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65 New Cases Saturday

WINNIPEG - There are 65 new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba today. 44 of today's new cases are in Winnipeg, four are in the Southern health region and there are two each in the Interlake/Eastern, Prairie Mountain and Northern regions. That takes the number of active cases to 545. 1,265 people have recovered. The five…

What Are You Missing @ Work?

WINNIPEG - Are you one of the many people working from home these days? What are you missing most about not being in the office? A new survey of 1,600 workers has come up with a list of what employees are missing most by not going into work. The top 10 answers were: Seeing workers…

Police Dealing With Hostility

WINNIPEG - According to Police chief Danny Smyth, his officers are facing new hostility in the community. Since the push began to defund police, Smyth says cops are being followed and videotaped when responding to calls which is adding to the stress of the job. Smyth made the comments before the police board where a…

Lotto Max Winning Numbers

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto Max winning numbers from Friday, September 25th. Good luck! The $50 million jackpot wasn't won so Tuesday'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

Manitoba Robot Fights Loneliness

WINNIPEG - Researchers at the University of Manitoba are getting $470,000 in funding from the province and a charitable foundation to develop robots to help care for people who are alone at home. Minister of Economic Development and Training Ralph Eichler announced the strategic partnership with the Victoria General Hospital Foundation at a news conference…

Thanksgiving Will Be Different

WINNIPEG - The province’s top doctor is recommending that Manitobans avoid large groups this Thanksgiving. Chief Provincial Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin says with 125 new cases of COVID-19 cases announced this week so far, it’s time to re-evaluate how we’re responding to the virus once again. At a news conference yesterday, Dr. Roussin…

Sign Of 2nd Wave

WINNIPEG - It's an indication of how serious the second wave of COVID-19 has already become. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will take part in today's briefing by Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada's chief public health officer. The PM is expected to make an announcement about his government's continuing efforts to fight coronavirus. Trudeau has said things…

Latest COVID exposures

WINNIPEG - The most recent possible exposure to COVID-19 was at River East Collegiate last Friday. It and other recent potential exposures as provided by the province are listed below. River East Collegiate School (295 Sutton Ave.) September 18/20 Grant Park High School (450 Nathanial St.) September 15, 16 and 17/20 Leopold’s Tavern (414 Academy…

COVID In Restaurants & Bars

WINNIPEG - Manitoba's chief public health officer has a warning as COVID-19 cases continue to spike, especially here in Winnipeg. Dr. Brent Roussin says we need to take more precautions when dealing with other people. He points to how half of the positive cases in recent weeks involve individuals who have been to a restaurant…

Boil Water Advisory

WINNIPEG - A pump failed in Winkler, causing officials in that city to issue a boil water advisory. The pump failed at the reservoir, affecting water pressure. It's not known when the advisory might be lifted but the low pressure in expected for a few days.

Teens Caught Gift Carding

WINNIPEG - Mounties in Airdrie, Alberta are searching for four teenagers after making a shocking discovery in their staff parking lot last week. Officers responding to an unrelated call caught the group red handed hurrying from cruiser to cruiser, and quickly inspected the scene. They discovered the teens were carrying stacks of $10 coffee shop…

More Cigs Seized

WINNIPEG - Just over a week ago, police in Brandon reported the seizure of 3.5 million illegal cigarettes and the arrest of four people. Since then, three more search warrants have been executed and another 560,000 contraband smokes have been seized. The new searches also netted a large quantity of stolen power tools. Two of…

Long COVID Waits

WINNIPEG - If you've had to wait on hold or stand in a long line at a COVID-19 testing site, you won't be happy to hear that wait time isn’t getting any shorter - yet - or of others who are able to avoid the queue. Wait times, both for lineups and by telephone, are…

RoboCurler Video

WINNIPEG - This is a cool video! A robot named "Curly" takes on top South Korean curlers and the results are amazing...

Companies Paying For Testing

WINNIPEG - If you've had to stand in a long line at a COVID-19 testing site, you won't be happy to hear that big business is able to pay for private testing that's sent to Ontario for analysis. This allows employees of these companies to avoid those big lineups. Critics of this practice say it…

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