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Winning Lotto 649 Numbers for May 18

WINNIPEG - There was no winning ticket for the $5 million dollar jackpot in last night's Lotto 649 draw. However, a ticket holder in Winnipeg won almost $69,000. The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on May 22 will be approximately $7 million. Here are the winning numbers for Saturday, May 18, 2019. In…

Winning Lotto Max Numbers for May 17

WINNIPEG - There was no winning ticket for last night's $22 million Lotto Max jackpot. The jackpot for the next draw on Tuesday, May 21 will be approximately $27 million. Here are the winning Lotto Max numbers for Friday, May 17, 2019. In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the official information…

52 Year-Old Winnipeg Man Charged with Child Pornography

WINNIPEG - A 52 year-old man has been charged after police began an investigation into allegations that someone in Winnipeg had distributed images of child pornography. As a result of the investigation, 52 year-old Douglas Alex Kuluk has been charged with possess child pornography and distribute, sell or possess for the purpose of child pornography.…

24 Year-Old Man in Critical Condition After He Was Stabbed During Argument

WINNIPEG - A 24-year-old man is in critical condition in hospital after he was stabbed during a fight. Police believe that the victim was stabbed several times when he became involved in an argument with the suspect at about 11:00PM on May 14th on Henry Avenue. They did not know each other prior to the…

Frightening Array of Weapons Seized in Traffic Stop

WINNIPEG - A frightening array of weapons was seized after police stopped an SUV travelling on Watt Street with an obstructed licence plate. When police pulled over the vehicle they saw a hatchet inside and placed all four occupants under arrest. A search of the vehicle resulted in the seizure of a number of items…

RoadWatch Program Kicks Off Holiday Weekend

WINNIPEG - Victoria Day weekend will see an enhanced police presence on Manitoba streets and highways as the Roadwatch Program kicks off its 21st year. With over 2,220 impaired drivers taken off the roads in the last 10 years, the program has been highly successful in increasing awareness. Impaired driving continues to be a major…

2nd Round of Cannabis Retail Stores Selected

The next round of cannabis retail stores have been selected by a randomized draw. Each pre-qualified retailer received one ballot per community of interest. One ballot was drawn for each identified community, as well as a second standby ballot. Through the randomized draw, the following retailers have been selected: Altona: – Selected retailer: Westleaf Inc.…

Harrowing Details of Abuse in Murder Trial

WINNIPEG — One of five women who lived with a man accused of killing one of them has testified that she was locked in a laundry room when he got jealous to teach the others a lesson. Jessica Reid, 36, says she didn’t leave Perez Cleveland because she was dependent on him for a place…

Drug Trafficker Walks Street with Gun and Body Armour

WINNIPEG - A drug trafficker armed himself with a .22 automatic handgun and body armour as he walked Main Street carrying drugs and cash. Police were alerted to the man carrying a gun at about 6:15 PM on May 15. They took him safely into custody and when he was searched they found the .22…

Man Terrorizes Multiple Victims During Drug-Induced Crime Spree

WINNIPEG - A 20 year-old man terrorized innocent victims, causing some to flee through windows, threatening to kill and set fire to others. The suspect started his violent spree at 6:00AM on May 14 when he approached a man walking with a cup of coffee and knocked the hot drink over the man's face and…

2 1/2 Year Double-Homicide Investigation Ends in 3 Charged with 1st Degree Murder

POWERVIEW - After 2 1/2 years of in-depth investigation and numerous RCMP resources into the double homicide of two St. Georges men, police have now charges three people with first degree murder. On February 28, 2017 RCMP discovered a 43 year-old man and a 53 year-old man deceased. The had both been shot. Project Distort,…

One Suspect Turns Himself In: Second Still at Large for Robbery

WINNIPEG - A 43 year-old man has turned himself into police regarding the robbery of a 54 year-old man in March at Main Street near Jefferson Avenue. The victim's bank card had been used at a number of nearby businesses. After police released the surveillance images of the suspects, one of them turned himself in…

Hit and Run Seriously Injures Woman on Portage Avenue

WINNIPEG - A hit and run on Portage Avenue late last night resulted in a pedestrian being taken to hospital with serious injuries. The victim, a woman in her 30's, was struck by an eastbound vehicle as she attempted to cross the street. The vehicle fled the scene. She was taken to hospital in critical…

Are Raptor's Canada's Team? Not Quite

TORONTO — Canada’s Team? Not quite. The Toronto Raptors enjoy a strong following in southern Ontario but it can be a rather mixed bag throughout the rest of the country. Supporters have been out in force in some cities but other markets are greeting the team’s deep playoff run with a shrug of the shoulders.…

Cabinet Conjecture

During election campaigns, the topic of who will be in the cabinet is usually ignored. Party leaders do not want to admit that some candidates will probably never be appointed. Most candidates promise to accept any assignment. Some Canadian prime ministers have disrespected the electoral process by appointing non caucus members. In the 1940 federal…

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