Winnipeg's taxi industry is lashing out over the way city hall moving to change the industry.

Mountain View School Division received a large rebate from the Schools Insurance Program run by the Manitoba school Board Association.

2017 recorded one of the lightest hail claim years in 8 years.

A family from Waterhen is celebrating after learning that a decision on their application for residency has been reversed.

The Bank of Canada is sticking with its trend-setting interest rate of 1%.  

134 members of Prairie Mountain Credit union attended last night’s AGM where they voted in favor of a merger with Sunrise Credit Union.

Grandview HealthCare Solutions has submitted another petition to Liberal MLA Jon Gerrard to present in the legislature today.

An assault with a knife in Winnipeg last night left a 30-year-old man in hospital.

Students at Brandon University are concerned after  posters promoting white supremacy started appearing on the university's campus.

Manitoba families with multiple vehicles could soon be paying more to insure them.

The grand opening of the new Ashcroft vision Care building in Dauphin takes place tonight.

The event begins at 6 and runs until 8, with tours of the new facility.

 

Dr. Ashcroft encourages everyone to come out and check out the new facility.