A 65-year-old Winnipeg man is facing numerous charges after ramming through two bylaw vehicles at a business located on Brady Road near La Salle, Manitoba.
The March flood outlook continues to suggest the risk of widespread major flooding remains low to moderate across most of the province, with a moderate risk of some overland flooding in low-lying areas along the Red and Assiniboine Rivers.
RCMP have arrested and charged 37-year-old Michael William Okemow with second degree murder in connection to the death of Crystal Andrews. The investigation began in November of 2015.
Following the introduction of legislation in support of a made-in-Manitoba climate and green plan, Manitobans are encouraged recognize the importance of the province’s precious natural resources during Canada Water Week, World Water Day and Earth Hour.
The government of Manitoba introduced proposed changes to provincial laws that would provide stricter penalties to confront the dangerous and deadly issue of distracted driving.
The President of Keystone Agricultural Producers says agriculture is clearly being considered as the Manitoba Government moves forward with its plan for reducing greenhouse emissions.
Steinbach MLA and Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin Goertzen stated that in preparation for the federal legalization of recreational cannabis, the Manitoba government is moving forward with further legislative amendments that would responsibly regulate use of the drug in public places and on roads.
An Executive Member of Manitoba Pork’s Board of Directors says it took a visit to Japan to understand how much his customers appreciate the product he produces.
A new report on college education prepared for the Manitoba government provides advice on how to develop a coordinated strategic approach that leads to improved student outcomes and better alignment with labour market needs.