The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are shoring up their offensive line by bringing in city product Geoff Gray.
The Winnipeg native and former Manitoba Bison was selected by the Bombers eighth overall in the 2017 CFL Draft.
By Kelly Geraldine Malone, The Canadian Press
CHURCHILL, Man. – All it takes is a quick paddle from the western shore of Hudson Bay and the smiling, curious face of a beluga whale peeks out of the water to greet kayakers floating by.
The northern Manitoba community of Churchill is known as the polar bear capital of the world, but the largest population of beluga whales also calls its Hudson Bay coastline home.
Bell Canada is phasing out wireless service under its Bell MTS brand in Manitoba.
The telecom says when a customer on Bell MTS upgrades their wireless plan, they will be moved over to a Bell Mobility plan.
Workers at Manitoba’s Loblaw stores have ratified a new contract with their employer.
UFCW Local 832 members working for Real Canadian Superstore, Extra Foods, and No Frills ratified the five-year collective agreement with Loblaw on Sunday.
By Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press
TORONTO – Jimmy’s Cannabis will be opening its doors to the public for the first time on Oct. 17 — but it’s still not clear whether there will be any pot products on its shelves.
The Saskatchewan-based chain of recreational pot stores is one of 51 retailers to receive a store permit and is putting the finishing touches on two locations, which feature reclaimed barnwood and custom-made display cases and other details to reflect their provincial roots, said co-owner David Thomas.
By Scott Edmonds, The Canadian Press
WINNIPEG – Blake Wheeler had to be honest — it was not the Winnipeg Jets’ prettiest win. But it will do.
Bryan Little put away the winner with just over two minutes left in the third period as the Jets topped the Carolina Hurricanes 3-1 on Sunday night as Winnipeg began a six-game homestand.
By Steve Lambert, The Canadian Press
WINNIPEG – A Progressive Conservative member of the Manitoba legislature says he has no intention of stepping down after reportedly making inappropriate comments to a woman who works for the party’s caucus.
Cliff Graydon would not comment in detail on reports he suggested the woman sit on his lap during a luncheon where there was a shortage of chairs.