Latest News Moose discover Monsters' power play is scary-good 2016-12-10T05:26:09.000000Z A lack of discipline — and problems on the penalty kill — proved costly for the Manitoba Moose Friday night. The Cleveland Monsters cashed in a pair of early man advantages en route to a 5-1 victory at the MTS Centre. Daniel Zaar was the first Monster player to make Manitoba pay for Connor sent down, aims to get back up 2016-12-10T05:23:08.000000Z This is likely not how Kyle Connor envisioned his first pro season going. No doubt the rookie forward hoped to be taking the National Hockey League by storm, much the same way teammate Patrik Laine has so far. Yet there was Connor Friday night at the MTS Centre, skating not for the Winnipeg Extensions for Walters, O'Shea 2016-12-10T05:16:08.000000Z The fact head coach Mike O’Shea had signed a three-year contract extension with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers was not the most interesting part of a day that brought a screeching halt to a quiet off-season. Speculating how long O’Shea will last provided the intrigue. In an expected move Pallister holds out on carbon pricing deal 2016-12-10T03:46:27.000000Z OTTAWA — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister will not sign on to a new national framework to fight climate change until he sees the same level of commitment from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on health care as he has shown on the environment. The pact includes an agreement for provinces to... Playing .500 ain't gonna cut it 2016-12-10T03:35:01.000000Z The Winnipeg Jets are one game under .500 and had a precarious hold on the final wild-card playoff spot in the NHL’s Western Conference heading into Friday’s action. There is no comfort here. “If we just go out and play our game, that’s no ticket to the playoffs,” Premier's union fight called risky 2016-12-10T02:45:34.000000Z Brian Pallister’s antagonistic stance against unions could backfire on the premier and his government, a prominent labour leader says. Kelly Moist, president of the 25,000-member Manitoba division of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, said there is solidarity among Manitoba unions Early morning fire destroys popular rural wedding venue 2016-12-10T01:19:02.000000Z Hawthorn Estates, the rustic rural site of many 'dream weddings,' burned to the ground early Friday. "We're still shocked," said owner Robert Belanger. "It was such a wonderful and one-of-a-kind venue. It was vintage and so chic and elegant." Belanger awoke around 6 a.m. to a neighbour honking Mumps cases spike in city; universities hardest hit 2016-12-09T22:37:10.000000Z The province is experiencing its largest outbreak of mumps in decades, health officials say. Dr. Richard Rusk, the province's medical officer of health for communicable diseases, said that up until Sept. 1, there had been only three or four cases of mumps reported here, but between Sept. 1 and Dead man left police no choice, final witnesses tell inquest 2016-12-09T22:09:08.000000Z An inquest into the 2008 police shooting death of an indigenous man in Winnipeg — the first in Manitoba to specifically consider the role of racism — heard from its final witnesses Friday. Two officers responsible for use-of-force training with the Winnipeg Police Service and the Northern Stars 2016-12-09T21:20:29.000000Z Winnipeg Art Gallery's Inuit Art Centre will connect the Far North with Canada's south and the rest of the world. To better understand the ambitious project, reporter Randy Turner and photographer John Woods travelled to Nunavut to explore how the art form took root and flourished.