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Province cuts ties with Winnipeg foster home operator after teens given marijuana daily
The Manitoba government is cutting ties with a private foster home operator and has asked police to investigate after learning the home was giving underage teens unauthorized cannabis as a form of harm reduction.
'We are short on water': Morden seeks additional source as droughts become more frequent
A southern Manitoba city that recently declared itself to be in a moderate drought stage after a drier than normal winter says it needs more funding from other levels of government if it is going to weather the continuing effects of climate change.
Manitoba Public Insurance suing Ford over 8 vehicle fires, saying block heaters were at fault
Manitoba Public Insurance has launched another lawsuit against Ford, alleging faulty block heaters caused fires that destroyed eight vehicles in the province.
Time to take back land donated for long-delayed Upper Fort Garry interpretive centre, councillor says
A Winnipeg city councillor says it's time to take back land given to a volunteer group 15 years ago for a historical interpretive centre near Upper Fort Garry that has not yet materialized.
Misericordia Terrace offers new affordable housing for older adults in West Broadway
Residents say the vibrant neighbourhood and strong sense of community help them stay active and feel at home. CBC's Emily Brass toured the facility on its grand opening.
Efficiency Manitoba ready for 'renewed' mandate with new focus on reducing electricity demand
Winnipeg Jets win 4th straight, complete season sweep of visiting St. Louis Blues
Cocaine worth $9M found in unclaimed suitcases at Winnipeg airport
Manitoba approves $710M in emergency funds for health-care staffing challenges
Corporate pressure led Shoppers Drug Mart staff to bill unnecessary medication reviews, pharmacists say
Fire rips through warehouse in Winnipeg's North End
Winnipeg Jets not in 'crisis' despite low ticket sales: NHL commissioner
Animal rights groups get rare authorization for private prosecution in live-horse export case
Man accused of lighting Winnipeg house on fire as police tried to arrest him
Police find body of missing 19-year-old man from The Pas
Custodians at Seine River School Division accept new 4-year contract, ending strike: union
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