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Single Vehicle Roll-Over Claims Two Lives

NANITOBA - A single vehicle accident in the RM Of Rossburn took the lives of two people from Waywayseecappo First Nation yesterday evening. Four people were travelling west on Road 144 at about 9:30 P.M. when it left the road and rolled several times. One person was thrown from the car. A 45-year-old female and…

$750K from Pallister's Government for Homelessness Winnipeg

WINNIPEG - Minister Heather Stefanson said Wednesday that the Pallister Government is committing $750,000 over three years to support the ongoing work of End Homelessness Winnipeg. Stefanson siad, “End Homelessness Winnipeg has become one of the city’s most important leaders for co-ordinating homelessness funds and initiatives in Winnipeg”. “This funding will allow them to continue…

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Single Vehicle Roll-Over Claims Two Lives

NANITOBA - A single vehicle accident in the RM Of Rossburn took the lives of two people from Waywayseecappo First Nation yesterday evening. Four people were travelling west on Road 144 at about 9:30 P.M. when it left the road and rolled several times. One person was thrown from the car. A 45-year-old female and…

$750K from Pallister's Government for Homelessness Winnipeg

WINNIPEG - Minister Heather Stefanson said Wednesday that the Pallister Government is committing $750,000 over three years to support the ongoing work of End Homelessness Winnipeg. Stefanson siad, “End Homelessness Winnipeg has become one of the city’s most important leaders for co-ordinating homelessness funds and initiatives in Winnipeg”. “This funding will allow them to continue…

32 Year-Old Man Shot and Killed in Grand Rapids

GRAND RAPIDS - RCMP are investigating the death of a 32 year-old man from Grand Rapids on December 2. The shooting took place at 4:00 P.M. outside of a home in Grand Rapids. The victim was taken to the nursing station but died as a result of his injuries. More details to follow. RCMP continue…

Snowmobile Collisions Claim Two Lives Over the Weekend

MANITOBA - Two separate snowmobile accidents in Manitoba over the weekend claimed the lives of two Manitobans. The first accident occurred in in the community of Ninette on November 30, early in the afternoon when a snowmobile collided with the tree. The 28 year-old male, who wasn't wearing a helmet, was taken to hospital where…

Fatal Accident on Manitoba Highway

PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE - RCMP in Portage responded to a vehicle in the ditch off Highway 305, near Road 62 North at 8:30 Sunday morning. RCMP have determined that a 41-year-old woman, from Long Plain First Nation, was driving southbound on Highway 305 when she left the roadway and struck the side of a driveway,…

RCMP STEP Program Starts December 1

WINNIPEG - Tomorrow marks the start of the annual RCMP Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP). The program focuses on the detection and apprehension of impaired drivers and runs through January 1. Last year, over 11,700+ vehicles were checked during 262 checkstops that resulted in 105 people charged with Criminal Code Impaired Driving offences and 30…

McCreary House Fire Claims Life of 5 Year-Old Child

McCREARY - A five year-old chid has died as a result of a fatal house fire that took place in McCreary on November 28 at about 1:40 A.M. With assistance from community members from the Citizens on Patrol Program, and a 28-year-old female occupant of the residence, a 3-year-old child was rescued from the house…

Calgary Man Faces Charges in 1 Million Contraband Cigarettes Seizure

WINNIPEG - Over one million contraband cigarettes were seized, along with 42 pounds of illegal cannabis, after a joint investigation led to a semi-truck being stopped and searched in Manitoba. The amount of revenue that would have been lost in tax revenue amounted to $318,000. A 34-year-old Calgary resident now faces a variety of charges…

RCMP Investigate Suspicious Death in Flin Flon

FLIN FLON - RCMP are investigating a suspicious death that took place in a wooded area on Princess Boulevard in Flin Flon. The victim was found deceased at about 10:25 A.M. on November 27. Flin Flon RCMP along with The Pas Forensic Identification Services continue to investigate.

Province Commits $1.9 Million to Fight Crime

WINNIPEG - The Manitoba government will invest $1.9 million annually to support the expansion of Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) crime reduction and enforcement teams throughout the province including related policing investments with the goal of improving public safety for rural Manitobans, Justice Minister Cliff Cullen announced today. “Our government is taking action in response…

Shop Safe on Cyber Monday

WINNIPEG - With the upcoming holiday season, including Cyber Monday on December 2, consumers are being urged to shop safely online. Before entering any financial information online, consumers should ensure they are using a secure site. A secure site usually has an icon of a lock in the locked position at the bottom of the…

Tractor Drivers Dies After Collision with Pick-Up Truck

ARBORG - A 59 year-old man has died as a result of a collision between a pick-up truck and a tractor. The accident occurred at about 6:15 P.M on November 23 on Road 130 North, about 6 kilometers east of Arborg. The investigation has determined that a pickup truck, being driven by a 50-year-old male,…

RCMP Investigating Homicide in Berens River First Nation

BERENS RIVER FIRST NATION - A 38 year-old man from Bloodvein First Nation has died after he was assaulted at a home in Berens River First Nation. Police responded to the assault on November 16 at about 4:20 A.M. and he was taken to hospital, however he died as a result of his injuries on…

65 New Ambulances Arrive in Manitoba

WINNIPEG - 65 new replacement ambulances have been purchased to help modernize the province's fleet, ensure paramedic safety and improve patient comfort. The ambulances represent about one third of the province's fleet and cost $10 million. New ambulances feature enhanced lighting, additional working space for paramedics to have better movement and access to patients and…

$2.1 Million for Thompson Youth Outreach

The Manitoba government is investing more than $2.1 million over three years to expand StreetReach programming in Thompson and enhance the community mobilization hub. StreetReach is part of Tracia’s Trust, the Manitoba government’s strategy to prevent sexual exploitation of children and youth. The StreetReach program currently includes a Winnipeg team with representatives from child welfare,…

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