Clients using South Central Cancer Resource’s wigs now have six new options to choose from.
Reeve Morris Olafson says he is skeptical of a recent report pegging rural municipalities as inefficient spenders and rating the R.M. of Stanley 10th out of 15 studied rural municipalities.
A 16-year-old youth is facing several charges including two counts of break and enter to a residence, three counts of trespass at night as well as breach of probation after a Dec. 1 incident.
Grandeur Housing has taken awards home before from the Modular Housing Association, but this year they hit high notes in all four award categories.
Twisted North Korean despot Kim Jong Un has a sickening get rich quick scheme for his impoverished nation: Selling ready-to-eat dog meat meals to the world.
The wait for a new school was a recurring theme as Western School Division briefed the public on current operations and projections in the lead up to the 2017 budget process.
Morden and Winkler rated high in the last cost- efficiency study by the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses, but Morden Mayor Ken Wiebe has questioned the validity of the report.
One of 10 people arrested in 2014’s Operation Denver has been found guilty of trafficking cocaine and two counts of breach of recognizance.
There were 15 roses in a vase as Senator Marilou McPhedran stepped up to the podium Nov. 26; 14 for each victim of the 1989 École Polytechnique massacre and one white rose for current victims of gender-based violence.
At 15 teams, this year’s Giant Tiger Curl for the Critters outstripped last year’s 11-team turn out.
Many police and other agencies believe distracted driving has already surpassed impairment as a cause of deadly crashes on Canadian roads.
A South Carolina man suspected of being a serial killer was formally charged with three additional counts of murder Monday for bodies found buried on his land.
German detectives have solved the mysterious case of a young girl murdered 15 years ago and say a dead neo-Nazi is her killer.
Convincing consumers to buy more products makes the industry money. Addressing the deadly distractions they pose to drivers does not.
Driven to distraction: The complexity of in-vehicle technology is staggering, but it sometimes feels as if that technology is working at cross purposes.
Public libraries are next up for a provincial review.
A Texas waiter is giving thanks for a tip that will allow him to travel across the pond to visit his family.
There is a matrix of similarities between problem gambling and problem smartphone use.
Neurologist William Tatum stumbled upon what might be the first biological evidence that texting physically messes with the brain.