RBC bank at Sherbrook Street and Sargent Avenue just robbed. Police scouring the area.
Winnipeg police have just confirmed city's 37th homicide. Dominique McCann, 19, was found in critical condition on Dec. 2 on Selkirk Ave. She later died in hospital of "severe upper body injuries," according to police.
Mostyn Place to become Granite Way.
A City Hall committee has agreed to re-name the street, to commemorate Granite Curling Club. The landmark club celebrates its 100th anniversary next year. Council is expected to give it the final seal of approval later this month.
See more on the
renaissance taking place on Portage Avenue, on CBC News Winnipeg tonight after 6.
We're hearing reports this hour of a house fire near Tecumseh and Alexander in Winnipeg. A camera crew is heading out there and we should have more details later tonight.
The family of the city's 36th homicide victim talks to CBC.
Winnipeg Police confirm 19-year old Dominique McCann died Friday. Her family make a plea to the public tonight at 10:55.
We're hearing reports of a 2nd fire in Winnipeg tonight, this time at a radiator store on Logan and Keewatin. Stay tuned for details on both fires.
Wild temperature swings seem to be almost the norm these days in Winnipeg. So what's going on? Marcy asks Environment Canada's senior climatologist Dave Phillips. That's at 6:13 a.m.
After decades of decay, Portage Avenue is closing in on full occupancy between the University of Winnipeg and Main Street! At 7:13 on Information Radio - we'll hear about a new residential development aimed at sustaining the Portage revival.
Go Jets Go! To Conference B. NHL realignment was confirmed yesterday. And it's looking good! Chicago, Detroit and Minnesota to name a few. Our Nabil Karim of Hockey Night on Line talks Jets with Marcy, after the 7:30 news.
Anyone see that dog on CBC News Net?
Chillin' in the tub. Totally almost sinks into the water he's so relaxed! Someone should tell all dogs to enjoy a warm bath like that. Cute video hit of the day for sure. lol
Angels on the Maryland bridge for the annual Misericordia Angels fundraising drive.
A Winnipeg woman turned to a trusted place for dental care, and ended up in pain and feeling abandoned. Find out why, on Information Radio at 7:47.
150 gathered at the Manitoba Legislature for the sunrise ceremony to remember the Montreal Massacre 22 years ago.
Numbers swell to over 200 to remember the Montreal Massacre at Manitoba Legislature.