WINNIPEG – An investigation has determined that bullying by senior managers at a Winnipeg-based cannabis producer and demands on supply after legalization contributed to unauthorized weed being shipped to some stores.
Health Canada issued a recall earlier this month for two strains of Bonify cannabis products that were being sold at three stores in Saskatchewan.
WINNIPEG — Employees at two Stella’s Cafe & Bakery locations have voted to unionize.
The move to join UFCW Local 832 comes after recent allegations of sexual harassment and assault within the popular Winnipeg chain. Two top executives have since been released from the restaurant and an HR firm was brought in to recommend operational and policy changes.
WINNIPEG — With Christmas just a few days away, Winnipeg shoppers will be hitting the malls Friday to check off those last-minute gifts from their list.
Record-setting sales are predicted today, as the Friday before Christmas is generally the busiest shopping day of the year. It’s also typically too late to order gifts online to receive them in time before Christmas Day.
The holidays are a time to get together with loved ones and friends and celebrate the spirit of the season. As many take time off from work, school and their everyday schedules, many city services are also taking a break.
Here’s what’s open, closed or operating with reduced hours in Winnipeg on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
WINNIPEG – Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says his government will enforce a cannabis retailers’ fee on First Nations store owners in the new year, setting up another potential clash with Indigenous leaders.
The Progressive Conservative government is requiring all cannabis retailers to pay what it calls a social responsibility fee. The levy amounts to six per cent of each retailer’s total annual revenues, starting in 2019. The annual fee is to be paid within six months after the year ends.