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The Tragically Hip
One of Canada's most recognized rock bands, The Tragically hip makes another stop in Winnipeg at MTS Center January 26th, 2013.
You can see upcoming concert dates and times on our Events Page.
WIN A $250 IKEA CARD
Winnipeggers is giving out a full house of IKEA Gift Cards for our grand re-launch! Stay tuned for different ways you can bring one of these bad boys home!
Keep an eye on our Contests page for further details on how to win.
It’s what workers at a U-Haul storage facility call a delinquent locker, a storage space that hasn’t been paid for in months. What those workers discovered inside that locker on Monday might send them for counselling.
They found the remains of up to four infants in various stages of
News from CTV News: Watch election coverage on-air and online with CTV Winnipeg 14 hours, 35 minutes ago
CTV Winnipeg will air a special election show as Manitobans head to the polls on Oct. 22.
A program designed to teach youth to help themselves and others in preventing Type 2 diabetes is working to curb diabetes on a Manitoba First Nation.
An increase in the number of prescriptions of a powerful antipsychotic drug for conditions not approved by Health Canada is raising concern about what medical experts call lack of professional and government oversight of doctors’ prescribing practices.
The frontrunners in the Winnipeg mayoral race made their final pitches on the last full day of campaigning on Tuesday.
More than 200 Canadians have been infected by a virus that has sickened almost 800,000 people in the Caribbean.
More than 800 scientists from around the world have signed an open letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper decrying what they call a rapid decline in funding and freedoms faced by Canadian government scientists.
News from CTV News: Remains found in storage locker from up to 4 babies 22 hours, 1 minute ago
Winnipeg police said remains from as many as four very young infants, possibly newborns, were found in a storage facility on McPhillips.
OTTAWA — A seven-year-old human rights complaint over the funding of child-welfare services on reserves is hitting the home stretch this week.
Parties began making closing arguments at the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal hearings Monday and will continue throughout the week.
A Winnipeg family, originally from Bangladesh, had its ceiling suddenly collapse in September. It said the damage wasn’t covered by insurance.
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