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Watch as The Tent Rises for Cavalia Odysseo

WINNIPEG, MB - It's a sight to see, the largest touring tent in the world being raised at the intersection of Sterling Lyon Parkway and Kenaston Boulevard. The tent will be home to Cavalia Odysseo’s return to Winnipeg on May 12 following a 2015 record-breaking debut run in Manitoba with more than 100,000 spectators. The…

Brandon Man Charged for Sexual Assault of Step Grandson & Step Daughter

BRANDON, MB - Police have charged a Brandon man for Sexual Interference with his step grandson. Police said this month they began an investigation after receiving information that a man repeatedly sexually assaulted his step grandson when the boy was between the ages of three and five years old. During the investigation police learned that…

Winnipeg Comedy Festival Ends With a Wedding?

WINNIPEG, MB - The Winnipeg Comedy Festival wrapped up with more than 9,800 people attending the various shows and the Festival may have even made history this weekend, with the VERY FIRST REAL WEDDING to ever take place onstage at a comedy festival! All those who attended The Debaters last Sunday were in for a…

Brandon Green Cart Program Returns

BRANDON, MB - The Brandon Green Cart Program will begin for another season on Tuesday, April 24th. The City’s Sanitation Section said this year weekly pick-up will be maintained through to early November, weather-depending. All collection days will coincide with your homes regular garbage and recycling pick-up day. As with last year's program you're asked…

Second Man Captured & Charged for Homicide

WINNIPEG, MB - Police have captured the second of two men wanted for a murder, as reported in Manitoba Post, in Winnipeg on April 4th. Wednesday homicide investigators arrested Jerome Devon Kakagamic, 24-years-old, for Second Degree Murder in the killing of Gilbert Chartrand. The other man arrested, on April 11th, was Faron Henderson, is 28-years-old.…

Celebrate Earth Day at the Zoo

WINNIPEG, MB. - You can do your part for Earth Day all week long at the Assiniboine Park Conservancy by dropping off old batteries and cell phones at Wild Things Unique Gifts. “Call2Recycle is proud to partner with Assiniboine Park Conservancy for their used battery drive,” said Joe Zenobio, president of Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. “Earth…

Delta Flight Makes Emergency Landing, Engine Catches Fire

WORLD NEWS - This is what we know this morning: A Delta Air Lines plane made an emergency landing, according to multiple media reports, after one of its engine caught fire. We have some raw video footage from Reuters News and a passenger onboard the flight.

Winning Lotto 6/49 Numbers

WINNIPEG, MB - There was no winning ticket purchased for last night's Lotto 6-49 draw which means the jackpot grows to an estimated $26 million dollars for the next draw Saturday, April 21st. Here are the numbers from the April 18th, 2018 draw. The Lotto Max draw for Friday, April 20th is an estimated $33…

Winnipeg Whiteout Party Will be Bigger, Better & Warmer

WINNIPEG, MB - Here we grow again, the Winnipeg Whiteout Street Party is once again being expanded. The next, bigger, Whiteout Party starts at 4:30 PM this Friday. The first street party was for game one on April 11. That party saw Donald Street between Portage and Graham closed off for party goers. There are…

Airlines Check Boeing 737 Engines, One of The Most Used, After Fatal Flight

WORLD NEWS - Airlines began inspecting Boeing 737 engines after an explosion killed a passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight. Aleksandra Michalska has more information in this Reuters News video report.

Wanted by Police

WINNIPEG, MB - Many law enforcement agencies in Manitoba provide pictures and details of individuals that are wanted by police. The Manitoba Post brings you those details and photos of wanted people in our province on a weekly basis. Please share this story with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Torien Craig Demas (PHOTO rcmp-grc.gc.ca)…

Should Government Legislate Balanced Budgets for Crown Corporations and Agencies?

WINNIPEG, MB - “Departmental spending accounts for just 22 per cent of the overall government budget,” declared Finance Minister Cameron Friesen in a speech to the Manitoba Chamber of Commerce the day after the budget was announced March 12. The other 78 per cent? That is spent by Crown corporations and agencies. These Crown operations…

Winnipeg Signs a Pair of Internationals

WINNIPEG, MB - There’s under two months until the Winnipeg Blue Bombers hit the field for their first pre-season game against the Edmonton Eskimos June 1st, but management has been hard at work as they continue to sign players to the roster. The Bombers announced the club has signed International linebacker Quentin Gause and International…

Cheap Trick Live at The Burt

WINNIPEG, MB - Not many people over the age of 50 didn't have the album Live at Budokan. Relive those days August 31st when Cheap Trick visits the Burton Cummings Theatre. With timeless classics such as "I Want You to Want Me" and "Surrender", Cheap Trick, now with drummer Dax Nielsen, are a musical institution.…

Details Emerging About The Engine That Blew Apart on Southwest Jet

WORLD NEWS - European regulators this month began requiring an inspection by early next year of the type of engine that blew apart on a fatal Southwest Airlines flight on Tuesday, and a source said U.S. regulators were near a similar rule. Grace Lee has more information in this Reuters News video report.

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