Fewer than 2,000 still in the dark after devastating Manitoba snowstorm

Under 2,000 people are still in the dark while Manitoba Hydro works to repair the extensive damage to power infrastructure caused by last week’s devastating storm. Most of those people are in the Ashern area — including the First Nation…

Manitoba premier declares state of emergency as snowy weather emerges

October 13 2019 12:10pm Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has declared a state of emergency as a snow storm has hit southern Manitoba. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] != “object” ) { var resp…

Winnipeggers cleanup the aftermath from massive October snowstorm

Winnipeggers woke up the substantial aftermath of an unexpected October snowstorm, from fallen trees to downed power lines. Fifty city crews are focusing their efforts to clear and remove the fallen branches alone. Lorraine Thomas pulled back the curtain of…

Saskatchewan weather outlook: snow and rain arrive for Thanksgiving

Risk of rain, snow and freezing rain for Thanksgiving Day. Weather forecast Friday Mid-teen wind chills started the day as temperatures tumble toward minus double digits under clear skies before the mercury managed to make it above freezing ahead of…

Winnipeg crews on standby for blast of winter weather

Winnipeg maintenance crews are watching and waiting, as the province prepares to be hit with winter weather. A Colorado Low continues to push into southern Manitoba on Thursday, bringing with it a mix of wet snow and rain. City crews…