Thursday May 16
RCMP members found hunting on the job, falsifying details
An RCMP civilian pilot in Manitoba used the police force's airplane, snowmobile and vehicle to go caribou hunting.
Sun May 12, 2013
Wall of ice damages or destroys 27 homes on Canadian lake shore
Strong winds pushed up a wall of ice up to 30 feet high onto the shore of Canada's Lake Dauphin, damaging or destroying 27 homes, officials say.
Sat May 11, 2013
Wall of ice on Manitoba lake demolishes summer homes as residents flee
Ever since her daughter Amanda committed suicide after being sexually exploited and bullied online, Carol Todd has been seeking meetings with anyone empowered to put an end to cyberbullying.
Wall of ice destroys Manitoba homes
A local state of emergency has been declared in a western Manitoba municipality after homes in Ochre Beach were destroyed and seriously damaged by a wave of lake ice.
Fri May 10, 2013
Third of Manitoba's communities missed out
A third of Manitoba's communities won't get a snapshot of their populations from the new National Household Survey because too few people answered the questionnaire.
Wed May 08, 2013
Tory heartland hit the hardest with loss of long-form census data
The federal government's decision to axe the long-form census has left parts of the Conservative heartland in western and rural Canada without some of the newest data on how its population is changing.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
The Philipine Reporter
Enverga holds dialogue with Pinoys in Neepawa, Manitoba
Senator Tobias Enverga, Jr. with Briese Stuart ; Manitoba MLA ; Robert Sopuck, MP and Neepawa, Manitoba Mayor Ken Waddell after a roundtable meeting with Filipino workers and company executives at the HyLifea Foods, , a federally-certified, modern pork processing facility, which employs 900 workers in Manitoba.