HALIFAX – Astronomers have discovered the beginnings of a gigantic “cosmic pileup” in the far reaches of the universe that has never been seen before and could form one of the largest structures in the cosmos.
The team of Canadian and international scientists used a powerful telescope in Chile to make the startling finding that involves the “impending collision of 14 young, starbursting galaxies” that will become a massive galaxy cluster.
WINNIPEG — A new report from the Manitoba Nurses Union says the province isn’t doing enough to ensure staffing levels are maintained in personal care homes.
The report, entitled The Future of Long-Term Care is Now, recommends the province amend existing staffing guidelines to ensure every licensed personal care home provides a minimum of 4.1 direct care hours per resident per day.
Two people were sent to hospital early Thursday when a sedan and a dump truck collided at the intersection of Grant Avenue and Elmhurst Road.
Winnipeg police say the crash happened at around 12:35 a.m., sending a man and his female passenger to hospital. One person was originally listed in critical condition, while the other was said to be unstable. Police say both have since been upgraded to stable condition.
WINNIPEG — The city is mulling over the idea of relocating its heliport, used by the Insect Control Branch, to make way for the future expansion of bus rapid transit, ChrisD.ca has learned.
The heliport on Grey Street currently serves as the launching pad for the City of Winnipeg‘s airborne mosquito larviciding operations. Winnipeg police and STARS air ambulance also occasionally use the site.
Hockey fans have been stressing out over when the Winnipeg Jets will play each game in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. But now we know.
The NHL finalized the schedule late Wednesday, tearing back the curtain on when and where the series will be played. All away games can be viewed at Bell MTS Place as part of the recently-announced Whiteout Viewing Party. Tickets go on sale Thursday at 1 p.m.