The siblings disputing a legal will; the ex-couple in a dirty divorce fight; the neighbours in disagreement over fence placement: the legal system is a costly, impersonal and often inefficient medium for solving interpersonal conflict.
When someone is arrested, the punishment is supposed to fit the crime. Between the police station and the courtroom are chances to remain free, but those chances have conditions that can make it difficult.
What does justice mean to you?
Four weeks after the province announced StreetReach, a program that would co-ordinate the work of 25 professionals and 22 community resource centres to protect youth from sexual exploitation, it’s not clear how these resource centers have come together.
It is common to encounter claims that a deodorant or moisturizer will grant youthful vitality. But it is growing increasingly common to find products that claim to grant real physiological change. Regulators and consumers are now dealing with products – known as cosmeceuticals – that bridge the gap between a traditional cosmetic and a pharmaceutical drug.
Manitoba’s unemployment rate fell from 5.7 per cent to 5.3 per cent in September, according to data recently released by Statistics Canada. While this could be viewed as one of many signs that the recession has ended, experts agree it is still unclear whether Manitoba’s unemployment rate will continue to fall.
Child care expanded in Winnipeg; Abandoned mines to get a cleanup; Bus transportation to remain active; Trades training fixes homes, helps local job market; Government legislates credit cap for criminals
The University of Manitoba is experiencing a financial shortfall due to the recession as well as falling mortality rates for retired faculty on pension plans.
The drive to conserve energy use was taken to a new level when California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger set out to ban plasma TVs over 40 inches wide. The move by California’s Energy Commission has the support of many environmentalists.
When Usha went blind from cataracts before her third child was born, her husband began drinking heavily and ran away with their children. Living in a poverty-stricken community in rural India, Usha was helpless.
Groom, 112, marries bride, 17; Toilet patrol in the name of soccer; Three-party pact for polar-bears; Motorists playing road Russian roulette; Beyonce’s body too bootylicious for Egypt
The Canadian Embassy in Haiti has recently discouraged trips to the country, even for humanitarian purposes, leading some to question the motives behind Canada’s policies towards the impoverished country.
While social media tools like Facebook and Twitter are becoming increasingly popular with businesses trying to spread their word, many business owners still need to learn their photo tags from their hashtags.
What do you think of cosmetics with pharmaceutical ingredients?
There are plenty of opportunities right now for Winnipeggers to put their individual stamp on their city.
Even after losing the popular former premier Gary Doer, the NDP retain a firm grip on political popularity in Manitoba, a recent Probe Research poll indicates.
A recent report suggests vehicle ownership may be one way to help social assistance recipients find and keep jobs.
Tim Hortons’ kids will find new site; CBC News: Winnipeg goes late night; Israeli exchange students arrive in Winnipeg; Women judges honoured during Women’s History Month; Manitoba Hydro to submit to special audit
You’ve probably seen them in their bright green vests placing parking tickets on your windshield or handling cash drops at the University of Winnipeg banking machine.
Recent allegations by a local small-scale potato farmer that Peak of the Market tried to squeeze him out of business when he sold without permission to a national grocery chain has some wondering if Peak is playing by the rules.