A Canadian manufacturer says safety standards need to be imposed on wire bristle barbecue brushes sold in this country.
The youth who assaulted staff members at the Selkirk Behavioural Health Foundation has received an adult sentence for the “stark horror” of the attack and because he is a danger to the public, a judge said on Thursday.
GODS LAKE NARROWS, Man. — RCMP have issued a plea on social media for help from a small, isolated Manitoba community to find the killer in their midst.
The killer who took 15-year-old Leah Anderson’s life four years ago was male and known to the girl, Manitoba RCMP announced Tuesday in a Facebook post.
A Winnipeg mother-to-be says she’s scared and wants her complaints heard after she was mistakenly given medication to induce labour when she went for a routine appointment with her gynecologist.
Hello and happy Saturday! Here’s our roundup of the week’s interesting and eclectic news in health and medical science.
When Margaret DeNobrega was first diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, she meticulously monitored her eating habits and blood sugar levels.
The only train to Churchill has been suspended until winter — maybe even next spring — and its future is in jeopardy after severe flooding damaged the tracks on the way to the northern Manitoba community.
Senator Murray Sinclair suffered a mild stroke 10 years ago, while he was still serving as a justice in Manitoba. He got swift treatment, but says for weeks after even simple tasks left him exhausted.
The body of Christine Wood, a 21-year-old woman who went missing last summer, has been located in a farm field east of Winnipeg, police say.