Graham James pleads guilty to sexual assault against two hockey players, including Theo Fleury. Charges from a third complainant, John Greg Gilhooly, have been stayed.
Canadian country superstar Paul Brandt is in Winnipeg for a concert tonight. How does he juggle touring, a t.v. show, charity work, and still manage to squeeze in writing the theme song for this year's World Junior hockey Championship? We'll see if he has time to tell us! At 4:35pm on Up to Speed, CBC Radio One, 89.3 FM, 990 AM
If you feel overwhelmed when holiday shopping for electronics, you're not alone. In the first of a two part series, local audio-visual expert Gil Gauthier will guide us through the maze of options and help us make informed choices. Today's focus is on what you need to know if buying a new television is on your list. That's at 4:45pm on Up to Speed, CBC Radio One, 89.3 FM
As you've been hearing on CBC news... A court victory for the wheat board... but will it mean anything at the marketing desk? We'll ask one of the board's directors at 3:06 p.m, on Up to Speed on Radio One, 89.3 FM, 990 AM.
It's time to lace up those skates. The Plaza Skating Rink at the Forks has officially opened. Officials at the Forks say this is just the first of many skating surfaces to open at the national historic site.
Some of the other skating trails are expected to open before the weekend.
Demolition begins this month to make way for a new twenty storey tower on Portage Avenue. That's when Marcy Markusa's downtown series continues at 7:15.
This morning on Information Radio Terry talks to Greg Gilhooly. He's a former Winnipeg junior hockey player who says he too was abused by Graham James. But his complaints against James were not prosecuted in order to secure a guilty plea. At 7:40, find out how he's feeling about not getting his day in court.
Before you bite into that "organic" apple this morning - find out why the premium price you pay for your fruit and veggies doesn't guarantee it is pesticide free. That's what a special CBC I-Team investigation has found. Up next on Information Radio - we speak with a chemist whose research might make you think twice about what you eat.
Just got off the phone with another former player of Graham James. He says when he turned down James' invitations, James turned cruel. Paul Buchanan says after being benched for two years he ended his promising hockey career. But the pain remains. He wants James to apologize to all his former players.
Darren George, 22, who was shot in the back of the head on 700 block of Beverly Street on Wednesday is going to be pulled off life support, family tells CBC.
Family said George was a joker who loved family and was about to become a dad. His girlfriend is three months pregnant and is on her way to Winnipeg from Edmonton. Family plans to take him off life support after she arrives.
Another player abused by Graham James tells his story. Paul Buchanan tells CBC about how it ruined his promising hockey career. And what it will take to get closure. Tonight at 5, 5:30 and 6.
If you feel overwhelmed when holiday shopping for electronics, you're not alone. In the second of a two part series, local audio-visual expert Gil Gauthier will guide us through the maze of options and help us make informed choices. Today's focus is on what you need to know if buying a phone or tablet is on your list. Thats at 4:45pm today on Up to Speed, CBC Radio One 89.3 FM
Many Canadians are happy to fork over a little extra when it comes to buying organic products...
But you might not always be getting exactly what you paid for.
According to test results obtained by CBC News, some organic produce in Canada contains pesticide residue.
For her thoughts on the story, we've reached Beth McMahon, the Executive Director of Canadian Organic Growers. She'll be on at 3:50pm on Up to Speed, CBC Radio One, 89.3 FM and 990 AM
It's amazing, really ... when you think about a taxi driver's ability to memorize hundreds, sometimes thousands of streets, routes, and destinations.
Well new research out today helps explain WHY they're able to cram so much information into their brains.
Their brains are in fact BIGGER than the ordinary person.
Our science columnist, Michael Bhardwaj,explains it all at 4:40pm on Up to Speed, CBC Radio One, 89.3 FM 990 AM
Tomorrow is CBC's Harvest Day on CBC Radio One 89.3 FM! Join us on CBC Manitoba Information Radio, CBC Manitoba Radio Noon and CBC Manitoba Up to Speed for a full day of programming and live music that will brighten your spirit and help fill up the food banks at the same time!
CBC Manitoba Harvest Day is an annual tradition fuelled by Manitobans providing for those in need.
Our cameras are in Winnipeg's Exchange District this hour, where there is some kind of incident involving a vehicle. Stay tuned for updates.
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Shooting victim from Wednesday has died. Family of 22 year old Darren George says they are trying to cope.