A Manitoba woman is among two new independent senators appointed to the Upper Chamber by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

When it comes to tax money from the legalized sale of marijuana, the federal government is willing to give provinces and territories a bigger share of the revenue.

The C.P. Rail Holiday Train is arriving in Yorkton today for the first time ever.

The Public Utilities Board begins hearings  today into a rate application by Manitoba Hydro that would see electricity rates rise by 7.9 per cent through to 2019.

Investigators say a missing teen who was found dead north of Garden Hill First Nation in Manitoba may have been trying to walk to another community.

Dozens of volunteers in Winnipeg crocheted heaps of plastic bags over the weekend into sleeping mats for the homeless.

RCMP  have laid charges in connection to a shooting in Portage La Prairie.

A man is in custody following an incident in Brandon early Friday morning.

More off-duty Winnipeg Police Service officers have been arrested for impaired-driving offences in 2017 than in the previous 10 years combined.

Winnipeg has announced new rules for the taxi industry that will allow ride hailing services like Uber and Lyft to operate.

2018 will be a promising year for families wanting to explore Canada's national parks.