A steaming bowl of chicken soup may make you feel better when you have a common cold, but it may not do the trick when you get influenza - often called “the flu”. We took a few minutes to sit down with Dr. Michael Routledge, Medical Officer of Health for Southern Health-Santé Sud, who shared some very good advice about the flu.
A new breast probe, donated to the Boundary Trails Health Centre, will make surgeries less invasive, and prevent an extra trip to Winnipeg for southern Manitoba residents dealing with breast cancer. The Boundary Trails Health Centre Foundation gave the $69,000 probe to fulfill a local request.
Carman will have a new restaurant to celebrate in the New Year.
While the focus of Christmas is about celebrating the birth of Jesus, the celebrations incorporate the use of many plants such as holly and mistletoe, and food is usually a major component of many celebrations.
Local menswear designer Shelley Ediger is kicking off her third annual Socks for Siloam Mission in December.
Mark your calendars, because on Saturday February 10th, Recovery of Hope and the Manitoba Chapter of the Neufeld Institute will be hosting a full day workshop with Dr. Gordon Neufeld on the topic of “Keeping Children Safe in a Wounding World.”
How do you start a grassroots mental health movement and make a real difference in a small community?
The holidays are right around the corner, which means it's time for another Carman Valley Leader Christmas Story Contest.
Residents of Riverview Legion Place in Carman have found their own way to express their respect and gratitude to veterans this year - and they hope to make it a tradition in the years to come.
When the community of Homewood celebrates its reunion next summer, residents will also be able to mark a significant chapter in local – and federal – aviation history.
Just like human societies, the animal world is full of conflict. For insects that live in social groups, such as ants, bees and termites, there is the need for soldier and individuals to protect the society.
All of us at some point in our lives have experienced loneliness. For some it’s temporary, perhaps triggered by particular events or transitions, while for others, it seems to be a permanent fact of life. So is modern life making us lonely? Loneliness does not necessarily mean the same as being alone.
What’s happening at the Boyne Regional Library in Carman?
When the cold winds blow, here's how to keep your ride nice and toasty.
If you're a good driver but not happy with your insurance rates, blame your neighbours and shop around.
For 2018, the Ford F-150 gets a ton of tweaks and updates. It's easy to see why it's Canada's best-selling vehicle all-around – just be careful with the options.
Now's the time to order your winter tires, but you might be able to pass on other services.
One of the most advanced simulators in the world gives insights on ageing, drug use behind the wheel.
Volvo's performance division is not only ushering in a new era for powertrains, it's also changing how we "own" cars.