A Winnipeg woman whose mother died at the beleaguered Maples Personal Care Home is expressing her frustration over the way the COVID-19 crisis has been handled there.
A Winnipeg woman who is dying of cancer is using her last few months to spread some holiday cheer by handing out hampers full of items to those in need in her neighbourhood.
Winnipeg police began looking into Maples Long Term Care Home after 911 crews were called and seven residents with novel coronavirus died over a span of two days in early November.
The iconic downtown Winnipeg store opened in 1926 and the building received a heritage designation from the city in 2019.
The Alternative Isolation Accommodation site is opening in stages, adding to spaces already open in Winnipeg.
Hundreds of people in cars filled the parking lot of a Winnipeg church Sunday morning, defying provincial COVID-19 restrictions.
Two people were rushed to hospital after a house fire Friday evening in Winnipeg's St. John's neighbourhood.
Winnipeg police were busy Thursday with a series of unrelated stabbing incidents throughout the day that sent three people to hospital.
A Winnipeg family is seeking a half-Filipino, half-Caucasian stem cell donor to save the life of four-month-old Boston De Castro, who was diagnosed with a rare and life- threatening disease.