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20-Year-Old in Hospital After Shooting in Portage la Prairie

PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE - A 20-year-old man is in hospital with a gunshot wound and 18-year-old is in stable condition after being seriously assaulted. RCMP say, Sunday just after midnight, they responded to a report of gunshots near 17th Street NW. Officers found a 20-year-old-man at the scene who had been shot. He was taken…

Dauphin Man Found Dead, Saskatchewan Man in Custody

DAUPHIN - Police respond to a report of a stabbing and find a male victim inside the home dead, one man is in custody. RCMP say upon arrival at a home on 9th Street South West in Dauphin they discovered the body of a 32-year-old man. A 29-year-old-man from Fishing Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan, Reginald…

RECALL - Europe’s Best brand Field Berry Mixes

Health Canada says a brand of frozen mixed berries is being recalled because of possible salmonella contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Hain Celestial Canada, ULC is recalling Europe’s Best brand Field Berry Mixes. It says the recall was triggered by a recall in another country, but no illnesses associated with the product have…

Liberals Demand Funding Fairness for Rural & Northern Buses

WINNIPEG – With Greyhound announcing that it is ceasing operations across Western Canada, Manitoba Liberals say the provincial and federal governments need to step up to provide support for inter-city transit, and not just transit systems in urban centres. There is still no clear plan as to where the province will invest the cash collected…

Federal Minister, Ahmed Hussen, Says Ontario is Promoting Fear About Asylum Seekers

WINNIPEG — Ontario’s minister responsible for immigration has demanded an apology from federal Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen for saying the province is promoting fear about asylum seekers. "Maybe the minister should sit down and have a nice cup of tea, calm down a little bit and maybe phone me and apologize for calling me unCanadian,"…

Alanna Sharman Will Play at Hockey Canada Summer Showcase

WINNIPEG — Bison women’s hockey forward Alanna Sharman invited to play at Hockey Canada’s Summer Showcase. Sharman will be one of 20 U SPORTS All-Stars participating at the event in Calgary from August 2 to 11, 2018. Sharman, who is entering her fifth year with Manitoba in 2018-19, was selected as one of the best…

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly - Lions Devourer Bombers

WINNIPEG - The good, the bad, and the ugly, were all components of the Winnipeg Blue Bomber performance against the B.C Lions Saturday night, and sadly they were in that order as the Lions stormed back from 17 points down to stun the Bombers with a 20-17 win. Lions quarterback Travis Lulay, making his first…

Winning Lotto 6/49 Numbers

WINNIPEG - No winning ticket was sold for the $5 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw. There was a winning ticket sold for the guaranteed $1 million prize in Saturday night's draw. Here are the numbers from the July 14th draw: The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on July 18 will…

Downtown Safety Plan Lacks Resources For More Police Foot Patrols

WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Police Association (WPA) notes the downtown safety strategy approved this week by Mayor Brian Bowman and his Executive Policy Committee contains many worthy initiatives, but is lacking a central ingredient for improved safety in Downtown Winnipeg – the resources required for more Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) foot patrols. Increased foot patrols…

Saskatchewan Minister Says Vince Li Responsible for Greyhound Bus Demise

REGINA — The minister for Saskatchewan’s Crown Investments Corp. says a beheading on a Greyhound bus in Manitoba 10 years ago was the tipping point for bus ridership in his province. Joe Hargrave says ridership on what was the government−owned Saskatchewan Transportation Co. dropped like a rock after that. Vince Li, who now goes by…

Goldeyes and Racing Live This Weekend

WINNIPEG - It’s back to TV for Winnipeg Blue Bombers fans, but there is still plenty to do in Winnipeg this weekend if you’re a sports enthusiast. While the Bombers head into B.C. Place Stadium on Saturday night (9 p.m. CDT on TSN) to partake of a re-match with the B.C. Lions -- the team…

Bison Volleyball Adds an Ben Carleton International Recruit

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Bison have gone down under for it's newest recruit on the men's volleyball team left side hitter Ben Carleton. Carleton, 18, is from Brisbane, Australia. The 6’5” hitter recently represented his home country in the U17 Asian Men’s Beach Volleyball Championship and will play for Australia at the U20 Men’s Asian Volleyball…

Man Who Threatened Trump May Have Illegally Crossed Border

MONTREAL — The U.S. Marshals Service says a Pennsylvania fugitive who allegedly threatened to put a bullet in President Donald Trump’s head might be in the Montreal area. Robert Clark of the Marshals’ Philadelphia task force says authorities believe 27−year−old Shawn Christy may have crossed into Canada on foot after abandoning a stolen vehicle near…

Canada Post Carrier Pilfers Tomatoes, Supervisor Apologizes

MONTREAL — Canada Post says a supervisor has apologized in person to a Montreal woman whose tomatoes were pilfered by a mail carrier. Spokesman Jon Hamilton says in an email to The Canadian Press the supervisor also brought the woman tomatoes as a goodwill gesture. The mail carrier can be seen on video on four…

A 39 and 16-Year-Old Shot During Brandon Robbery

BRANDON - A 61-year-old man from Calgary was charged Thursday afternoon for two counts of attempted murder after a shooting in Brandon. It's believed that an alleged Robbery escalated with a shotgun being produced and shots being fired in the 200 Block of Highland Avenue. Police say two people were shot , a 39-year-old man…

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