Sunday, October 2, 2022

Winnipeg Police Are Appealing To The Public For Help

A woman has died in a fire in the Broadway-Assinioboia neighborhood. According to Winnipeg police, she was locked in the dumpster during the fire that has claimed her life,...

Manitoba’s Overhaul Of The Education System To Focus On Accountability, Critics Say Schools Take...

The government in Manitoba has said it is seeking accountability from schools, especially those showing lagging results in tests. Still, it is not clear what consequences they will face...

The Winnipeg Mother Who Lost Her 12-Year-Old Son Tries To Stay Strong

Joni Gabriel is mourning the loss of Sanchez Boulanger, a 12-year-old who was fatally stabbed to death. Sanchez was fatally wounded in a violent altercation Friday night in north-central...

Some Manitoba Residents Are Unsure About COVID-19 Vaccine

The people of Manitoba don’t find the idea of having a shot of vaccine appealing. Nearly 36% of Manitoba adults have at least one dose of vaccine, and it...

Police Cautious After Learning That Wildman’s Father Shot An Officer In ‘62

The elder Wildman, now deceased, shot an officer as a young man, and this is something the police are seriously thinking about while they search for Erick Wildman, aged...

Nursing Vacancies a Lingering Problem in Manitoba, NDP Says, as Government Applauds Recruitment Plan

Whereas the Manitoba government supports a long-term plan to bring more nurses into the workforce, it won’t fix the dire shortages the profession is already facing, says the NDP. The...

Manitoba Looks to Rename a School after a Link to Residential Schools Was Found

Manitoba chief, Shirley Ducharme, said that she intends to change the name of a school. This was following the discovery that the school’s name was borrowed from an individual...