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Manitoba Health says mother and three-year-old given COVID-19 vaccine by mistake

Manitoba Health says mother and three-year-old given COVID-19 vaccine by mistake

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Health and Seniors Care says a mother and her three-year-old were each mistakenly given an adult dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine instead of a flu shot.
Saskatchewan Roughriders face tough challenge in West Division final versus Bombers

Saskatchewan Roughriders face tough challenge in West Division final versus Bombers

Cody Fajardo and the Saskatchewan Roughriders face a huge challenge Sunday. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers will host Saskatchewan in the West Division final.
Western Mustangs v. Saskatchewan Huskies could be a Vanier Cup classic

Western Mustangs v. Saskatchewan Huskies could be a Vanier Cup classic

QUEBEC — The Vanier Cup will be a showdown of the two best offences in Canadian university football as the No. 1 Western Mustangs face the No. 2 Saskatchewan Huskies.
Manitoba premier says Orange Shirt Day may become a provincial statutory holiday

Manitoba premier says Orange Shirt Day may become a provincial statutory holiday

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is considering whether to make the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation — also known as Orange Shirt Day — a provincial statutory holiday.
'An attack on government': Saskatchewan finance minister rebuffs farmers concerns

'An attack on government': Saskatchewan finance minister rebuffs farmers concerns

REGINA — Recent comments made by Saskatchewan's finance minister have inflamed farmers who say the government is creating an urban-rural divide that is harmful. On Monday, Donna Harpauer presented her mid-year financial report showing a record $2.
Head of Saskatchewan Health Authority resigns for reasons unknown

Head of Saskatchewan Health Authority resigns for reasons unknown

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Health Authority's CEO, a familiar face during COVID-19 briefings, has resigned effective immediately. The health authority made the announcement about Scott Livingstone in a media release but did not provide an explanation.
Former fashion mogul Peter Nygard not facing charges in hometown of Winnipeg: police

Former fashion mogul Peter Nygard not facing charges in hometown of Winnipeg: police

WINNIPEG — Former fashion mogul Peter Nygard will not be facing charges in his hometown after an investigation into sexual assault allegations from eight people.

WHL Roundup: Isaac Poulter perfect as Broncos blank Wheat Kings 3-0

SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. — Isaac Poulter stopped all 47 shots he faced as the Swift Current Broncos shut out the Brandon Wheat Kings 3-0 on Wednesday in Western Hockey League action.
Winnipeg police position to help families of missing and murdered Indigenous women

Winnipeg police position to help families of missing and murdered Indigenous women

WINNIPEG — Whether working with youth in care, survivors of domestic violence or families navigating the justice system, Angie Tuesday has dedicated her life's work to providing culturally appropriate and supportive guidance to Indigenous peoples dur
Manitoba premier says anyone not vaccinated against COVID to be removed from caucus

Manitoba premier says anyone not vaccinated against COVID to be removed from caucus

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson issued an ultimatum to one of her cabinet ministers Wednesday — get fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Dec. 15 or be removed from the Progressive Conservative caucus.