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Drugs & Cash Seized in Dauphin Traffic Stop

WINNIPEG - A traffic stop in Dauphin back on June 5th lead to the seizure of drugs and cash. RCMP stopped the vehicle just after 2:00PM, Tuesday, June 5th on 3rd Avenue N.E. in Dauphin. The traffic stop led the seizure of 190 grams of cocaine, a large sum of Canadian currency and various drug…

UNREAL - This Man Steals a Kids Bike in La Salle - Know Him?

WINNIPEG - This guy must really, really, really need a bicycle bad. RCMP turned to Twitter to release video of a bad guy stealing a little girls bike in La Salle. Mounties believe the car in the video may be involved in several other thefts, and break and enters in the La Salle area. C'mon…

Two Arrested for Armed Car-Jacking in Winnipeg

WINNIPEG - Another armed car-jacking in Winnipeg on Monday night just before 10:00PM. Police said a 28-year-old man had stopped in his vehicle when he was approached by three men, one armed with a sawed-off rifle. One of the men pointed the rifle at the driver and ordered him to turn over his car keys…

Winnipeg's Most Wanted

WINNIPEG - Law enforcement agencies in Manitoba provide pictures and details of individuals that are wanted by police in their communities. The Manitoba Post brings you those details and photos of wanted people in our province on a weekly basis. Please share them with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Christopher Pitts Christopher Pitts is…

Trudeau Makes Former CBC Reporter a Senator

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is appointing former journalist and public servant Julie Miville−Dechene to fill a Senate vacancy from Quebec. Miville−Dechene spent 25 years as an award−winning news and public affairs correspondent for Radio−Canada in Washington, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal. In 2007, she became the first woman appointed to the position of ombudsman…

Jets Welcome Kings for Home Opener

WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Jets welcome Anze Kopitar and the Los Angeles Kings to Bell MTS Place October 9 as they open up the home portion of the 2018-19 regular season. The Jets will open up the season on the road in St. Louis against the Blues Oct. 4. The NHL announced the home openers…

Candidate for Mayor, Jenny Motkaluk, Sets the Tone For Her Campaign

WINNIPEG - A city business consultant launched her Mayoral campaign with two public events on Monday, and Jenny Motkaluk set out a very different direction for City Hall spending. Motkaluk defined Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman by describing efforts to reintroduce street-level crossings at Portage and Main as the biggest example of him being heavy on…

Whitehall Takes the Lead

WINNIPEG - It was a great Father’s Day for Antonio Whitehall. The 24-year-old jockey from Barbados fired a hat-trick on Sunday as he won his 13th, 14th and 15th races of the season at Assiniboia Downs and took over the jockey lead from Adolfo Morales. Whitehall, who won two legs of the Barbados Triple Crown…

Surviving Humboldt Broncos Together Again for First Time Since Crash

HUMBOLDT, Sask. — Ten of the 13 survivors from the Humboldt Broncos bus crash are in Las Vegas this week to attend the NHL awards. Some of the players who boarded flights in Saskatoon on Monday said they expected an emotional trip. “It’s just going to be great to see everyone,” said Xavier LaBelle, who…

Wanted by Brandon Police

BRANDON - Law enforcement agencies in Manitoba provide pictures and details of individuals that are wanted by police on a regular basis. The Manitoba Post brings you those details and photos of wanted people in our province weekly and as needed by police. Please share this with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Brandon Police…

T-Bones Score Early to Beat the Goldeyes

WINNIPEG – The Winnipeg Goldeyes lost 7-3 to the Kansas City T-Bones at Shaw Park on Tuesday night. With runners on the corners and one out in the top of the first, Zach Walters lifted a sacrifice fly to left that scored Dylan Tice with the game’s first run. “Tough one,” said Goldeyes’ manager Rick…

Byelection Officially Called for St. Boniface

WINNIPEG - A byelection for the provincial constituency of St. Boniface will be held on Tuesday, July 17th. The Premier made the byelection announcement Tuesday. This is the second byelection called under legislation introduced in 2016 to ensure byelections to fill a vacancy in the legislature would be called within 180 days. The vacancy in…

Missing Selkirk Man Last Seen June 12th

SELKIRK - RCMP are asking for the public's help locating a missing 42-year-old man from the Selkirk. Chad Christopher Giffin was last seen at 2:00 PM on June 12th, on Manitoba Avenue in Selkirk. Police said Giffin is now believed to be in Winnipeg. Giffin is described as Caucasian, 6’0”, 300 pounds, with blue eyes…

Body of 4-Year-Old who Drowned Found by Community Members

SHAMATTAWA, MB - On June 14th RCMP ended their search for a 4-year-old boy who had drowned on June 12th after community members discovered the body of the boy. The young boy had been swimming with other children in Gods River in Shamattawa, when he began struggling and went under the water. Community members and…

Winnipeg Cookie Company Gets Custom Order from Kardashian

WINNIPEG — A Manitoba cookie company is receiving praise from Khloe Kardashian for custom creations featuring her daughter True. The famous Kardashian posted a photo of the custom−order cookies made by Winnipeg’s Scientific Sweets on Instagram. "I have never seen cuter cookies in all my life," Kardashian proclaimed in a video showcasing the cookies on…

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