WINNIPEG — After a cruel taste of wintry weather on Saturday, a late spring snowstorm is in the cards for Monday.
Environment Canada is calling for 5-10 centimetres of snow for the city and a high of 0°C.
By The Canadian Press
WINNIPEG – One of the candidates for the leadership of Manitoba’s New Democratic Party is dropping out of the race.
Michelle McHale says she is no longer running because of personal health concerns, which she did not specify.
WINNIPEG — Hopefully, you haven’t changed out your winter tires just yet.
Winnipeg woke up on a Saturday in mid-April to falling flakes mixed with rain, which later just turned into a steady stream of snow falling to the ground. Spring, right?
A new study shows Winnipeg’s James Richardson International Airport carries a $3.37 billion economic footprint.
The study, conducted by InterVISTAS Consulting Inc., says the airport also contributes $1.54 billion in GDP. The figures are based on 2016 business.
By Steve Lambert, The Canadian Press
WINNIPEG – The first candidate to step forward for the Manitoba Liberal Party leadership launched her bid Friday by arriving at a news conference on a motorcycle and touting her youth as an asset.
Cindy Lamoureux, a 25-year-old political rookie first elected to the legislature last April, said she has the enthusiasm to build up a party that captured three seats in the last election.
WINNIPEG — Three local employers are doing their part to incorporate a sustainable workplace and do what’s best for the environment.
As part of the 2017 Canada’s Greenest Employers competition, Assiniboine Credit Union, Manitoba Hydro and Red River College are the three Winnipeg winners out of 100 throughout Canada.
Looking for something to do on Earth Day on Saturday? The Forks is hosting four, 40-minute eco tours.
Paul Jordan, CEO of The Forks, says the tours teach visitors about clean energy and how to help the Earth stay green.
By Sarah Klein
WINNIPEG — Maxim Transportation Services Inc. has been slapped with a hefty fine after one of its workers was burned on the job.
Workplace Safety and Health says the incident happened September 10, 2014 when an employee was using an oxygen acetylene cutting torch to cut a hole on the top of a metal 45-gallon barrel. Flammable contents were still present in the barrel, setting off flames to the worker’s face and left forearm once the torch pierced the top of the container.
WINNIPEG — The province’s first dedicated outlet shopping centre is just under two weeks away from opening its doors to eager shoppers.
Outlet Collection Winnipeg, in the city’s southwest, will boast 400,000-square-feet with up to 100 retailers under its roof.
DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse, F21 Red, Saks OFF 5TH, Old Navy, Nike and Winners are the six anchor tenants previously announced to bolster the centre’s retail offerings.
By The Canadian Press
WINNIPEG – Scientists in Winnipeg appear to have developed a new weapon in the battle against antibiotic-resistant infections.
Researchers at St. Boniface Hospital and the University of Manitoba have developed a drug that prevents harmful bacteria from growing without affecting healthy cells.