Festival du Voyageur at Winnipeg Manitoba
The annual winter festival in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the Festival du Voyageur, began on Friday February the 15th with a torchlight walk over the Red River.
Banned Winnipeg hockey dad steps up, apologizes for outburst
A hockey dad in Manitoba, banned for a violent outburst during a game at another player, and the player's father, has stepped up and apologized for his actions. He also says he accepts his ban from his son's games.
Phil Kessel goal sparks Toronto Maple Leafs playoff hopes
Phil Kessel's goal in Winnipeg last night - late in the game, late in the season for his first - didn't just give the Toronto Maple Leafs a win. It gave them, and their fans, a a Zamboni-load of hope and the knowledge that the Leafs are contenders.
Glen Murray drops out of Ontario Liberal leadership race
Glen Murray, a former Winnipeg Mayor and Cabinet Minister, announced Thursday that he is ending his bid for the Ontario Liberal leadership nomination. Instead, he will be endorsing frontrunner Kathleen Wynne.
Winnipeg man gets minimum sentence for setting stranger on fire
Gaston Genaille was sentenced for setting a stranger on fire in 2010 because he refused or could not give him a cigarette. The victim later died in hospital.