Los Angeles Kings beat Winnipeg Jets 4-1 to tie team score

Nate Schmidt of the Winnipeg Jets skates against Victor Arvidson of the Los Angeles Kings on March 25.Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Victor Arvidson scored twice as the Los Angeles Kings tied the longest scoring streak in franchise history with a 4-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday afternoon. Drew Doughty scored and assisted and Alex … Read more

Comparing down payments and mortgage rate drops across cities: This week’s real estate headlines

Home of the Week, 4390 Anderson St., Whitby, Ont.Robert Horowka/Robert Horowka/Birdhouse Media Here are the top housing and real estate stories from The Globe and Mail this week, including today’s lowest mortgage rates in Canada, reviews from our mortgage experts and homes worth a look. What will downtown office districts look like when the five-day … Read more

Manitoba builds new schools through public-private partnership

The Manitoba provincial government announced Friday plans to build nine new schools in a public-private partnership five years after abandoning a similar proposal. Government Services Minister James Teitsma said the nine schools would be awarded through a single tender, with the developer responsible for ongoing major maintenance and construction. “The point of bundling schools together … Read more

Lowry’s tie-breaking goal gives Jets 3-2 win over Ducks

Winnipeg Jets center Mason Appleton, left, celebrates with teammates after scoring in the first quarter against the Anaheim Ducks in Anaheim. The Jets go 3-2 on March 23, 2023.Alex Gallardo/AP Adam Lowry scored the tie-breaking goal with 9:13 left and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Anaheim Ducks 3-2 on Thursday night for a playoff win. … Read more

Why Parents Should Try to Find Money for RRSP Contributions, Even During These Expensive Times

Now is the one-year repayment period for the interest-free loans you made to the federal and provincial governments in the previous year. Despite their popularity, tax refunds are less a true windfall than a sign of suboptimal planning.but the reality is 66% Returns processed so far for the 2022 tax year are being refunded. If … Read more

Manitoba gov’t expects spring floods, but no threat to community defenses

Portions of Highway 75 southbound to the United States were closed on May 15 due to flooding of the Red River south of Winnipeg.John Woods/The Canadian Press The Manitoba government expects flooding along the Red River south of Winnipeg this year, but not enough to overcome community levees and diversions. The province’s outlook for March … Read more

Jets score early to beat Coyotes 2-1

Winnipeg Jets’ Ninoy De Wright tries to control the puck as Arizona Coyotes’ Conor McGee defends with goaltender Karel Vermelka during the third quarter of Winnipeg’s game. The Jets go 2-1 on March 21, 2023.FRED GREENSLADE/Canadian Press Connor Hellebuyck made 29 saves to help the Winnipeg Jets beat the Arizona Coyotes 2-1 on Tuesday. The … Read more

Manitoba services for sexual assault victims face more staffing issues as nurses quit

Four of 13 Manitoba nurses whose temps helped screen victims of sexual assault resigned Tuesday, their union blaming a lack of staffing and support. Darlene Jackson, president of the Manitoba Nurses Union, said in a written statement: “It is very unfortunate that these nurses are advocating as strongly as they do for a project in … Read more

After a year of stalemate, the Nexus Trusted Traveler program will fully resume on April 24

The Nexus trusted traveler program will be fully reinstated within five weeks, allowing frequent border crossers to complete their applications and expedite their travel, the federal government said. Enrollment in the program has been suspended in Canada for nearly a year after the Nexus Enrollment Center opened its doors in the United States, in part … Read more

Manitoba government pledges $2.1 million to find and help missing persons

Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson listens to Manitoba Families Minister Rochelle Squires at an event in Winnipeg on January 31 speeches delivered in.John Woods/The Canadian Press The Manitoba government has committed $2.1 million to new ways to find and help missing people. The province said the Winnipeg Police Service will be the centralized recipient of missing … Read more