The province is putting another $25 million into education this year.
The North Norfolk-MacGregor Library is very excited to once again offer a Preschool Lending Library to their preschool patrons and their families.
We've sure been having some wonderful weather the last while, but likely the worst is yet to come.
Condolences go out to the family of Alex Trost. Alex, a former St. Ambroise community member, passed away on Jan. 16.
They say superheroes come in all shapes and sizes and that saying has never been more true as five local heroes have found a way to help those that ne
Treherne RCMP are looking for help in identifying a man who entered a store and stole cases of beer.
Optimism amongst small business owners in Manitoba fell for a fourth consecutive month in January, according to CFIB.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba is getting ready to launch Heart Month in Portage la Prairie with a kick off event at Portage Co-op on Feb
Five north end parks will get a revitalizing boost this year as Portage la Prairie city council’s approval of $270,000 in funding for park renewal sta
The sound and the feel just doesn’t seem right anymore. The more Roger Goodell speaks the more he comes off like the man behind the curtain in The Wizard of Oz.
The government’s new anti-terror bill proposes significant new powers for police and CSIS, but Prime Minister Stephen Harper insists jihadists are the real threat to Canadians’ freedoms.