A Gory Discovery In Winnipeg: Witnesses

WINNIPEG - Police in Winnipeg say they're investigating evidence that was found beside a garbage bin, with some eyewitnesses claiming they saw what looked like body parts.A police news release says of...

RackNine Sues Pat Martin And NDP

RackNine Inc. and its chief executive officer Matt Meier have followed through on an earlier threat and served NDP MP Pat Martin and his party with a $5-million lawsuit Friday. The Edmonton-based cal...

Two Sides Of Graham James

WINNIPEG - To the hockey-loving public, Graham James was a charismatic, award-winning coach who helped groom future NHL stars.He was a media darling, smooth-talking and quick with a Shakespeare quote....

Blue Bombers Grey Cup Bound

WINNIPEG - Chris Garrett says he's dreamed of winning the Grey Cup and being named most valuable player.Now the Blue Bombers running back has a chance to accomplish that after rushing 29 times for 190...

Baby Born In Back Of Winnipeg Taxi

A Winnipeg taxi driver had quite a memorable day at work on Wednesday, when a woman gave birth in the back seat of his vehicle. Duffy's Taxi driver Ranjodh Punia said he picked up the expectant mothe...

PM Unveils Winnipeg Jets Coin

WINNIPEG - Prime Minister Stephen Harper unveiled one of the two commemorative coins the Royal Canadian Mint is producing to mark the Winnipeg Jets' return to the NHL.Harper is in Winnipeg today for t...

Can the Winnipeg Jets Win in a Loser Region?

As the game returns to Winnipeg, it says much about the country and its newfound prosperity. The anemic Loonie now trades near parity. The real estate market didn't collapsed and the federal government's debt-to-GDP ratio is about a third of America's.

Winnipeg Jets Seeking Fresh Identity

WINNIPEG - There's a good reason Manitoba Moose banners still hang above the ice at MTS Centre.In the eyes of the man who convinced the NHL to come back to Winnipeg, the Jets team that takes the ice f...
Winnipeg is Canada's seventh largest city, with a population of 633,451 (2006 Census), and the capital of Manitoba. An aboriginal trading centre before the arrival of the Europeans, Winnipeg was central to Canada’s fur trade. Two major rivers, the Red and Assiniboine, meet in the centre of city at The Forks. Winnipeg boasts its own ballet company, a symphony orchestra, a major folk festival, the CFL's Winnipeg Blue Bombers and The Winnipeg Jets, the city's beloved NHL team that returned in 2011.