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RCMP Arrest 6 For Drug Charges in Norway House

NORWAY HOUSE - 4 people were arrested after RCMP executed a search warrant at home in Norway House. On December 7th at 9:30 am police executed a search warrant and located and seized 85 grams of cocaine, a large sum of money, numerous cellphones and drug paraphernalia. Police arrested and charged 29-year-old Colin Gamblin of…

 RCMP Investigate Homicide in Oxford House

OXFORD HOUSE - A 45-year-old man has died as a result of stab wounds on December 10th at 2:45 am. The victim was transported to the nursing station in stable condition but his condition deteriorated and he was pronounced deceased at 9:45 am. RCMP arrested 38 year-old Cecilia Bradburn of Oxford House and charged her…

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RCMP Arrest 6 For Drug Charges in Norway House

NORWAY HOUSE - 4 people were arrested after RCMP executed a search warrant at home in Norway House. On December 7th at 9:30 am police executed a search warrant and located and seized 85 grams of cocaine, a large sum of money, numerous cellphones and drug paraphernalia. Police arrested and charged 29-year-old Colin Gamblin of…

RCMP Investigate Homicide in Oxford House

OXFORD HOUSE - A 45-year-old man has died as a result of stab wounds on December 10th at 2:45 am. The victim was transported to the nursing station in stable condition but his condition deteriorated and he was pronounced deceased at 9:45 am. RCMP arrested 38 year-old Cecilia Bradburn of Oxford House and charged her…

Remember the Laws When Buying Gift Cards

MANITOBA - The Manitoba Consumer Protection Office is reminding Manitobans of their rights when buying and using gift cards this holiday season. In Manitoba, purchasers cannot be charged a fee when buying a gift card unless it is to personalize or replace a lost card. This means that an activation fee cannot be charged to…

CFIB:2019 Brings a Host of New Taxes for Small Business Owners

Small businesses are facing a not so happy new year and will have to tighten their belts to deal with a host of new taxes, including Canada Pension Plan increases, new passive investment rules and the federal carbon tax in several provinces, warns the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB). With the Finance Ministers meeting…

Wanted by RCMP for Robbery and Arson

WINNIPEG - RCMP are asking for the public's help locating the suspect in a robbery and arson. Police said an early morning arson at store in Moose Lake was also a robbery. Mounties believe a suspect broke inside, stole large sum of cash and deliberately set fire to the store. RCMP have have identified a…

Marty Gold Says - It Was a Parking Authority Cash Grab

Citizen journalism has a history of helping drivers in Winnipeg get their problems with the Parking Authority in front of City Council and the public. We know a thing or two about their dirty tricks and bureaucratic bumbling. After arts patrons and others in the Exchange District took an almost $300 hit Wednesday night when…

Only Two Cannabis Cautions Issued in Manitoba

WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s cannabis regulator says stores in the province are following the rules of legalized recreational marijuana. The Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Authority of Manitoba says no retailers have been fined and only two cautions have been issued since sales were legalized in October. One caution was for a broken lock on a storage…

St. Theresa Point Woman Charged With Manslaughter

MANITOBA - A 28 year-old woman from St. Theresa Point has been arrested and charged with manslaughter in the death of a man on November 28th. Cheryl Lynn Flett was arrested on December 1st after an investigation into the death of a 28 year-old man who was taken to the St. Theresa nursing station with…

RCMP Looking for Moose Lake Arsonist

MOOSE LAKE - RCMP are looking for the man who set fire to a convenience store in Moose Lake on December 4th. The investigation into the fire determined that it was deliberately set and that a large sum on money had been stolen. RCMP have charged 28-year-old Bernell Ramsey Ettawacappow, of Moose Lake, with Arson,…

Over 200 Manitobans Fined For Distracted Driving

MANITOBA - Manitoba's new distracted driving law has resulted in 237 drivers who have had their driver's licence suspended for the three-day period. At the end of November, Winnipeg Police had apprehended 149 drivers, RCMP, 67 drivers and Brandon Police, 21 drivers. “Distracted driving remains a very serious road safety issue in Manitoba,” said Satvir…

Man Dies In Snowmobile Accident

MANITOBA - A 40 year-old man has died after losing control of his snowmobile approximately 75 kilometres north of Peguis. The accident happened on December 2nd at 11:15 am. The man was travelling in a ditch along the main road in Kinonjeoshtegon (Jackhead) First Nation when he crossed over the road and lost control of…

Selkirk Schools in Lockdown After More Online Threats

SELKIRK - All 15 Lord Selkirk School Division schools are in a "Hold and Secure" after more online threats were discovered this morning according to the school divisions's twitter account. Parents are being assured that the safest place for their children is inside the school and that there is a police presence. This comes after…

3 Arrested for Violent Social Media Threats in Selkirk

SELKIRK - RCMP responded quickly to violent online threats threats yesterday resulting in the arrests of three individuals. Yesterday, RCMP were made aware of a social media report that had made a number of violent threats. They located the 18 year-old suspect from Selkirk and arrested him for uttering threats. They also identified two more…

Do You Know This Lorette Bad Guy?

WINNIPEG - RCMP in Lorette are asking for the public's help identifying a bad guy caught on camera. The male suspect is the pictures purchased $1,900 of liquor in Lorette using a stolen credit card. The suspect is shown in the pictures below: Police say the suspect drove away in this SUV, shown in the…

Wanted for Thompson Armed Robbery

THOMPSON - RCMP in Thompson are asking for the public's help identifying two men who robbed a store at knife point, scene in the pictures below. Police sad that on June 18th of this year, at 2:30AM, two men entered a business armed with a knife and demanded cash, cigarettes & lottery tickets. Both men,…

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