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11 Deaths, 365 Cases

WINNIPEG - The province is reporting 11 COVID-19 deaths today. Nine of them are at long-term care homes. Seven of today's deaths are in Winnipeg. There are also 365 new cases of coronavirus today, including 241 in Winnipeg. 9,172 cases are active right now. 7,010 people have recovered. The total number of cases so far…

COVID Helmet

WINNIPEG - It's hard enough to get people to wear a simple face mask but now there's the MicroClimate Air to protect you from COVID-19. The washable helmet freshens incoming and outgoing air with a HEPA filter and fans that keep it from fogging up. They seem to be advertising it to business people who…

Leo Mol Figurine

WINNIPEG - Leonid Molodozhanyn, better known as Leo Mol, was a Ukrainian-Canadian artist renowned for his glass art, paintings and most notably his sculpting talents. He was taught the art of ceramics in his father’s pottery workshop in Russia and showed real promise in his early years. Mol eventually pursued a career in the field,…

RCMP Warn Churchgoers

WINNIPEG - The Mounties are reminding people, especially in the Steinbach area, that large gatherings of any kind are against current public health orders. The RCMP say in a statement that all places of worship must be closed and drive-in religious services aren't permitted right now, even if people remain in their vehicles at all…

Possible Exposures/Sunday

WINNIPEG - Here are the most recent possible exposures to COVID-19 in Winnipeg, as provided by provincial public health officials.

Cracking Down On Reatilers

WINNIPEG - The province is promising more tickets if retailers don't follow public health orders. This after the Costco on Mcgillivray was hit with a $5,000 fine this week for selling non-essential items. At least one Walmart in Winnipeg was getting creative by letting customers drive-thru the parking lot and pick items from a flyer…

Lotto 6/49 Winning Numbers

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto 6/49 winning numbers from Saturday, November 28th. Good luck! The $9 million jackpot wasn't won so Wednesday's draw will be for $11 million. In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the WCLC, the latter shall prevail. Photo: WCLC

Possible Exposures/Saturday

WINNIPEG - Here are the most recent possible exposures to COVID-19 in Winnipeg, as provided by provincial public health officials.

41st Homicide

WINNIPEG - With just over a month to go in 2020, the city is very close to its record for murders. The 41st homicide of the year happened early Friday morning in the 200 block of College Avenue. Police aren't releasing the cause of death. Witnesses saw someone being taken from the scene in the…

3 Stabbings In Just Hours

WINNIPEG - Police are investigating a trio of unrelated stabbings on Thursday. There was one in the afternoon and then two more that night. They happened in the 400 block of Sherbrook Street, the 300 block of Assiniboine Avenue and the 600 block of Main Street. All three victims are in hospital recovering. Cops have…

Lotto Max Winning Numbers

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto Max winning numbers from Friday, November 27th. Good luck! The $55 million jackpot wasn't won so Tuesday's draw will be for $60 million. In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the WCLC, the latter shall prevail. Photos: WCLC

Bowman's Budget

WINNIPEG - Thanks to almost $75 million in federal money, Mayor Brian Bowman has managed to balance the 2021 budget. The document proposes over $150 million in road renewal. There 's also money for libraries, recreational facilities and trees. However, police are being asked to find millions of dollars in savings. The city's property taxes…

Hospital Moves To Care Home

WINNIPEG - A small hospital in western Manitoba has temporarily closed so its staff can focus on a nearby long-term care facility. The Prairie Mountain Health Authority says 18-bed Grandview Health Centre is closed until further notice as hospital staff and resources are being deployed to contain a COVID-19 outbreak at Grandview Personal Care Home,…

'Loved Ones' Dying

WINNIPEG - Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin says 70 per cent of the total COVID-19 deaths that have happened in Manitoba have happened in November as the rate of infection shows little sign of slowing down. Dr. Roussin says there have been more than 180 COVID-19-related deaths in November so far, up from…

Earl To The Rescue

WINNIPEG - RCMP in Gimli say their K9 officer Earl helped find a seriously injured man this week. A 22 year old Winnipeg guy was one of two drivers who hit a ditch in the RM of Armstrong after one of the vehicles side-swiped the other. He left the scene on foot so officers including…

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