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Manitoba Tory election ad did not break campaign law: elections commissioner

Manitoba Tory election ad did not break campaign law: elections commissioner

WINNIPEG — Manitoba's elections commissioner says the governing Progressive Conservatives did not violate campaign rules when they filmed part of an ad inside the premier's office.
Manitoba premier says he's willing to consider proposal to stop protests at hospitals

Manitoba premier says he's willing to consider proposal to stop protests at hospitals

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Kelvin Goertzen says he's willing to consider ways to ban protests that block access to hospitals and other health centres.
Manitoba elections commissioner investigating concerns around Tory membership sales

Manitoba elections commissioner investigating concerns around Tory membership sales

WINNIPEG — Manitoba's elections commissioner is investigating sales of Progressive Conservative memberships during the party's leadership race.
Friends, rivals Collaros and Harris set to clash when Bombers host Elks

Friends, rivals Collaros and Harris set to clash when Bombers host Elks

WINNIPEG — Quarterbacks Zach Collaros and Trevor Harris may be foes on the football field, but they’re also friends who support each other.
Nikolaj Ehlers scores twice to lift Jets over Flames 3-2 in NHL pre-season action

Nikolaj Ehlers scores twice to lift Jets over Flames 3-2 in NHL pre-season action

WINNIPEG — Speed can make all the difference in hockey and one of the Winnipeg Jets' fastest forwards continues to prove that.
Manitoba nurses set to get retroactive raises under tentative agreement

Manitoba nurses set to get retroactive raises under tentative agreement

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba Nurses Union has reached a tentative contract agreement with the province more than four years after the last deal expired.
Manitoba government withdraws controversial bills during short legislature sitting

Manitoba government withdraws controversial bills during short legislature sitting

WINNIPEG — Manitoba's Progressive Conservative government withdrew five bills Wednesday that had faced stiff opposition and were set to become law this fall. "Ultimately, I think it's not a sign of weakness when a government listens to people.
Man receives ten-year sentence for unprovoked hammer attack on Winnipeg teen

Man receives ten-year sentence for unprovoked hammer attack on Winnipeg teen

WINNIPEG — A judge has sentenced a man to 10 years in prison for "a vicious and unprovoked" hammer attack on a teenager.
Manitoba will offer a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine to more people in the province

Manitoba will offer a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine to more people in the province

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is allowing more people to get a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Bombers receiver Lawler apologizes for 'selfish decision' that led to arrest

Bombers receiver Lawler apologizes for 'selfish decision' that led to arrest

WINNIPEG — Blue Bombers receiver Kenny Lawler apologized Tuesday for the “selfish decision” he made that led to his arrest for impaired driving this week.