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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.
RCMP say one person has been killed in a two-vehicle crash involving an ambulance in western Manitoba.
A charge of manslaughter has been laid in the death of a man from northern Manitoba.
The Manitoba government is promising to cut wait times for hip and knee replacements as well as for cataract surgeries.
A Manitoba government backbencher is once again holding a fundraising event at a squash club that doesn't allow women to become members.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is to visit the northern Manitoba community of Churchill today as residents celebrate the arrival of the first train to roll into town in more than a year.
Following an hours-long standoff, a fourth suspect was taken into custody Thursday afternoon after an RCMP officer was shot while responding to a report of a break-in near Onanole, Man.
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has made major changes to his cabinet at the midway point of his mandate, swapping ministers in Health, Finance and other high-profile portfolios.
Manitoba Liberals won a key provincial byelection Tuesday night, securing a legislature seat for their new leader, Dougald Lamont, and gaining official party status and the funding that comes with it.