This week’s news features a human library, all of the coverage on Wab Kinew, a First Nation that has 100s of kids not in school due to one problem, local messages of both love and hate for newcomers, and much more.
In this week’s news, Winnipeggers eat in the dark, Wab is elected NDP leader, Steve Kirby allegations come to light, health-care premiums are considered, and more.
In this week’s news, Riding Mountain sets a new first, the police pay up to 5x more to use a brand-name product, Winnipeg responds to white supremacy, and more.
We’ve gathered all of the info on the wildfire evacuees from Wasagamack, St. Theresa Point, and Garden Hil First Nations. Also in this week’s news, a counter-protest against hate is planned, Winnipeggers react to crises in Sierra Leone, North Dakota and Houston, we finally get a look at what Pallister is thinking re: a carbon tax, and much more!
Fundraisers galore in this week’s news! Birthday cakes, video game marathons, free wedding dresses, a camel toe cup and more!
In this week’s news, racism graffiti emerges in Winnipeg, one non-profit gets an unexpected gift from the Canada Games, St. Boniface residents face toxic metals in soil, a tearful reunion occurs at the airport, and much more.
In this week’s news, the 2020 Outgames are out, Parker land protests continue, an Indigenous man receives a rude awakening by a transit driver, questions remain about Pallister’s communication while in Costa Rica and much more.
In this week’s news, Pallister is questioned for his communication tactics in Costa Rica, pushed to put a price on carbon, and his continued healthcare cuts are protested.
In this week’s headlines, the Parker protests heat up, a strike begins at the airport, an Alopecia Foundation is stunned, and Manitoba women’s health gets worse.
A coalition goes head to head with Manitoba Hydro, a Winnipeg refugees’ son is rescued from ISIS, and more cuts coming to healthcare – including what’s being called “an assault on women’s health” – in this week’s news.