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Remembering Terry Fox

WINNIPEG - Many Manitobans are glad to have some time to relax during the August long weekend. Today’s relatively new holiday known as Terry Fox Day is also an opportunity to remember — and, for many, learn about — one of Manitoba’s most prominent and inspiring people. Born in Winnipeg on July 28, 1958, Terry…

No Update Today

WINNIPEG - The province won't be updating the COVID-19 numbers today because it's a holiday, Terry Fox Day. The next update is set for tomorrow afternoon at 12:30, ahead of a news conference at 11 o'clock by Premier Brian Pallister and Dr. Brent Roussin. The men will update public health orders, as Manitoba inches closer…

Oh, Deer, She's So Sweet

WINNIPEG - The Assiniboine Park Zoo is celebrating the arrival of a baby at the Journey to Churchill exhibit. The Zoo introduced the little one on social media this week, a one-month-old reindeer. Born in late June and named Whitney, the reindeer seems to be enjoying getting to know her surroundings with her mom, Lucy.…

Pallister Appearance Tomorrow

WINNIPEG - It should be interesting when Premier Brian Pallister holds a news conference tomorrow with Dr. Brent Roussin to update public health orders. It will be the first time he's been seen in public since since July 15th when his new reconciliation minister said residential schools were started with good intentions. Alan Lagimodiere has…

Driest July Ever

WINNIPEG - A new record has been set for Winnipeg with only 8.5 millimetres of rain in the month of July. To make matters even worse, it's been very hot, with 26 days this summer with a temperature of at least 30. That's approaching a record too. The lack of precipitation and scorching heat has…

Murder Charge Laid In Assault

WINNIPEG - Police have laid a murder charge after a deadly assault last week behind a Winnipeg convenience store. When officers arrived very early Wednesday morning to Salter near Flora, they found two people with injuries. 17 year old Andy Joseph McKay died from his injuries. 39 year old Clayton Marcano was treated in hospital…

No More Weekend Updates

WINNIPEG - The province has made some changes to its regular COVID-19 updates, including no numbers on weekends. This is part of a new schedule that's expected to continue through the end of August. However, this plan is subject to change as real-time information about cases and vaccination rates emerges, or if a fourth wave…

Shooting Suspect At Large

WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Police Service is asking for help as they look for a shooting suspect considered armed and dangerous after an early morning incident at a St. Vital community club sent a 19-year-old man to hospital with gunshot wounds. Police say they responded to a report of a shooting at the Dakota Community…

Hail & Wind Storm

WINNIPEG - Residents in parts of the province are cleaning up a massive mess after their weekend kicked off with hail stones and winds that reached over 110 km/h. Witnesses of the storm say the winds eventually gained enough strength to throw items through the air and damage property and trees Friday evening, and describe…

Live Music Is Back

WINNIPEG - As Manitoba cautiously crawls back to its pre-pandemic self, so too are the leisure events Manitobans sorely miss — as well as the large audiences those events can draw. Foremost in the minds of many is competitive entertainment. We’re tired of fighting and shielding ourselves from an invisible foe. We can finally watch…

Lotto 6/49 Winning Numbers

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto 6/49 winning numbers from Saturday, July 31st. Good luck! In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the WCLC, the latter shall prevail.

Smoke & Fires Get Worse

WINNIPEG - Environment Canada has issued another set of air quality statements impacting a large portion of Manitoba as smoke from wildfires continues to fill the central and eastern regions of the province. The federal forecaster says alerts are in effect in Winnipeg, as well as much of southern, and central Manitoba. The agency says…

Health Order Update Tuesday

WINNIPEG - As the province nears its 80 per cent target for first-dose vaccinations against COVID-19, Manitoba’s Public Health Officer and Premier are preparing to reveal the next change to public health orders. The province says Dr. Brent Roussin and Premier Brian Pallister are set to make the announcement on Tuesday, August 3, clearing up…

Pembina Valley Emergency

WINNIPEG - The Pembina Valley Water Co-op is declaring a State of Drought Emergency as low water levels and constant lack of rain this summer force the co-op to change how it pumps water from the Red River into its treatment plant. The utility says the decision comes after a meeting with the Manitoba Emergency…

Lotto Max Winning Numbers

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto Max winning numbers from Friday, July 30th. Good luck! In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the WCLC, the latter shall prevail.

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