Unusually wet fall weather in southern Manitoba has left soybean and potato crops stranded in fields, municipalities fighting floods at a time when rivers usually run low and climatologists pondering what all this water means. Manitoba agricultural producers had already endured a dry spring and summer that stunted some crops before aRead More →

A Manitoba mother is scrambling to figure out a solution after learning she’ll have to travel nearly 700 kilometres to deliver her baby in November. Kassandra Mckay is scheduled to have a C-section to deliver her third child on Nov. 28. The Thompson, Man., woman was hoping to be able to haveRead More →