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Possible Exposures/Friday

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

Doctors Want Shutdown

WINNIPEG - A group of Manitoba doctors is calling for a province-wide shutdown as COVID-19 numbers continue to rise. The 11 physicians and health experts have signed a letter to Premier Brian Pallister urging him to take action to avoid an appalling and pointless loss of life. They say if there's no lockdown, hospitals will…

City Hall Ups Minimum Wage

WINNIPEG - City council has voted to increase the minimum wage for civic workers. The current pay of at least $11.90 an hour will go up to $15. The so-called living wage policy is set to go into effect in 2023. Councillors also approved free bus rides for kids under 12 starting next January and…

Another Death, 193 Cases

WINNIPEG - The province is reporting the 62nd death from COVID-19 today, along with 193 new cases. It's a man in his 80's from the Southern health region. 139 of today's cases are in Winnipeg. There are 21 in the Interlake/Eastern region, 19 in the Southern region, 10 in the Northern region and four in…

Running Out Of Beds

WINNIPEG - Winnipeg Regional Health Authority appears to be running out of ICU beds. Six beds remained in intensive care units across the Winnipeg region as the climb in COVID-19 cases continues to put strain on the city’s hospital system. Caseloads have triggered the cancellation of 43 surgeries, and chief provincial health officer Dr. Brent…

Restaurants Are Starving

WINNIPEG - A new survey of Manitoba’s restaurants is painting a bleak picture of the industry’s future. The study, commissioned by the Manitoba Restaurant and Foodservices Association (MRFA), has revealed that most businesses that operate in food service are now in financial jeopardy. It found 66 per cent of its members are spending $2000 per…

Candy Creativity

WINNIPEG - Homes across Manitoba are getting creative as they press forward with plans to give out treats this weekend. With the province’s COVID-19 test positivity rate very high, more homes are building candy slides and chutes to get ready for Saturday, and it just might save trick-or-treating. One Winnipegger even made a map of…

Possible Exposures/Thursday

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

Dethmers Baby Dies

WINNIPEG - A 10 month old boy who was badly injured when his mother's van was hit by a truck fleeing police has died. A Sacred fire will burn for the child for four days and nights. 30 year old Jennifer Dethmers was killed late last month and her son Anthony was taken to hospital.…

No Time To Party

WINNIPEG - Hundreds of music students in Winnipeg got devastating news about a week ago: the province ordered their classes to stop singing, and stop tooting their horns. The new rules, intended to reduce group activities that tend to expel saliva, and risk transmitting COVID-19, impact students across the city’s seven school divisions, including nearly…

Lotto 6/49 Winning Numbers

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto 6/49 winning numbers from Wednesday, October 28th. Good luck! The $5 million jackpot wasn't won so Saturday's draw will rise to $6 million. In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the WCLC, the latter shall prevail. Photos: WCLC

Guilty Pleas In Adao Murder

WINNIPEG - Both men charged in the violent killing of a Winnipeg teenager in a 2019 home invasion have pleaded guilty. Jamie Adao was with his grandmother in their West End home when prosecutors say the accused entered the house and armed themselves with kitchen knives, one of them going into the basement to fill…

Possible Exposures/Wednesday

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

COVID At Seniors' Homes

WINNIPEG - There are now COVID-19 outbreaks at 16 personal care homes in Manitoba. The province says 171 residents and 54 workers have tested positive so far, while 26 people have died. Winnipeg's Parkview Place is the worst outbreak which has caused 19 deaths. The home has has 117 cases, including 86 seniors. Yesterday saw…

Lotto Max Winning Numbers

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto Max winning numbers from Tuesday, October 27th. Good luck! The $50 million jackpot wasn't won so Friday's draw will be for $55 million. In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the WCLC, the latter shall prevail. Photos: WCLC

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