WINNIPEG -When Winnipegger, Jaron Hart, first heard the news of the mass shooting in Quebec Sunday night he said he felt sick to his stomach. 187 more words
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WINNIPEG — Rural officials have been invited to the Legislature for a meeting with the Pallister government on night hunting.
The controversial topic of night hunting came up last week after the premier told a crowd in Virden it’s a “dumb practice” that’s “becoming a race war.” 296 more words
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government’s deficit continues to climb, despite promises from the new Progressive Conservative government to start whittling away at the red ink. 583 more words
WINNIPEG — It’s been just over six months since Brian Pallister took office as premier of Manitoba after a controversial election that saw the provincial Progressive Conservatives take power from the NDP. 74 more words
WINNIPEG — The resignation of popular NDP MLA Kevin Chief underscores a big problem the party is grappling with, according to a political expert.
Chief was once thought of as a possible successor to former leader Greg Selinger but in September he said he wouldn’t be running for the position. 226 more words
WINNIPEG — A former cabinet minister and arguably the most popular member of the Manitoba New Democratic Party caucus is quitting politics to spend more time with his family. 481 more words
WINNIPEG — A Manitoba cabinet minister says she was told to take her pants off in the middle of question period by a male NDP opponent, but the NDP are firmly denying the accusation. 401 more words