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CHEVELDAYOFF SPOTTED HAWKING JETS TICKETS

Ken Cheveldayoff was spotted holding a sign selling tickets outside Bell MTS Place before Game 5 of the Western Conference final on Sunday. He says his friends called at the last minute to say they couldn’t make it to the game, so he decided to sell the tickets at below face value.


MAN WANTED FOR GROPING IN DOWNTOWN WINNIPEG

Police have released another set of pictures of a man wanted for allegedly groping women in downtown Winnipeg. Police now believe the suspect may be responsible for a third incident where a man had been acting suspiciously around a woman in her late teens on Saturday May 19, early in the morning, around 6:45 AM, in the Portage Place Shopping Centre.


TWO BODIES FOUND IN CHARLESWOOD HOME

Winnipeg Police are investigating the discovery of two dead bodies found in a Charleswood home on Buckingham Road. Monday night police said they responded to a call to check on the wellbeing of the residents, no further details area available at this time.


YOU MAY HAVE TO HOLD IT ON MANITOBA HIGHWAYS

Finding a place to stop and answer nature’s call along Manitoba’s highways could soon be a bit more challenging. The provincial government is considering whether to close some highway rest areas where toilets are freely available throughout tourist season. Drivers seeking a restroom, or simply a place to pull off and rest, would have to go to a gas station or other private business.


BLACK BEAR IN JASPER IS ON A WATCH LIST AFTER KILLING DOG

A black bear is being watched in Jasper National Park after it killed a dog that jumped out of a vehicle. Parks Canada officials say the encounter happened on Wednesday when a car pulled over to the side of the road to view the bear. They say the dog jumped out of an open window and started to harass the bear by approaching it and barking at it.

WITH FILES FROM CANADIAN PRESS


TOPICS:   Manitoba News

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