Local News
Freezing Rain Ices Roads
Heavy Snowfall Expected
Forklift Falls on Man
Freezing Rain Possible
CAA on Hwy 1 Speed Increase
Fall Session Kicks Off
Throne Speech Delivered
Flu Shot Stats
Throne Speech Today
Road Deaths Lowest in 20 Yrs.
Bench Installation Approved
Ice Pileup Possible
Bear Causes Scare
Beausejour Armed Robbery
Junk Mail Solution
Healthy Start in Riverton
Provincial News
Rollover Injures Driver
Forklift Falls on Man
Four Vehicle Crash
Manitoba MP Cleared
Harper Meets Savers
RRC Bomb Threat
Sioux Valley Policing
Man Completes Walk
Jets Ticket Controversy
AFM Head Stepping Down
Aggressive Approach Needed
Diversion Compensation
Ice Bucket Challenge Results
Emergency Housing Overhaul
Maryk Facing New Charges
Student Robbed
Frozen Pipe Tally
Ice Pileup Possible
G20 Important for MB Canola
Jewelry Store Theft
Prison Sought for HIV+ Man
Polo Park Road Upgrade Delays
National News
Gun Seized at N.S. School
More Cosby Allegations
Roofs Collapsing in Buffalo
International News


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Freezing Rain Ices Roads Highways in the Interlake are still reported as slippery after a band of freezing rain coated just a ...(Full Story) Heavy Snowfall Expected The season’s first heavy snowfall is expected to hit the Interlake this weekend. Environment Canad ...(Full Story) Forklift Falls on Man A man is dead following a tragic workplace accident in the RM of Springfield. Police were called ear ...(Full Story) Freezing Rain Possible Driving could get treacherous in parts of western and central Manitoba today as several areas are no ...(Full Story) CAA on Hwy 1 Speed Increase CAA Manitoba says it supports the Manitoba government’s move to raise the speed limit to 110 km/h ...(Full Story) Fall Session Kicks Off The fall session of the Manitoba legislature is now underway. The shortened legislative session kick ...(Full Story)

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