Dauphin, Canada

Four Manitoba fishers are owed over $1 million dollars from Northern Walleye Inc.

Young farmers attending Manitoba Ag Days this week have the chance to win a trip of a lifetime.

For those needing their Canadian Birth Certificate, a Citizens’ Bridge ID Clinic is being held in Dauphin.

If you are interested in learning about art over the lunch hour, the Watson Art Centre is holding an exciting event today.

Violent incidents in hospitals are on the rise because of increased drug use.

Main Street South improvements and upgrades in Dauphin are in the works. 

Manitoba Health reports that there has been double the number of deaths this week from the flu compared to the previous week.

A couple from Ebb and Flow and Pine Creek First Nations is sharing their culture at The Forks.

A fatal collision in Ontario claimed the life of a 31 year old Portage la Prairie man and his 13 year old daughter.

ACC is working with Long Plain First Nation, just southwest of Portage La Prairie, on an applied counseling certificate program.

Starting tomorrow you can reserve camping sites in Riding Mountain National Park.