Less than two months after being appointed CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra fails to explain to members of Congress why GM did not act sooner to correct problems that led to the recall of millions of vehicles worldwide.
Water main breaks, frozen pipes and discoloured tap water invites a critical look at city services. It also presents the challenge of differentiating between a glass of beer and a glass of water.
A memorial service was held in the 500 block of Langside Street where one year ago to the day, Nigel Dylan Dixon was killed in a case of mistaken identity.
Grand Beach can be busy, but for those who don’t know, a short trip from the traditionally visited areas reveals a priceless gem – the Grand Beach Ski and Trail system, now a magnet for avid Fatbikers.
When tragedy strikes, having the knowledge of how to be resilient can make the difference between overcoming difficulties or succumbing to them.
Despite the hazards associated with river ice that is melting and breaking up, many people continue to walk and drive onto the not so frozen waterways, venturing out to their tents to fish.
A Red River College Creative Communications student has won a journalism award for a series she wrote on the subject of restorative justice, which she published on Community News Commons.
Children’s entertainer Fred Penner did the honours of cutting the ribbon in front of a crowd of fifty people who jammed into the unique gift shop and artist workspace, The Scrap Came Back.
Residents can now check the Electronic Citizens’ Information Service (e-CIS) to see whether their property is at risk of frozen pipes.
The story of one war widow and her struggle for support highlights the difficulties faced by many of Canada’s veterans and their families in the wake of recent federal government changes to Veterans Affairs services.