RCMP investigating truck driver who went through blockade in Manitoba
An investigation is underway by the RCMP after a truck driver decided not to stop as he came to a group of protestors in Manitoba.
Canadians are dangerously misinformed about the Holocaust: poll
During WWII the Nazis murdered approximately six million Jewish people, almost two-thirds of the Jewish population in Europe.
Damned if you do, damned if you doughnut—Trudeau’s latest debacle
Trudeau purchased some doughnuts recently at a local doughnut shop in Winnipeg and Twitter went wild over him not shopping at Tim Hortons.
Tim Hortons employees strike over 30 cent raise dispute
Tim Hortons employees in Winnipeg went on strike on Friday because they wanted a raise of 30 cents an hour, but their employer was only willing to give 20.
Winnipeg breaks own homicide record with 42nd death
Manitoba’s capital has broken its own homicide record set in 2011.
Penalties for impaired driving increase in Manitoba today
Drinking and driving will have more consequences in Manitoba going forward.
Canada to face extreme cold and deep freeze this week
Temperatures could hit the low -20s C, which, combined with wind, creates a wind chill approaching -40 C.
Manitoba’s largest meth bust in history just happened
Almost $7 million of drugs have been taken off Manitoba’s streets.
Canadian tech founder starts “venture builder” for Prairies
Western Canada has a new group dedicated to helping founders with disruptive ideas go big without leaving the area.