The City is threatening to seize a derelict hotel.
The owner of the St. Charles Hotel was found guilty of not maintaining the building last spring. Ken Zaifman will present his side of the story to City Hall on Monday.
Winnipeg will sell water and sewer services to border
With some costs attached. Three thousand dollars flat fee for each home added, plus 200 dollars a year. Plus the cost of water and sewer. Report to be debated at City Hall next week.
The Journey to Churchill exhibit has hit a financial snag. It needs a 17 million dollar loan guarantee from City Hall. A new report says without that backing, completion of the project at Assiniboine Park is in jeopardy.
The Jets are in Carolina tonight to take on the Canes.
We'll have the hilites tonight at 10:55 on CBC Late Night.
Bombers fans are partying it up in Vancouver.
Tonight fans of the blue and gold are at the Touchdown Manitoba social. We'll get the latest from CBC's Sean Reynolds in Vancouver on CBC Late Night at 10:55.
Bomber fans are partying from coast to coast.
How are fans here at home marking "Blue Friday"? We'll have that story tonight at 10:55 on CBC Late Night.
Will a tent fire at Occupy Winnipeg force protesters to leave?
What the province has to say about the continuing camp out in Memorial Park. Tonight at 10:55 on CBC Late Night.
Be Careful if you're driving. Apparently road conditions are slick, especially in Western Manitoba. Meanwhile, winter returns to Winnipeg. Your full forecast tonight at 10:55.
Student Union at Brandon University confirm the strike is over. Classes will resume Monday night at 6 pm. Today BUFA and administration held private meetings. More details to come.
Residents in St. Vital will elect a new city councillor tonight. Also two new school trustees will be elected in wards 1 & 2. More tonight at 5:25.
Downtown Y fitness centre closed due to flooding. Swimming pool and basketball courts open. Swimming lessons not affected.
Classes to resume at Brandon U on Monday.
The University's President says two sides weren't far apart at all. How do students and administration feel? Find out tonight at 5:25.
Two people in custody following overnight stabbing.
The victim suffered upper body injuries. It happened in the 100 block of Alfred Avenue. Injuries not considered serious.
Manitoba PC's will elect new leader next fall.
The Party has set Oct 27th, 2012 as their leadership convention. Hugh McFadyen will stay on as leader until the new leader is elected.
Two teens arrested following stabbing.
It happened over night on Alfred Ave. Victim's condition upgraded to stable condition. Two women were also injured.
Wpg police seize weapons at hotel.
A man and woman were arrested. The pair face a number of charges. Police find ammunition and firearms.
Can the Jets knock off the mighty Bruins tonight? If they play as a unit, I actually think so.
On Thursday's "Up to Speed" we talked about the new voyage to Mars.
Well, this morning NASA launched the one-ton, car-sized rover named ``Curiosity''
on a 350-million-mile journey.
The six-wheeled robot will spend two years looking for evidence
of life on the red planet.
Canada's contribution to the mission comes in the form of the
Alpha Particle X-Ray Spectrometer.
The key piece of equipment aboard ``Curiosity'' was designed and
made in Canada.
It will analyze chemical elements in rocks and soil on Mars.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark and Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger
for the Grey Cup. The defeated will light their legislature in the winning team's colours and donate to charity of winner's choice. Also BC salmon and wine for MB bison and beer. Go Bombers! .
Brian Mayes is winner in St. Vital.
He wins by about 3000 votes over Mike Ducharme. And is the new councillor for the ward. .
Mayes winner in St. Vital.
This is according to unofficial results. .
Two new school trustees elected.
Mark Wasyliw in Winnipeg ward one. And Colleen Mayer in Louis Riel ward two. .
Brian Mayes declared winner.
Fog will dissipate this afternoon
Expect temp to rise overnight. Windy day with temp falling through Monday
It's the big day and we're already out looking for Grey Cup parties! Let us know if/when you're starting to gather!
BC fans cocky
A few of them asked me if I was going to church today to pray. Then they told me I was taking too long to finish my breakfast. I told them Winnipeggers don't rush. "you'll see...weeill beat you today in the 4th quarter". They shut up.