Manitoba crime stoppers are requesting the assistance of the community in the ongoing investigation of a murder that took place more than 10 years ago.

The City of Dauphin is waiting for the results of an appeal of recent population census data.

The City of Dauphin is planning to wait for all information on cannabis legalization to be released before they make any decisions on the matter.

An Anglican priest in Manitoba is facing a sentencing hearing next month after he admitted to using a church credit card to make more than 190-thousand dollars in private purchases. 

 

Small rural communities are not the only ones worried about ambulance services.

A fire in Brandon that destroyed a home last week has been deemed to be deliberate.

Churchill, Manitoba will hold a public forum this afternoon on whether marijuana should be for sale in the town once it becomes legal next year.

Manitoba is now the only province to hold out on signing in agreement to the federal government’s marijuana tax plan.

Local MLA Brad Michaleski announced yesterday that eight programs received a total of 120 thousand, five hundred and ninety five dollars in funding.

Dauphin’s new mayor is getting ready to chair his first general city council meeting this evening.

Two men involved in a shooting in Melville in November appeared in court today.