after it was stolen. @_MorganModjeski reports.
Despite some challenges, officials with the Red River Exhibition are calling the 2022 event a success and say they're improving safety at the event even further in the years ahead. @_MorganModjeski reports.
The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service says a pet died of fire-related injuries after a home in Winnipeg’s Charleswood neighbourhood caught fire. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/25/pet…
Pfizer announced that tweaking its COVID-19 vaccine to better target the Omicron variant is safe and works. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/25/pfi…
The Canadian government has created a special task force to help tackle major delays with immigration applications and passport processing. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/25/can…
The decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling has sparked protests across America. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/25/roe…
New figures filed with Elections Manitoba show the Progressive Conservatives took in a little over $1.5 million last year in contributions and fundraising. The NDP showed its total was $1.1 million last year, up more than $250,000 from the previous year. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/25/man…
U.S. President Joe Biden signed the most sweeping gun violence bill in decades, a bipartisan compromise that seemed unimaginable until a recent series of mass shootings. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/25/bid…
As inflation skyrockets to the highest levels in nearly 40 years, Canadians are feeling the increased cost of living from the grocery store to the gas pumps. @Mark_Neufeld reports.
Death inquests in Manitoba are on hold until Fall 2023 due to COVID-19 court backlogs and some experts with the regional bar association say more resources are needed to address the delays and restore faith in the courts. @_MorganModjeski reports.
MMF starts independent investigation into retired priest. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/24/mmf…
Rogers, Shaw heading to mediation with Competition Bureau over $26B takeover. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/24/rog…
Winnipeg women speaks out after alleged sexual assault in taxi. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/24/win…
One-in-four Canadians struggling financially: Angus Reid. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/24/can…
Manitoba tabs $20M for K 12 education recovery. winnipeg.citynews.ca/2022/06/24/man…
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