Girl struck by car has neck fracture
A 10-year-old girl is recovering from a neck fracture in a Winnipeg hospital, after she was hit by a car driven by an 86-year-old man on Tuesday.
Stony Mountain guards concerned about safety
Safety concerns are mounting among guards at Stony Mountain Institution, a federal prison just north of Winnipeg.
Pan Am Pool partially closed due to mechanical issues
Swimming lessons at the Pan Am Pool have been cancelled due to a mechanical issue with the facility’s main tank, according to the City of Winnipeg.
Birth centre could ease hospital pressure, some suggest
Heavy workload complaints in the OB/GYN and neonatal units at Winnipeg’s St. Boniface Hospital have Manitoba’s opposition politicians asking questions.
Winnipeg Target store location prompts traffic worries
A brand-new Target store that may be built in Winnipeg’s St. James area has some shoppers fearing more traffic jams in an already busy part of the city.
Winnipeg group targets food deserts
A new program started on Wednesday to help low-income families living in so-called “food deserts” in Winnipeg’s inner city.
Trash company faces penalties for poor service
The City of Winnipeg’s garbage-collection provider says the kinks in its new system will be ironed out soon, while it faces penalties if service delays continue.
Snowstorm freezes student camping trip
A group of Grade 12 students from Winnipeg got more than they bargained for when a snowstorm hit during their camping trip.
Industrial fire brings out hazmat crews
Fire and hazmat crews were called to an industrial fire on Church Avenue in Winnipeg on Wednesday.
Hydro says snowstorm cleanup at least $800k
Manitoba Hydro says the cost of repairing downed power lines after a snowstorm last Thursday will be at least $800,000.