Manitoba’s deputy premier says the province has close to 3,000 doses of AstraZeneca that are set to expire in the next few days.
The prime minister's Special Representative for the Prairies says critical care nurses and military personnel will be sent to help Manitoba through the third wave of COVID-19.
Two adults and a toddler are dead following a mobile home fire near a small Manitoba community.
A Manitoba Indigenous community is taking the province to court over a $453-million power transmission project it says it wasn't properly consulted on before construction started last summer.
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister, saying he needs a new mandate from voters after fulfilling key promises from his last campaign, has moved up the provincial election by more than a year.
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister gave his strongest signal yet of an early election, as the spring sitting of the legislature wound down Monday before the summer break.
While plenty of people across Canada are seeing the seasons slowly changing, Miami, Man. was the unwelcome recipient of a late spring snow storm.
The best friend of a Manitoba Indigenous woman killed during a botched robbery looked at a man found guilty in the death and asked how a life could be worth only $45.
Manitoba is taking a hard look at youth justice and its connection to child welfare after a study found more than half of kids incarcerated had also been in care.
An Indigenous mother whose newborn baby was seized by social workers as she recovered in a Winnipeg hospital says she was blindsided, and did not deserve to be treated the way she was.
More public-sector job cuts appear to be looming in Manitoba, and a long-standing ban on civil service layoffs is about to expire.