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Man Trashes Morris Stampede Grounds

MORRIS - For no apparent reason a man destroys freshly laid sod at the Morris Stampede Grounds. RCMP from Morris have charged a 22-year-old man with Mischief after he was caught on video vandalizing the Morris Stampede grounds. The man drove his pickup truck on freshly laid sod, as you can see in the photo…

A Violent Night Sends 3 to Hospital With Gunshot Wounds

WINNIPEG - A violent night in Winnipeg sends three people to hospital suffering from gunshot wounds and has three people in custody facing multiple charges of attempted murder. After an intensive investigation, police made three arrests involving multiple violent incidents of attempted murder. Wednesday morning just before 3:00 AM police found three people with gunshot…

Manitoba City Makes Best Places to Celebrate Your 30th Birthday

Where are the Best Places to Celebrate Your Dirty 30 Birthday? Expedia has put together the top places to celebrate and a Manitoba City made it to the list. Churchill was featured as one of Best Places by Expedia.ca, noting "You’ll make plenty of new friends during a 30th birthday trip to Churchill, but we’re…

Morden RCMP Request Public's Help in Robbery

MORDEN - RCMP in Morden are asking for the pubic's help in a theft investigation. Police say on July 3rd there was a break-in at a Manitoba Hydro site located at the intersection of Highway 3 and Highway 14 in the RM of Stanley. The fence into the compound was cut and a significant amount…

Judge Rules Against Union in Wage Freeze

WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s public−sector unions lost a bid Friday for a temporary court injunction against a provincial government bill that would freeze wages for 110,000 workers. Court of Queen’s Bench Justice James Edmond rejected a request from more than a dozen unions —representing teachers, nurses, civil servants and others — to delay the wage freeze…

$1 Million Winning Lotto 649 Ticket Sold in Winnipeg

WINNIPEG - No winning ticket was sold for the $9 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw. However, the guaranteed $1 million prize went to a ticket holder in Winnipeg. Here are the numbers from the July 14th draw: The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on July 25th will be approximately $12…

Harris Has Big Night in Win Over Toronto

WINNIPEG - Andrew Harris ran for a career-high 161 yards and two touchdowns, and Matt Nichols threw for a pair of touchdowns as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers beat the Toronto Argonauts 38-20 in the first game of a home-and-home series between the two clubs. But they sure didn’t make it easy on themselves. The Bombers…

Nervous Times for CFL in Toronto

After their shocking collapse in Vancouver last weekend, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers got back on track in Toronto on Saturday afternoon. Led by 31-year-old Winnipeg-born-and-raised RB Andrew Harris, who carried 26 times for 156 yards and a touchdown and caught two passes for 16 more yards and another TD, the Bombers blasted the defending Grey…

RCMP Lasso Man, 19, With Cocaine at Selkirk Rodeo

SELKIRK - Selkirk RCMP while on patrol at the Selkirk Rodeo Beer Gardens noticed a young man who seemed to be intoxicated and appeared to be underage. Mounties approached the man, who police identified as 19-year-old Tyler Friesen. Friesen was of age to drink, but had court ordered conditions to abstain from alcohol. Police placed…

Woman in Her 20's Struck by Car Near U of M

WINNIPEG - A woman in her twenties was taken to hospital in critical condition after being struck by a car near the University of Manitoba. Police say the collision occurred Friday night after 10:00PM on Chancellor Matheson Road between Pembina Highway and University Crescent. The woman, in her twenties, was taken to hospital in critical…

MPI Releases Financials

Manitoba Public Insurance released financial details this week as they await a decision on their request to raise rates by 2.2%. MPI has reported a net income of $33.7 million for the three months of its fiscal year ending May 31, 2018. Net income of $14.9 million is reported for the Basic insurance line of…

Manitoba Bison Women’s Hockey Introduces Coach Sean Fisher

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba Bison women’s hockey team will have a new head coach for the 2018-19 season, Sean Fisher. Fisher was introduced as the program’s interim head coach, because Jon Rempel has received a six-month reassignment of duties to allow for professional development. Fisher, an assistant with Bison women’s hockey for the last four…

It’s an Amateur Sports Home Weekend

If there is an upside, it’s that the Winnipeg Blue Bombers will be on TV earlier this Saturday. Last week, Bomber fans had to wait until 9 p.m. to watch their beloved football team on TV. Of course, just after midnight they found themselves watching a team that led 17-0 at halftime lose 20-17 on…

Two Men Facing Drug Charges After One Ran Into a Police Cruiser

WINNIPEG - Two men are facing drug related charges after running into a police cruiser. Thursday night, just after 9:00 PM, police were in the area of Notre Dame Avenue and Albert Street. This area is under heavy construction with barricades limiting both pedestrian and vehicle traffic. Police noticed two men running, one of the…

Motorcycles Roared Out Of Winnipeg to Start an Important Journey

WINNIPEG — Four motorcycles roared out of Winnipeg on Friday at the start of a journey across the West to draw attention to the plight of former Indian day school students. Indigenous lawyer and activist Joan Jack led three other motorcycles onto the Trans−Canada Highway on Day 1 of the 2,300−kilometre trek. "I would say…

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