Leaders of Manitoba's 3 major parties face off in debate
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 18:18:41 EDT
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Man found dead inside home in Winnipeg's Inkster Industrial area, police say
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 14:00:56 EDT
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A man was found dead of an apparent homicide after tactical officers were sent to a home in Winnipeg’s Inkster Industrial area Wednesday morning. 

Manitoba's Indian community hopes tensions de-escalate as India suspends visa services for Canadians
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 19:03:06 EDT
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People from Manitoba’s Indian community are hoping tensions between Canada and India simmer down after India suspended visa services for Canadian citizens.

Futures of compost, remote work programs in question after Winnipeg city councillors delay decisions
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 19:30:56 EDT
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Winnipeg city councillors delayed decisions on a potential curbside compost program and the future of remote-work arrangements for city staff at an executive policy committee meeting on Thursday.

Probe poll extends NDP's lead over PCs to 11 percentage points
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 17:52:20 EDT
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Another survey of Manitoba voter intentions has the New Democrats well ahead of the Progressive Conservatives.

'Fear mongering' kept 1,000 kids home from Winnipeg school division, superintendent says
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 11:37:59 EDT
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A co-ordinated effort of hate and intolerance left a Winnipeg school division with more than 1,000 student absences on Wednesday, the division's superintendent says.

How to watch Volodymyr Zelenskyy's address to Parliament on CBC
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 20:00:36 EDT
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will address Parliament on Friday afternoon to rally support for continued help to repel Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Despite cloudy futures, Hellebuyck and Scheifele focused on Winnipeg Jets' upcoming season
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 18:22:59 EDT
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Winnipeg Jets starting goalie Connor Hellebuyck and top centre Mark Scheifele said their focus is on the here and now when they spoke to the media about playing on expiring contracts after the team's first on-ice session of training camp on Thursday.

Manitoba Greens pledge to drive down emissions 9% annually to meet 2030 climate targets
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 16:59:08 EDT
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Manitoba's Greens would commit to bringing greenhouse gas emissions down by nine per cent annually to meet federal 2030 targets if they were to form government — an outcome leader Janine Gibson concedes will not happen, but should not keep people from supporting her party.

PCs promise 1,600 more addictions-treatment spaces
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 13:59:35 EDT
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Manitoba's Progressive Conservatives are promising to build more addictions-treatment spaces if they're elected to a third term in October.

Liberals pledge $45M for home accessibility upgrades for seniors, expanded drug coverage
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 14:56:39 EDT
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The Manitoba Liberal Party says it would spend $45 million to create a grant program for home accessibility upgrades and restore a drugs program.

Separate random attacks in Winnipeg lead to arrests of 2 teens, 3 adults
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 13:51:59 EDT
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A man was robbed at gunpoint near The Forks and another was beaten and robbed outside a hotel near the airport in a pair of separate, random attacks in Winnipeg, police say.

As Canada moves toward 3-year training for family doctors, some worry about worsening shortages
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 04:00:00 EDT
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The College of Family Physicians of Canada wants to increase the length of a family medicine residency from two years to three, as a way of preparing doctors for more complex patients. But the plan is raising concerns it will increase the shortage of doctors at a time when some six million Canadians don't have access.

Peter Nygard pleads not guilty as Toronto sexual-assault trial begins
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 11:46:48 EDT
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Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard has pleaded not guilty to all charges against him in his Toronto sexual-assault case, as jury selection for his trial gets underway.

As expected, a rainy afternoon in Winnipeg and southeast Manitoba
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CBC meteorologist John Sauder gives you the latest Manitoba weather updates in his live blog.

Canteen worker serves up meals, guidance to Virden students after nearby First Nation gave her a home
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 06:00:00 EDT
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The canteen at Virden Collegiate Institute is a popular place to grab breakfast and lunch but it's also a place students gravitate to when they need to talk. That's where canteen worker Tina-Marie Lindzen, a former teenage professional wrestler, comes in.

Leaders of Manitoba's major parties face off in TV debate as election period enters final stretch
Thu, 21 Sep 2023 06:00:00 EDT
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With the Oct. 3 election less than two weeks away, the leaders of Manitoba's three major political parties met face-to-face during a debate hosted by CBC Manitoba on Thursday night.

Protests over LGBTQ rights in schools come to a head in Manitoba
Wed, 20 Sep 2023 17:23:40 EDT
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Chants of "leave the kids alone" were met with counter-protesters' chants of "protect trans kids"outside the Manitoba Legislature on Wednesday, as hundreds took part in a protest against LGBTQ-inclusive education and sex ed policies in schools.

Manitoba may not cover costs of RSV vaccines until next year's respiratory virus season
Wed, 20 Sep 2023 19:33:44 EDT
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Manitoba's top doctor says the province is awaiting federal guidance in 2024 before it decides whether to cover the cost of respiratory syncytial virus vaccines, but one Winnipegger says the price of the vaccine is a barrier for many seniors like her.

Former law school dean filed fake expense claims, racked up charges at Winnipeg café, disciplinary panel told
Wed, 20 Sep 2023 19:21:41 EDT
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A former University of Manitoba law school dean is accused of misappropriating close to half a million dollars out of a university endowment fund and racking up dozens of charges at a Winnipeg board game café on the school's dime.