With Environment Canada forecasting sunny skies for the majority of the May long weekend, CAA Manitoba shares a few important tips for motorists to ensure the safety of all road users over the holidays.
More than 100,000 Manitobans just couldn’t wait to vote on Tuesday - so they cast ballots earlier.
A Windsor teacher whose three young children were traumatized as their mother was threatened and verbally abused by a stranger, simply for wearing a hijab, is hoping to use the incident to help educate the community about the ugliness of discrimination.
Don’t forget to spring forward. Daylight Saving Time officially starts in the early morning of Sunday, March 13 when clocks across Manitoba will be moved forward by one hour.Under the Official Time Act, Daylight Saving Time begins on the second Sunday in March and continues until the first Sunday in NovemberThe official time change will occur this