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Winnipeg Man Arrested in Taxi After a Gun and Drugs Were Found

WINNIPEG - A Winnipeg man was arrested after police found him with a loaded gun in the passenger seat of a taxi. On December 11th at 1:30 am police observed a passenger in a taxi committing a traffic violation. When they stopped the vehicle, they discovered a loaded and improvised .22 calibre firearm partially concealed…

Unfortunate Holiday Check Stop for Car Thieves

WINNIPEG - The Holiday Check-Stop Program nabbed a stolen vehicle while conducting their yearly high-visibility line-up. On December 11 at 12:00 am. the check stop was being conducted at Main Street and Assiniboine Avenue. When one vehicle was directed to the front of the line, it was discovered to be a stolen vehicle with stolen…

CFIB:2019 Brings a Host of New Taxes for Small Business Owners

Small businesses are facing a not so happy new year and will have to tighten their belts to deal with a host of new taxes, including Canada Pension Plan increases, new passive investment rules and the federal carbon tax in several provinces, warns the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB). With the Finance Ministers meeting…

Sal's Bans Single Use Plastic Items

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg institution known for its bitty burgers is going more green. The newest Salisbury House restaurant to open its doors has become the chain’s first location to ban single−use plastic items. The company says its other eight restaurants in Manitoba will ban plastic sometime next year and replace items with biodegradable options.…

Stay Safe This Holiday Season

WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Police have offered some helpful tips to keep you safe this holiday season. -Lock your windows and doors before you leave the house. -Do not put your Christmas gifts in view of your windows. -Record the serial numbers of expensive items you have purchased. If possible take a picture -Lock your…

Winnipeg Man Defrauds 8 Veterinary Hospitals

WINNIPEG - A Winnipeg man has been arrested for defrauding eight Veterinary hospitals between May 2017 and August 2018. Police believe that the suspect would bring a number of dogs to the clinics and ask for medical treatment for the animals under a false name. When he was asked to pay he would either adjust…

Police Officer Poked with Bloody Syringe

WINNIPEG - A Winnipeg police officer was poked with a used syringe while arresting a man for public urination. On December 8th at 10:50 in the morning, police observed a man urinating in a back lane. As they stopped the man they noticed that he had a crowbar on him and he was arrested. While…

28 Break and Enters for Winnipeg Man

WINNIPEG - A Winnipeg man faces 28 counts of Break and Enter to businesses in the William Whyte and Dufferin area between November 24th and December 9th. Because of the high volume of break-ins that were occurring, police began to actively target the area. On December 9th at 5:00am police responded quickly to a report…

Air 1 Aids Police Chase for Stolen Vehicle

WINNIPEG - Police arrested four suspects in a stolen vehicle after Air1 tracked them through the North End of the city. On December 9 at 10:25 pm, police spotted a stolen vehicle driving erratically and without taillights. The patrol units backed off while Air 1 tracked them. During the chase one passenger ran from the…

Police Looking For Armed and Dangerous Winnipeg Man

WINNIPEG - Police are looking for an armed and dangerous Winnipeg man who was involved in a violent incident on December 8th. 36 year-old Roy Christopher Brandson forced himself into a home on Sinclair Street and pointed a gun at two women while he threatened them. Brandson is described as a Caucasian male in appearance,…

ISIL Captive Brings Bicycles to Refugee Children

WINNIPEG — Emad Mishko Tamo looks excitedly at his bright−green mountain bike and talks about how he’s looking forward to summer cycling adventures with other Yazidi refugee children in his community. For the 14−year−old boy, the bicycle stands for freedom, something that only a few years ago was snatched away from him and his family…

Police Need Information on Collision at Pembina and Ducharme

WINNIPEG - Winnipeg Police are asking for the public's help learning more about an accident on Friday, December 7th just before 1:00PM. Police said the accident was near the intersection of Pembina Highway and Ducharme Avenue. Four male youths, including the driver, were taken to hospital and have since been treated and released. One male…

Amazon in Airports

BUSINESS NEWS - Amazon.com is looking at bringing its futuristic checkout-free store format to airports in an effort to win business from hungry, time-pressed travelers according to public records. Tamara Lindstrom has more information in this Reuters News video report.

Wanted by RCMP for Robbery and Arson

WINNIPEG - RCMP are asking for the public's help locating the suspect in a robbery and arson. Police said an early morning arson at store in Moose Lake was also a robbery. Mounties believe a suspect broke inside, stole large sum of cash and deliberately set fire to the store. RCMP have have identified a…

Second Accident Terrifying for Humbolt Player

CALGARY — A terrifying ordeal for Humboldt Broncos survivor Ryan Straschnitzki this past week as the bus carrying him home from physiotherapy was rear−ended by a truck. Straschnitzki, 19, was one of 13 survivors April 6 when a team bus was hit by a semi−trailer at an intersection north of Tisdale, Sask. Sixteen people died.…

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