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.