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4 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
WINNIPEG, Manitoba , Dec. 6 -- The Canola Council of Canada issued the following news release: News that the 2013 canola harvest reached nearly 18 million tonnes is a sign that the industry is continuing to gain momentum, the Canola Council of Canada said today.
Is racial profiling justified?
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9 hrs ago | WNYC-AM New York
Right now I am listening to a most unique version of a melody from Carmen. I wonder if you ever play the song from Carmen Jones.
13 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
Buildings ringing Tianfu Square in Chengdu put on a light show after dark. CHENGDU, China -- I arrived in Chengdu so exhausted I remember nothing about that night except thinking, as we drove up a broad avenue lined with buildings alive with moving light shows, I had mistakenly landed in Las Vegas.
17 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
Welfare recipients in Manitoba get enough money for a bare-bones existence but they live far below several different poverty lines.
21 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
In a perfect world, every Manitoban would own a waterproof, breathable and fully insulated storm suit capable of withstanding the worst imaginable winter weather without causing a single bead of sweat to emerge from any pore.
Three-month-old Bailey Phillips in a photo shown during a teleconference from an isolation unit at the Health Sciences Centre.
Canada's ambassador to the United States took aim at American politics Friday by saying the country has spent the last four years lurching from one budgetary crisis to the next and by criticizing the influence money has on politicians.
Three Canadian Armed Forces leaders are being recognized among Canada's top 100 most powerful women by the Women's Executive Network this month .
A shotgun stolen from a residence on Nairn Avenue over four years ago may be the weapon in a recent shooting, say Winnipeg police.
CentreVenture Development Corporation is working on a deal to sell the St. Regis Hotel, a Smith Street property it acquired for $5 million in 2012.
Brandon Police Service Staff Sgt. Rod Koscielny recently received the Provincial Excellence in Law Enforcement Award, which recognizes officers who have made outstanding contributions to the community and public safety.
Roughly one in four Winnipeggers suffers from anxiety or depression, a remarkably high figure that hasn't improved much in the last decade.
Former South African president Nelson Mandela, seen in this 2010 photograph, died on Thursday at the age of 95. The death of Nelson Mandela, South Africa's anti-apartheid hero and former president, is being mourned by many in Manitoba, including those who have met him.
The Conservative majority on a House of Commons committee has shot down an NDP proposal to have Ontario provincial officials appear to testify about the Ring of Fire resource development in northern Ontario, The Canadian Press has learned.
Venture out of the Beach and you might end up hating a whack of Canadian cities.
In conjunction with Hirsch , Alon Nashman's one-man play currently running at the Tom Hendry Warehouse Theatre, Cinematheque is offering a night of films about the legendary co-founder of the Manitoba Theatre Centre.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Winnipeg police Chief Devon Clunis said he realized it was important for him to address the police response to the Gibson family tragedy.