A 71-year-old male pilot from Ashern, Manitoba was recently rescued after being stranded on Pickerel Lake, located south of Grand Rapids.
Keystone Potato Producers Association has made a bold investment in the safety of their members with the decision to provide annual financial support to STARS.
The Canadian Meat Council is welcoming the historic coming into force of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations. The Safe Food for Canadians Regulations, administered by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, came into force Tuesday.
The Manitoba government and Bell Let’s Talk have partnered to contribute $1 million to the Strongest Families Institute to expand mental health services for children, youth and their families throughout the province.
Manitoba Public Insurance reported net income of $87.4 million for the first nine months of its fiscal year ending November 30, 2018 – an increase of $26.1 million over the same time period last year.
A quantity of drugs and firearms were recently seized by RCMP as the result of a residential search in Split Lake, Manitoba.
The Chief Agricultural economist with Farm Credit Canada says, despite anticipated tighter profit margins on agricultural commodities, the outlook for Canadian agriculture in 2019 looks positive.
The Manitoba government has launched Women’s Equality Week 2019 with a boost to women in the trades.
The Canadian pork sector is encouraging Canadian Border Services to get more detector dogs and to provide more information to travelers about the risks of bringing meat into the country.