The newest mural to pop up in Winnipeg’s West End is a throwback to the city’s early industry and manufacturing sector.
Local artist Dave Carty, with the help of artist Tom Andrich, painted the mural at the St. Matthews and Wall Street. The wall is part of Auto Parts Central, and commemorates the early industrial days of Winnipeg that helped create the broad economic base of present day.
VANCOUVER – There was once a galaxy of sunflower sea stars in the Salish Sea off the British Columbia and Washington state coasts, but a new study says their near disappearance from the ocean floor should be of special concern.
Researchers at the University of California, Davis, say a wasting disease that impacted many star fish from Alaska to Mexico was devastating for the sunflower sea star.
Manitoba RCMP is investigating after two dogs from Clanwilliam went missing before one of them was discovered dead days later.
The dogs went missing from the community, roughly 230 km northwest of Winnipeg, on October 19. Dog kennels on the property were damaged when police arrived. Two dogs, a Norwegian Elkhound Husky Cross named Duke, and a Norwegian Elkhound Border Collie Cross named Duchess, were gone.
SAINT JOHN, N.B. – Two suspects in a string of nationwide jewelry heists appeared briefly Wednesday in a New Brunswick provincial court facing diamond-theft charges.
Seventy-year-old Grigori Zaharov and 44-year-old Natalia Feldman of Vaughan, Ont., were arrested last week outside a Vaughan condo tower and flown back to New Brunswick, where they are charged with theft over $5,000.
WINNIPEG — From the driver’s seat to the studio, Trevor Dineen is about to jump into a new role behind the mic for a national radio audience.
The CBC Radio One traffic reporter is one-half of “Now or Never,” premiering on Sunday, October 30 with co-host Ify Chiwetelu. The weekly Winnipeg-produced show will venture out to meet Canadians who are deeply motivated to make a real change.