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  • Meth use causes spike in needle cleanup: Bear Clan
    par Josh Aldrich le 26/05/2020 à 1:46

    The Bear Clan Patrol has already picked up estimated 100,000 needles this year from Winnipeg streets. They picked up 145,000 all of last year. James Favel, executive director of the organization, however said this is not due to COVID-19, it is because of the continued growth of the city’s […]

  • Letters: May 26, 2020
    par Mark Hamm le 26/05/2020 à 10:43

    Glad I had a gun I have a few questions for those who think only the police and soldiers should have guns. When I lived in Gander, N.L., my house was on the outskirts of town and deep woods were only 100 metres behind it. Twice I had to shoot at bears — one that

  • Two recent COVID-19 cases linked to Walmart employee, three straight days without a new case
    par Scott Billeck le 26/05/2020 à 12:03

    Manitoba continues to pitch shutouts when it comes to new COVID-19 cases in the province. For a third straight day the province announced no new cases of the virus, keeping the total case count at 292 on Monday. There have been zero cases reported in 11 of the past 13 days. The most recent two

  • ALDRICH: A perfect time to rediscover own backyard
    par Josh Aldrich le 25/05/2020 à 11:58

    One thing I was pleased not to see in the draft for the second phase of Manitoba’s Restoring Safe Services Plan was interprovincial travel restrictions being lifted. Manitobans have sacrificed far too much to put our progress and safety at risk. Monday marked a third straight day without a […]

  • Violent crime spree has police, union, leaders searching for answers
    par James Snell le 25/05/2020 à 11:40

    Violent crime in Winnipeg is reaching critical levels during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over a 24-hour period this past weekend, the Winnipeg Police responded to an unusually high number of calls for myriad incidents including aggravated assault, murder and gunfire. The WPS triages 911 calls in order […]

  • New initiative launched to get COVID-19 info to First Nations health care managers
    par Mark Hamm le 25/05/2020 à 11:30

    The First Nations Health Managers Association (FNHMA) announced its newest initiative called InfoPoint in response to health managers and health directors looking for a credible and relevant source of information about COVID-19. FNHMA chief executive officer Marion Crowe said there is a lack of […]

  • Assiniboia Downs becomes first track in Canada to open Monday as live racing season begins, without fans
    par Ted Wyman le 25/05/2020 à 11:18

    Being first out of the gate with its live racing season could be a big advantage for Assiniboia Downs as it sets up for an endurance test against the Covid-19 pandemic. The Downs ran six thoroughbred horse races Monday night, albeit without fans in the stands, marking the first live sports event in […]

  • Manitoba Hydro working to find alternative savings to avoid layoffs
    par Scott Billeck le 25/05/2020 à 10:49

    Layoff notices won’t be handed out at Manitoba Hydro until at least next week, according to an email sent out to employees by the Crown corp on Monday. The email, signed by Hydro’s vice-president of human resources Sharon Harrald, said the Crown’s executive leadership team […]

  • Man busted for performing indecent act, police ask other victims to come forward
    par Glen Dawkins le 25/05/2020 à 10:20

    A man was arrested Sunday evening after a woman witnessed him perform an indecent act with police asking for others who may have been victimized to come forward. At shortly after 9 p.m., officers responded to the area of Main Street and Market Avenue for a report of a male who had exposed himself to

  • Arrest made after stolen truck crashed into buses, almost hit pedestrians
    par Glen Dawkins le 25/05/2020 à 10:20

    An Ebb and Flow First Nation man is facing charges after a stolen vehicle collided with city buses and almost hit several pedestrians in rush-hour traffic, early last month. On April 7, at around 4:15 p.m., emergency personnel responded to Portage Avenue and Vaughn Street for a report of a […]

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