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LOTTO MAX WINNING NUMBERS

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto Max winning numbers from Friday, May 29th. Good luck! In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the official information of WCLC, the latter shall prevail. Photo: WCLC

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LOTTO MAX WINNING NUMBERS

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto Max winning numbers from Friday, May 29th. Good luck! In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the official information of WCLC, the latter shall prevail. Photo: WCLC

NAKED MAN STEALS AMBULANCE

WINNIPEG - Police say an ambulance was stolen this morning not far from Health Sciences Centre. The crew of the ambulance was helping a naked man near Notre Dame Avenue and Furby Street when the guy jumped behind the wheel and took off. He crashed the ambulance into the Portuguese Cultural Centre a few blocks…

NO NEW CASES FRIDAY

WINNIPEG - No new cases of CoVid-19 in Manitoba today. So the total number of cases stays at 294. Only 14 cases are active. No one is in hospital. The death toll sits at seven. 1,115 test have been done in the last 24 hours for a total now of 42,306. For more information on…

MANITOBANS TURNING TO BOOZE

WINNIPEG - When the CoVid-19 pandemic hit, people starting drinking more. Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries says retail alcohol sales jumped in March and April. Compared to the same two months last year, sales were two million dollars higher. The Crown corporation also announced a huge reduction in liquor mart thefts which totaled almost three million…

SCARY CLOSE CALL

WINNIPEG - A Thunder Bay man is under arrest after city police were called to Ellice Avenue this week. On Tuesday, officers entered the business in the 1300 block of Ellice to find a guy armed with a baseball bat but the really scary part was that he had doused himself with lighter fluid and…

POST-SECONDARY FUNDING RESTORED

WINNIPEG - Post-secondary funding that was cut recently by the province has now been restored. Manitoba colleges and universities are getting a one-time payment of $25 million to help pay for online learning in the wake of CoVid-19. Schools will need to show by this fall how they plan to spend the money provided by…

LOTTO 6/49 WINNING NUMBERS

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto 6/49 winning numbers from Wednesday, May 27th. Good luck! In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the official information of WCLC, the latter shall prevail. Photo: WCLC

PHASE 2 BEGINS MONDAY

WINNIPEG - Premier Brian Pallister says Phase Two of the plan to re-open Manitoba will proceed as scheduled next Monday. “I want to thank Manitobans for their input and as a result of these discussions and advice from public health experts, we are in a position to move forward with phase two of our plan…

MAX SENTENCE FOR KID BANDIT

WINNIPEG - A 15 year old boy has received the maximum sentence for a violent liquor mart robbery late last year. The three year sentence includes community supervision if he gets treatment for substance abuse. The robbery last November at the Tyndall Market mall was a very scary one which saw one of the female…

LOTTO MAX WINNING NUMBERS

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto Max winning numbers from Tuesday, May 26th. Good luck! In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the official information of WCLC, the latter shall prevail. Photo: WCLC

PALLISTER BACKS PAID SICK DAYS

WINNIPEG - Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says he looks forward to advancing Ottawa's idea of a national sick leave program. He vows to work on this with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the other provinces. Trudeau is proposing 10 paid sick days for Canadians so they can stay home when they're sick and not worry…

CALLED COPS ON HERSELF

WINNIPEG - In Brandon, a woman has been arrested after she called police. She phoned to report people in her home who were refusing to leave. When officers arrived, they found the woman alone, under the influence of Meth. It turns out the 41 year old woman was the subject of a warrant for theft…

WALK WINNIPEG'S LOOP

WINNIPEG - It's Tourism Week across Canada and to celebrate, you're being encouraged to check out the Winnipeg Loop. The self-guided walking tour starts under the canopy at the Forks Market Plaza and stretches nine and a half kilometres. The three and a half hour tour takes you to almost 60 significant spots and attractions…

MOUNTIES MAKE BIG POT BUST

WINNIPEG - Manitoba RCMP made a sizable cannabis seizure on the weekend. On Saturday morning, officers stopped a truck on the Trans-Canada Highway in the RM of Reynolds. The truck was loaded with 1,250 pounds of unstamped dried pot and hash. A 41 year old man from Surrey, BC faces multiple charges. The investigation continues.

DEADLY STABBING ON BUS

WINNIPEG - A man is dead after being stabbed during an altercation on a Winnipeg Transit bus. Yesterday afternoon, police were flagged down near Colony Street and Ellice Avenue. They boarded the bus and gave first aid to the stabbing victim who died later in hospital. 46 year old Justin Gabriel James is charged with…

BUSY WEEKEND FOR COPS

WINNIPEG - City police had a crazy weekend. Officers responded to almost two dozen separate incidents in a 24 hour period. It all started Saturday morning around 11 o'clock when a woman was stabbed on Pacific Avenue. She'll be okay and a suspect has been charged with aggravated assault. 21 more calls, all of them…

HYDRO BLOCKADES COME DOWN

WINNIPEG - Construction at the Keeyask Generating Station will resume. An agreement has been reached between Manitoba Hydro and the First Nations it's partnered with on the northern project. Blockades were set up to keep new workers out. The chiefs said they were worried about the spread of CoVid-19.

BOEING LAYOFFS

WINNIPEG - The local aerospace industry is seeing layoffs. Boeing has notified workers that some of them are being let go. About 400 Winnipeg jobs will be lost through voluntary and involuntary layoffs, as well as normal attrition. That's about a-quarter of the Boeing workforce here. The company says CoVid-19 has hit hard, especially the…

LOTTO 6/49 WINNING NUMBERS-MAY 23

WINNIPEG - Here are the Lotto 6/49 winning numbers from Saturday, May 23rd. Good luck! In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the official information of WCLC, the latter shall prevail. Photo: WCLC

TOO MANY TRAFFIC FATALITIES

WINNIPEG - More than two dozen people have died on Manitoba highways and roads this year. 28 to be exact, so far in 2020. RCMP say that number is too high. The average is about 18. The Mounties say that most of the deadly crashes involve high speeds and impaired and distracted driving.

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