Can you sue the provincial government?
Long-time Stonewall resident Mike Green has been missing since Tuesday, Dec, 3. Anyone who may have seen, or has any knowledge of the 60-year-old Gree
A City of Winnipeg committee has advanced its chair’s plan to close access from city streets to a proposed East St. Paul shopping centre.
There were 1,000 local government elected officials from across the province debating and voting on 39 resolutions to change the way municipalities op
Injuries reported in vehicle crash
Planning and research to preserve Cedar Bog Trail in Birds Hill Provincial Park is now a viable reality.
The battle has ended between the 12 teams that competed in the 2013 Rings of Steel rignette tournament in Selkirk.
The Selkirk Fishermen’s five-game winning streak ended at the end of the month.
The Selkirk Steelers got back on their game, posting a win against the Winnipeg Blues.
Local community groups and initiatives are on track to receive about $190,000 this year, of which more than $74,000 was recently awarded.
Municipalities are sick of taxing their ratepayers twice when it comes to Provincial Sales Tax (PST), which is why there were two resolutions sponsore
The free portion of the Triple S Fair and Rodeo will not only be more publicized next year, but it will be a returning feature to the staple event in