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No New Cases Monday

WINNIPEG - There's been no new CoVid-19 in Manitoba for 13 days in a row now. That's the longest stretch since the pandemic began over four months ago. And there's only one active case of coronavirus in the province, down from four last Friday. Still, health officials are warning people to remain vigilant. The virus…

Jets Camp Underway

WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Jets' Summer Camp got going this morning at Bell MST IcePlex. The team released a roster of 33 players. The Jets start playing for real in Edmonton on Saturday, July 31st. They face Calgary in the first round in a best of five series.

Lotto 6/49 Winning Numbers

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto 6/49 winning numbers from Saturday, July 11th. Good luck checking your tickets! The $8 million jackpot wasn't won and now grows to $11 million for Wednesday's draw. In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the WCLC, the latter shall prevail. Photos: WCLC

Folk Fest Goes Virtual

WINNIPEG - Under normal circumstances, Birds Hill Provincial Park would be packed this weekend with Folk Festival fans but not this year. CoVid-19 changed all that. Organizers cancelled the event a few months ago at the height of the pandemic but the show must go on and it will tonight, virtually. The Winnipeg Folk Fest…

Lotto Max Winning Numbers

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto Max winning numbers from Friday, July 10th. Good luck checking your tickets! The $35 million dollar jackpot wasn't won so it grows to $40 million for Tuesday's draw. In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the WCLC, the latter shall prevail. Photos: WCLC

4 Hour Standoff On Selkirk

WINNIPEG - A 25 year old man faces a dozen charges after a police standoff today in the North End. The guy was taken into custody just before 11 o'clock this morning in the 700 block of Selkirk Avenue. The suspect is accused of threatening two women in a house with a gun. The women…

Manitoba Jobs Returning

WINNIPEG - The unemployment rates for June are out. In Manitoba, the joblessness improved to 10.1 per cent. That's down from 11.2 in May. This province leads the country in student employment and saw an increase of 28,900 in overall employment from May to June. “Thanks to the efforts of all Manitobans and based on…

Zebra Mussels On The Move

WINNIPEG - Zebra mussels have turned up in a body of water north of Lake Winnipeg. The province says they've been found in Sipiwesk Lake which is part of the Nelson River where this invasive species was first detected almost a year ago. Boat owners are reminded to check for zebra mussels to try and…

$1,123 Speeding Ticket

WINNIPEG - RCMP have handed out another whopper of a speeding ticket for $1,123. This one goes to a 22 year old BC man who was going 192 kilometres an hour in a 110 zone. He was busted on the Trans-Canada Highway near Portage la Prairie. The officers who pulled him over say it was…

Deadly Motorcycle Crash

WINNIPEG - At about 3:45 this morning, emergency crews were called to Salter and Jefferson for a motor vehicle accident. Once there, they found the driver of a motorcycle in critical condition. He died later in hospital. Police are investigating.

Home Sales Recovering

WINNIPEG - Home sales in the city were solid last month, 24 per cent higher than last June. Winnipeg Realtors says while sales slipped early in the pandemic, they're now bouncing back nicely. In fact, the first half of the year is within one per cent of the five year average. However, while sales are…

Lotto 6/49 Winning Numbers

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto 6/49 winning numbers from Wednesday, July 8th. There's no winner of the big prize of $6 million so the jackpot grows to $8 million on Saturday. However, there was a $100,000 Extra winner in Manitoba. Good luck checking your tickets! In the event of any discrepancy between this information…

Growth Fees Go Back

WINNIPEG - The city's latest loss in court involves impact fees that have been collected since 2017. The judge in the case involving the Manitoba Home Builders' Association has ordered the $30 million dollars be returned with interest. City hall is considering its next move but could appeal the decision. These impact or growth fees…

Mandatory Masks At Brandon Airport

WINNIPEG - The city of Brandon says face masks will be mandatory at the airport there starting Friday. Officials say it became necessary because of the growing number of people attending the terminal for WestJet's summer flight schedule. This is in addition to Transport Canada's requirement for people to wear a mask on planes and…

Arrest In Murder #21

WINNIPEG - Police have arrested in suspect in the city's latest murder, the 21st of the year. 34 year old Charles Wilfred Thompson is accused of second degree murder. 44 year old Adam Douglas Monkman was found dead after being assaulted Monday night in the 400 block of Maryland.

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