Tomorrow and Saturday in Brandon and Virden, Prairie Mountain Health will be hosting forty eight students from the Max Rady College of Medicine for a workshop.

Carbon pricing is a hot topic among Manitoba farmers, and it's one the next generation is honing in on.

Coming to Dauphin this Friday and Saturday will be an Antiques and Collectibles show.

The Manitoba Young Farmers Conference begins this afternoon, immediately following Keystone Agricultural Producers’ general meeting.

Colder temperatures are in the forecast, however frozen ice around the Parkland could still be quite unstable.

The ball is rolling for a Citizens on Patrol group in Dauphin.

On today's AG Show we'll be listening live to 730 CKDM News Director Mark McAvoy who's currently on location at Keystone Agriculture Producers of Manitoba's Annual Meeting in Winnipeg.

The Manitoba government has appointed eight new individuals to the Manitoba Women's Advisory Council.

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Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has recently been under fire for comments he previously said about hunting at night.

After asking residents who were interested in phase two of their water pipeline, the RM of Dauphin has fewer responses than they anticipated.

The Manitoba Government will be introducing a Key Performance Indicator (KPI) as a means of defining, implementing and tracking progress on reducing red tape and regulatory requirements.