The Tragically Hip
One of Canada's most recognized rock bands, The Tragically hip makes another stop in Winnipeg at MTS Center January 26th, 2013.
You can see upcoming concert dates and times on our Events Page.
WIN A $250 IKEA CARD
Winnipeggers is giving out a full house of IKEA Gift Cards for our grand re-launch! Stay tuned for different ways you can bring one of these bad boys home!
Keep an eye on our Contests page for further details on how to win.
An online search this morning should, in theory, enable anyone to find out how much a Manitoba First Nations chief or councillor earns.
But the federal government says it will likely take a few days before all the numbers are posted.
All of Canada’s First Nations were to have posted their
A case in which a woman in South Carolina was charged with neglect for leaving her nine-year-old to play in a park unsupervised while she went to work has sparked debate and made headlines around the world.
Steeves said, if elected, he would lobby the province to reduce malathion fogging buffer zones from 90 to 40 metres. He would also make it harder for people to get a buffer zone by requiring homeowners to produce a doctor’s note.
There will be no nuclear waste buried in Creighton, Sask., if a pair of First Nations get their way.
Both Opaskwayak Cree Nation, which is near The Pas, and Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation, near Creighton, have passed bans on nuclear waste from Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick passing through
News from CTV News: Assiniboine Park Steam Train celebrates 50th anniversary 1 day, 21 hours ago
The Assiniboine Park Steam Train celebrates it’s 50th birthday on Tuesday.
When dark and stormy clouds roll through the sky, many people rush for their cameras to take photos and video, but safety and tornado experts say it may not be the best move to keep you safe.
A new online resource called Concussion Awareness Training Tool is aimed at parents and coaches to help them determine whether a child may have sustained a concussion while engaged in play or sport.
News from CTV News: Crash claims life of Flin Flon man, injures second person 2 days, 5 hours ago
A man died at the scene of a crash on Highway 392 at the Snow Creek Bridge on the weekend, said Snow Lake RCMP.
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