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  • Vehicles equipped with winter tires in fewer crashes: MPI study
    par Scott Billeck le 28/10/2020 à 3:55

    A new report released by the province’s auto insurer says vehicles equipped with winter tires are involved in few crashes than those without them. Based on an analysis of winter month claims — November to March — winter tire use is estimated to reduce collision claim frequency by […]

  • Outbreak at Victoria General Hospital claims first victim
    par Scott Billeck le 28/10/2020 à 3:12

    An outbreak at Victoria General Hospital has claimed its first victim. The patient, who was not identified, was transferred to St. Boniface Hospital prior to their death. The outbreak at Victoria now stands at 38 cases, 19 patients and 19 staff in both their 5N and 5S medicine units. […]

  • Letters: October 28, 2020
    par Mark Hamm le 28/10/2020 à 10:02

    Photo radar a cash grab Being a strong advocate for the photo radar system, I was quite upset with myself when I received a ticket for going 43 in a 30 zone. People who put children, workers, other drivers, and pedestrians at risk should be penalized. My only dispute has been when the city has

  • COVID-19 cases hit daily high with 184 announced in Manitoba Tuesday, along with three more deaths
    par Scott Billeck le 28/10/2020 à 1:15

    Public health officials announce another record day for COVID-19 in Manitoba, with a single-day pandemic-high of 184 new cases reported in the province. The province’s test positivity rate also reached a new pandemic-high at 7.5%. Three more deaths were announced, bringing the total death […]

  • CUPE calls for personal care home inspections as COVID-19 outbreaks spread
    par Scott Billeck le 28/10/2020 à 1:14

    The union that represents workers in 10 of Manitoba’s privately-operated personal care homes is calling on public health to conduct immediate inspections. In the wake of outbreaks at multiple care homes in Winnipeg and outside of the capital, the Canadian Union of Public Employees wants the […]

  • Surveillance testing at Maples Personal Care Home reveals dozens of asymptomatic cases
    par Scott Billeck le 28/10/2020 à 1:13

    Surveillance testing at Maples Personal Care Home in Winnipeg has revealed nearly 70 residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 without showing any symptoms of the virus. In a media statement sent out by Maples PCH operator Revera on Tuesday, a total of 96 residents on the second floor of the […]

  • ALDRICH: Learn to read the room, Dougald as Liberals make tone-deaf move
    par Josh Aldrich le 28/10/2020 à 1:06

    The Manitoba Liberal Party has picked the pandemic’s largest spike in the province to die on a baffling mole hill. Instead of granting leave on Monday to allow debate on Bill 44, which would make amendments to the Employment Standards Code and allow for protection of those seeking paid sick […]

  • FRIESEN: Jets’ Harkins gets a little security
    par Paul Friesen le 27/10/2020 à 11:51

    They’re only going to get tougher from here. Jansen Harkins figures his latest contract with the Winnipeg Jets will probably be one of the easier negotiations of his career. At least, that’s the plan. The 23-year-old forward, a restricted free agent, has inked a new two-year pact that, […]

  • Ongoing travel restrictions continue to hurt airport’s bottom line: Airports Authority
    par James Snell le 27/10/2020 à 11:36

    Ongoing travel restrictions brought on by the pandemic continue to adversely affect recovery efforts at the Winnipeg Airports Authority (WAA). The WAA released a summary of its third quarter activity on Tuesday, saying passenger traffic remained low with an average of only 2,051 travelers passing […]

  • All options on table for Parkview Place outbreak: Friesen
    par James Snell le 27/10/2020 à 11:23

    Health Minister Cameron Friesen said Tuesday that all options are on the table after another COVID-19 related death at Parkview Place personal care home in Winnipeg. Friesen said he’s monitoring the situation closely and getting regular updates in terms of how the company is responding to […]

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