The Independent Investigation Unit has concluded its investigation into an incident in which an officer of the Altona Police Service (APS) was alleged to have pointed a firearm without justification at a female youth.
Steinbach MLA and Education and Training Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced that the province is investing $2.5 million over 10 years to support the University of Manitoba’s James W. Burns Leadership Institute.
The Manitoba government has set its greenhouse-gas emissions reduction goal for 2018 to 2022, well in advance of the November deadline established in The Climate and Green Plan Implementation Act, based on the independent, scientific recommendations made by the Expert Advisory Council.
Headingley RCMP are asking the public for any information into the whereabouts of a missing teen, 16-year-old Connor Kadence Souva.
The Manitoba government advises that the provincial LifeFlight program will continue without its two Citation jets.
“PLAYSAFE, spot the danger before you play!” That’s the message nine-year-old Telysha Warkentin of Blumenort, Manitoba delivered along the recent Travellers’ Day parade route in Brandon.
Bell MTS will provide mobile wireless services for the Manitoba government and other public-sector organizations for up to five years.
East St. Paul RCMP are asking the public for any information into the whereabouts of a missing woman, 57-year-old Debbie Zamonsky.
The Manitoba government is moving forward with the establishment of a collaborative care service to streamline and improve health services for patients who show symptoms of late Lyme disease and other emerging tick-borne illnesses.