Happy International Human Rights Day! In our last installment of Our City this Week, good deeds and outreach initiatives abound! Also in this week’s news, a $5 million dollar donation is put towards making Winnipeg a human rights research hub, a federal agreement is made with Manitoba chiefs, a new Senator from Manitoba is named, and much more.
In this week’s news, students give O’ Canada a shake-up, Justin Trudeau delivers a historic apology but non-binary Canadians say struggle is ongoing, 2 new support lines are rolled out, and much more.
There are 10 people missing right now potentially in Winnipeg. Also in this week’s news, Canada announces a housing strategy, Manitoba gets a failing grade for child poverty, Winnipeg raises transit prices, the CMHR is called out for one particular exhibit, and much more.
There are 10 people missing right now potentially in Winnipeg & turtle meets reindeer in this year’s Santa Claus Parade, a receptionist alleges sexual harassment by a doctor, a white nationalist is shut down in Winnipeg, and much more in this weeks’ news.
There are 9 people missing right now potentially in Winnipeg. Also in this week’s news, a homeless camp causes strife for nearby businesses, public-private is the name of the game for both the WRHA and cannabis legislation, Manitoba Senators win a fight about the Indian Act, a judge could set a precedent on child pornography case, and much more.
There are 8 people missing right now potentially in Winnipeg. Also in this week’s news, a crowdfunding blitz raises more than 50k in two weeks, Princeton students come to learn from Winnipeg, a nurse fears for patient safety and more.
In this week’s news, Pallister finally reveals his climate plan (although it’s missing key details), the National Homelessness conference takes place in Winnipeg, a man just wants to die, the letter bomber trial and Kelvin high school murder trial are underway, and much more.
We have all of the coverage on the MMIWG Inquiry hearings in Winnipeg. Also in this week’s news, an “ashamed” U of M student returns his degree, Manitobans hate Pallister’s health tax, a former cop is sentenced for recording nude images of his children, and more.
In this week’s news, one local business gives away its leftover food, a historic school system opens, a cop that was allegedly impaired is charged in a fatal hit and run, Manitoba releases its expert legal opinion on the climate plan, and more.
In this week’s news, a settlement is made with -some, but not all – Sixties Scoop survivors, a KPMG report makes several suggestions for further cuts, the courts are brimming with instances of inappropriate relationships, the legislature reconvenes and shows off its improved accessible chambers, and much more.
In this week’s news, Jets Captain Blake Wheeler sounds off on Trump, an arrest of a Winnipeg firefighter brings a new wave of tips, tattoo parlors and musicians join forces to raise money for a widow’s legal fees, and more.
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.
This week’s headlines respond to Pallister’s latest stream of cuts, which will impact therapists – and those who use their services – as well as newborn moms! Also in this week’s headlines are a new type of yoga, a new neighbourhood patrol, Steinbach’s second Pride march, and more!
In this week’s headlines, dozens of restaurants stop serving straws, the police ask for help on a number of cases, U of M students get worried, and more.
Cybertip is concerned about Snapchat’s new feature, Shoal Lake 40 First Nation has a long-awaited celebration, many thoughts are shared on Canada150, and more in this week’s headlines.
In this week’s headlines, LGBT families file a human rights complaint against school curriculums, the University of Winnipeg chooses not to fully divest from fossil fuels, St. Boniface Hospital bans medically-assisted deaths, the conversation on Churchill heats up, and more!
In this week’s headlines, two instances of bathroom creeping has women on alert, climate change research is postponed due to climate change, the famous frostbitten refugee is granted protection, and more!
In this week’s headlines, cuts to rent-assist and healthcare have very real effects on WInnipeggers, businesses call for more recycling bins on Broadway, Pallister’s commemorative bike ride is questioned, and more.
Amidst the discussion about whether to allow cops to participate in the Pride Parade, someone was arrested in the lead-up to the first Trans March. Also in this week’s headlines, more cuts occurred – to chiropractic coverage and a restorative justice program – and MMIWG families retied red ribbons to a bridge after they were removed by the province.
This week’s headlines include cuts to a women’s centre and a senior’s crime prevention program, a soup kitchen receives unexpected donations of over $50 thousand, and Pride Winnipeg kicks off – with a two-spirit powwow for the first time!
Ample concerns raising about the MMIWG Inquiry, the government denies funding for much-needed shelter beds, environmentalists caution against entombing a nuclear waste site, and more in this week’s headlines.
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