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Father pleads guilty to stabbing death of 3-year-old girl in Winnipeg

WINNIPEG — A man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of his three-year-old daughter. Frank Nausigimana, who is 29, was arrested in Winnipeg last July in the death of his daughter Jemimah.
Manitoba government says proposed changes will make liquor sales more convenient

Manitoba government says proposed changes will make liquor sales more convenient

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is hinting it may allow more alcohol sales through private channels to boost customer convenience.
Manitoba eyes wine bars, beverage rooms without hotel requirement

Manitoba eyes wine bars, beverage rooms without hotel requirement

WINNIPEG — Manitobans may soon have more places to raise a glass if a bill before the legislature becomes law.
Manitoba premier tours flooded cottage country as waters continue to rise

Manitoba premier tours flooded cottage country as waters continue to rise

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson took a helicopter tour Tuesday of Whiteshell Provincial Park — the latest region of the province to be hit by floodwaters in one of the wettest springs on record.
'A light of hope': first of three flights bringing Ukrainians lands in Winnipeg

'A light of hope': first of three flights bringing Ukrainians lands in Winnipeg

WINNIPEG — Kseniia Zinenko stepped outside of the Winnipeg airport Monday evening after a nine-hour flight from Poland to Manitoba's capital city.
'Sounds from the Sky:' First Nations pilot aims to inspire young Indigenous flyers

'Sounds from the Sky:' First Nations pilot aims to inspire young Indigenous flyers

WINNIPEG — Timothy Atik (Tik) Mason has fond childhood memories of boarding large aircraft that would take him from Winnipeg to loved ones in his home community of St. Theresa Point First Nation in northern Manitoba.
Manitoba expands evacuation and closures in provincial park due to flooding

Manitoba expands evacuation and closures in provincial park due to flooding

WINNIPEG — Manitoba is expanding a mandatory evacuation and closure area in Whiteshell Provincial Park in the province's east due to flooding.

T-Birds, ICE earn splits in WHL playoffs

WINNIPEG — Mikey Milne wasted no time turning heartbreak into extra hustle on Saturday, scoring three goals and leading his Winnipeg ICE to a 5-1 victory over the Edmonton Oil Kings in the Western Hockey League playoffs.

Winnipeg police find bodies of eight dogs inside vacant home's freezer

WINNIPEG — Police in Manitoba say they have found the remains of eight dogs inside a freezer in a vacant home.

Edmonton Oil Kings bury Winnipeg Ice 5-4 in overtime to take Game 1

WINNIPEG — Tyler Horstmann scored the game-winner just 1:07 into overtime as the Edmonton Oil Kings defeated the Winnipeg Ice 5-4 Friday to take Game 1 of their WHL Eastern Conference final series.