WINNIPEG — Extending your boating season into the fall takes a little more caution than during long, warm summer days.
By Brett Bundale, The Canadian Press
An air passenger rights advocate has filed a regulatory complaint against Swoop Inc. claiming the new low-cost airline is unlawfully charging baggage fees.
In a complaint to the Canadian Transportation Agency, Gabor Lukacs says the commercial carrier is flouting Canadian law by failing to offer passengers a basic fare that includes a carry-on and a checked bag.
By Judy Owen, The Canadian Press
WINNIPEG – Quarterbacks Matt Nichols and Johnny Manziel have a lot to prove tonight.
Nichols wants to help end the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ four-game losing skid with a victory over Manziel and his Montreal Alouettes, and ensure he doesn’t get pulled at halftime like he did in a 32-27 loss to Saskatchewan on Sept. 8.
A social networking app, that was once synonymous with dating, wants to show Winnipeggers that it’s much more than a tool for finding romance.
Bumble boasts more than 36 million users, who now use it to network (Bumble Bizz) and find friends (Bumble BFF). And yes, you can still use it to find a date.
You will soon be able to satisfy your craving for a Cheese Nip downtown again.
Salisbury House, the iconic Winnipeg restaurant chain, is opening a new location at 177 Lombard Avenue.
Four Manitoba entrepreneurs in the food and beverage industry have received a boost after competing in the 12th annual Great Manitoba Food Fight.
The annual competition is sponsored by the province in partnership with De Luca’s Specialty Food Store and Food and Beverage Manitoba. It supports small and medium-sized agri-processors in Manitoba and helps to accelerate the rate of commercialization and growth in the food and beverage sector.
By The Canadian Press
Ondrej Pavelec, who was a workhorse in the Jets’ goal after the NHL franchise moved from Atlanta to Winnipeg, announced his retirement Thursday.
The 31-year-old from Kladno, Czech Republic, made the announcement in a statement through his agent, Allan Walsh. He had a record of 156-167-48 and a goals-against average of 2.88 over 11 NHL seasons.
By The Canadian Press
OTTAWA – An arbitrator has released a ruling in a long-standing pay equity dispute at Canada Post that gives rural carriers a hefty pay increase.
A spokesman for the Crown agency says a preliminary review of the ruling indicates rural and suburban postal workers, known as RSMCs, could see a 25-per-cent hike in their wages, plus increases in other benefits.