This year’s Pride Winnipeg Festival is all about inclusion for those experiencing the event for the first time.
“My First Pride” is the theme of the upcoming festival, May 25 to June 3.
WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s chief medical examiner has called inquests into the deaths last year of two Winnipeg men who died in separate shooting incidents involving city police.
Adrian Lacquette, who was 23, died Sept. 13 from multiple gunshot wounds during an altercation with police, who were conducting a criminal investigation at the time.
By Judy Owen, The Canadian Press
WINNIPEG – Tyler Myers knows he’s about to take part in a marquee playoff matchup that will send one very good team home for the summer.
The Winnipeg defenceman just hopes it’s not his Jets.
By The Canadian Press
TORONTO – Toronto police say another person has died following an incident in which a van struck multiple pedestrians north of the city, bringing the death toll to 10.
Police Chief Mark Saunders says a suspect has been arrested in connection with the incident.
Winnipeg golfers can tee up a shot at a number of city-run golf courses beginning this week.
Harbour View Golf Course and Recreation Complex opens for the season on Thursday, April 26, along with Kildonan Park Golf Course.
People in Osborne Village area were told to seek immediate shelter Sunday night when audio of an imminent nuclear attack was broadcast over a loud speaker.
Police responded to the area at around 9:20 p.m. and the audio ended.
The City of Winnipeg is making it easier for cyclists to register their rides in the event they are ever lost or stolen.
A new online bike registry service has been launched, where owners can submit their bike’s serial number, along with photos, to a centralized system. A one-time fee of $6.60 per bike applies. Recovered bikes are then returned to their owners at no additional cost.
The province has established a working group to evaluate the Manitoba Film and Video Production Tax Credit.
Culture and Heritage Minister Cathy Cox says the group will offer its advice on improving the tax credit program to help expand the province’s thriving film industry.