Three former Stella’s Cafe employees behind an online campaign to bring attention to what they call workplace harassment, unfair treatment of staff, racism, and sexual assault at the Winnipeg restaurant chain have outlined what they’d like to see done about their concerns. Christina Hajjar, 27, Kelsey Wade, 22 and AmandaRead More →

Justin Trudeau’s government is making its case for re-election by pitting itself against the provinces who oppose his carbon tax, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister asserts. Pallister is disgruntled his made-in-Manitoba green plan got the thumbs-down when other climate plans he deems insufficient, like Quebec’s and Newfoundland and Labrador’s, were approved.  “The politics in thisRead More →

Winnipeggers have voted nearly two-to-one to keep the city’s iconic downtown intersection closed to pedestrian traffic.  Voters were asked to mark “yes” or “no” in response to the question, “Do you support the opening of Portage and Main to pedestrian crossings?”  On Wednesday, 65 per cent said “no.”  While the results of the plebisciteRead More →