The amount of calls CAA has received in the Parkland because of the extreme temperatures has increased.

Having no water come out of the taps at this time of year can be a real nightmare.

For-profit medical services are a concern with Health Canada.

Education and awareness about drug addictions is kicking off in Brandon in the New Year.

With these extreme cold temperatures, CAA has seen a big jump in the number of vehicles that won’t start.

While pet owners try to keep their cats and dogs safe from the extreme cold, livestock are also at an increased risk. 

A fatality and four people are in hospital following a collision yesterday involving a Manitoba plated vehicle on the TransCanada Highway in BC.

2 pickup trucks collided yesterday afternoon close to the junction of Ochre River on Highway 5.

The legalized selling of marijuana in Manitoba is one step closer.

The Extreme Cold Warning is back in effect in the Parkland region for the weekend.

An 85-year-old man from Roblin died in a house fire on Boxing Day.