Owen Power is expected to be the top pick when the NHL entry draft is held virtually for the second year in a row on Friday.
Help is on the way for Canadian farmers and ranchers being severely impacted by this year’s drought.
A growing number of wildfires and increasing smoke are forcing the evacuation of another Indigenous community in Manitoba.
As travel across the country ramps up, there are concerns when it comes to out-of-province visitors and what proof they will need to provide. Brittany Greenslade reports.
The top stories of the day for Thursday, July 22 on Winnipeg’s Global News at 6.
The Winnipeg Jets will kick off the 2021-2022 campaign with a three-game road trip starting against the Anaheim Ducks on Oct. 14.
The search continues on Sagkeeng First Nation for unmarked burial sites at a former residential school. Global’s Joe Scarpelli has an update.
Winnipeg GM Kevin Cheveldayoff also said he is prepared to cooperate with investigators if they ask about former Chicago Blackhawks assistant coach Brad Aldrich.
'The Winnipeg Goldeyes are ecstatic to finally return to home.'
They postponed practice until late in the day because of the poor air quality in Winnipeg on Tuesday but that didn’t stop the Blue Bombers from making some significant news in the morning. Read More
Manitoba public health officials announced 36 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday as the province's numbers continue to improve. Read More
Winnipeg has been named to TIME Magazine’s annual list of the world’s greatest places. Read More
A Carman resident says he was disturbed by the number of maskless people he saw when he recently entered a Winkler business, while Winkler’s mayor said he hopes people in this province can start to better understand why vaccine hesitancy has become such a big and divisive issue in his community. Read More
A 39-year-old man faces uttering threats charges after threatening posts were made on social media including a threat to kill an individual. Read More
A motorcyclist was killed Saturday afternoon in single-vehicle collision. Read More
Four women and one man, all from Winnipeg, have been charged with numerous firearms and weapons offences after Winnipeg Police recovered an improvised firearm during a traffic stop on Monday. Read More
Manitoba RCMP have found human remains as part of their efforts to find a Manitoba man whose disappearance last month is being investigated as a homicide. Read More
Four First Nations in Manitoba have been evacuated due to wildfires in the eastern part of the province. Read More