Helping entrepreneurs turn their ideas into businesses is the topic for the first lunch series hosted by the Dauphin and District Chamber of Commerce.

Zebra mussels are now a concern for Winnipeg’s drinking water.

Rising interest rates and tighter commodity prices are some things producers should think about when making their seeding plans for the year.

21 people across the province were charged with impaired driving during the final week of the RCMP Holiday Checkstop Program

The Quadrantid Meteor shower was slated to peak last night, and it did not disappoint! 

The Bank of Canada estimates there may be 60,000 fewer jobs by 2019 due to increases to minimum wages across the country. 

People who like to smoke on public patios in Winnipeg may have to butt out starting in the spring.

Doctors are urging Manitobans to get the flu shot despite concerns that it has not been as effective in past years. 

Two 13 year old boys from Brandon are facing charges after a mountain bike was stolen from a business early Wednesday morning. 

Credit Unions in Manitoba will not be subject to new mortgage rules set by the federal government on January 1.

Community Futures Parkland is committed to helping with community and entrepreneurial development in the region.