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Dog Shot, Killed During Robbery Near Teulon

Dog Shot, Killed During Robbery Near Teulon

Boomer Dog Dies
Boomer, a French mastiff, was shot and killed by a robbery suspect at a home near Teulon, Manitoba. (RCMP HANDOUT)

An 18-year-old man is in custody following a botched robbery in which a dog was shot and killed at a home near Teulon, Manitoba.

RCMP say the man entered the rural residence September 26 through a window and gathered several items, including five firearms. Upon leaving, the suspect came across Boomer, a French mastiff.

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RCMP Take Five Drunk Drivers Off Manitoba Roads

RCMP Take Five Drunk Drivers Off Manitoba Roads

RCMP Logo VehicleRCMP in Manitoba arrested five impaired drivers over the span of six hours on provincial roads Friday night.

Police say officers from various detachments made separate arrests after the drivers were pulled over for drawing attention to themselves, such as speeding, improper turns, improper use of signals and careless driving.

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Mounties Make Deal to Transfer Louis Riel Items to Future Metis Facility

Mounties Make Deal to Transfer Louis Riel Items to Future Metis Facility

By The Canadian Press

Louis Riel
RCMP Deputy Commissioner Kevin Brosseau, seated left to right, Manitoba Metis Federation President David Chartrand and Metis National Council President Clement Chartier take part in a signing ceremony at the Manitoba Metis Federation’s Annual General Assembly in Winnipeg in this Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 handout photo. Three items, including a crucifix, that belonged to North-West Rebellion leader Louis Riel and which have been held by the RCMP for decades will soon return to Metis possession. RCMP Deputy Commissioner Kevin Brosseau and Manitoba Metis Federation President David Chartrand signed a memorandum of understanding on Saturday that will see the items transferred to a Metis heritage centre in Winnipeg, once it is built. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO – RCMP)

WINNIPEG – Three items, including a crucifix, that belonged to North-West Rebellion leader Louis Riel, which have been held by the RCMP for decades, will soon return to Metis possession.

RCMP Deputy Commissioner Kevin Brosseau and Manitoba Metis Federation president David Chartrand signed a memorandum of understanding on Saturday that will see the items transferred to a Metis heritage centre in Winnipeg, once it is built.

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