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Toddler Dies In Manitoba Farm Accident

WINNIPEG - Manitoba RCMP are investigating the death of a toddler on a farm in the Pembina Valley. The child was already dead when Mounties arrived on the scene late Thursday afternoon. Officers say the two year old boy fell from a cabless tractor which was being operated by an adult male. No charges have…

Manitoba Planning Community Deer Hunt

WINNIPEG - A community deer hunt is planned as part of Manitoba's emergency response to the discovery of Chronic Wasting Disease. The very contagious and deadly disease was recently detected in the southwest part of the province. Landowners and Indigenous hunters who want to participate in the hunt can obtain a special permit in Roblin.…

Glover Raising Money For Manitoba Legal Fight

WINNIPEG - Shelly Glover is raising money for her legal fight to overturn the results of the Manitoba Conservative leadership vote. The Glover Democracy Defence Fund hopes to collect $50,000 for the case which is set for December 10th in Court of Queen's Bench. Glover claims there were irregularities in the selection of Heather Stefanson…

Police Seize Motorized Cooler

WINNIPEG - Police in Australia have ticketed a man and confiscated his unusual vehicle. Swan Valley Police posted this photo of the motorized drink cooler on their Facebook page. They also shared a photo of the cooler loaded on the bed of a large tow truck. They say the 25 year old man was fined…

Lotto Max Winning Numbers

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto Max winning numbers from Friday, November 26th. Good luck! The $27 million jackpot was not won so Tuesday's draw will rise to $32 million. In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the WCLC, the latter shall prevail.

Winnipeg Jets Humiliated By Wild

WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Jets suffered one of their most humiliating defeats in recent memory suffering a 7-1 loss at the hands of Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center on Friday afternoon. Winnipeg went down 1-0 just 52 seconds in, 2-0 before eight minutes had passed and 5-0 before the game reached its halfway point…

1 Death, 153 Cases In Manitoba

WINNIPEG - The province is reporting one new deaths today from COVID-19. There are also 153 new cases of the virus today, 98 of them not fully vaccinated. 1,516 cases are active, 64,599 people have recovered, for a total of 67,420 cases so far. 134 people are in hospital, including 24 in intensive care. The…

3rd Stabbing at Winnipeg Hotel in 4 Years

WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Police Service says a man is in critical condition this morning after a third stabbing at the same hotel building within four years. Police say they responded to the area of the National Hotel (formerly called the Manwin) just after 4 on Friday following a report about a man who had…

Manitoba Commits $7M for School Ventilation

WINNIPEG - The province says it’s investing $6.8 million in additional funding toward improving ventilation in schools. Education Minister Cliff Cullen says the extra dedicated funds will cover the costs of ventilation improvements in education facilities across Manitoba, including the purchase of stand-alone filtration systems for as many as 6,000 classrooms — and the filters…

Winnipeg Police Probe Alleged Murder on Mountain

WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Police Service says it’s investigating the death of a man who was found injured at a home in the city’s North End as a homicide. Investigators say they responded to an address on Mountain Ave. between Salter and Main Streets and joined members of the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service who were…

2 New Care Home Outbreaks In Manitoba

WINNIPEG - Provincial public health officials have declared new COVID-19 outbreaks at two Manitoba care homes. There are now five care homes and three assisted living facilities in the province where COVID is spreading. 10 Manitobans have died in care home outbreaks in the past month, including three just yesterday. Jan Legeros, executive director of…

Winnipeg Residential Parking Ban

WINNIPEG - A residential parking ban goes into effect Saturday at 7 a.m. in Winnipeg. 300 pieces of snow clearing equipment will take to the streets for a major plowing operation. The first snow zones set to be cleared are C, G, J, L, P and S. You can look up your street here. City…

Winnipeg Schools End All-Day Kindergarten

WINNIPEG - All-day kindergarten is coming to an end at the Winnipeg School Division. Manitoba's biggest school division which has weighed the pros and cons for years has decided to go with half-days. This means full-day classes for kindergarten kids at 11 schools that were part of a pilot study will go back to half-days…

5 Deaths, 183 Cases In Manitoba

WINNIPEG - The province is reporting five new deaths today from COVID-19. There are also 183 new cases of the virus today, 119 of them not fully vaccinated. 1,493 cases are active, 64,478 people have recovered, for a total of 67,275 cases so far. 136 people are in hospital, including 24 in intensive care. The…

Winnipeg Man Beaten Unconscious with His Own Cane

WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Police Service says a man in his 50s was beaten with his own cane until he was bloodied and unconscious by a stranger. The man accused of the assault, who is nearly 20 years younger than the victim, was arrested after police say he returned to the area of the downtown…

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