‘Going in the Vault:’ Winnipeg Man Wins $1M Lotto Max Prize

‘Going in the Vault:’ Winnipeg Man Wins $1M Lotto Max Prize

Lotto Max Lottery Ticket Winner Larry Leadbeater
Larry Leadbeater of Winnipeg won $1 million on the June 8 Lotto Max draw. (WCLC)

Larry Leadbeater had one plan for his winning million-dollar lottery ticket: tuck the prize safely away.

“This baby’s going in the vault!,” Leadbeater said after discovering he had won $1 million on a Lotto Max ticket from the June 8 draw.

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Police Find Drug Haul Inside Stolen Vehicle During Traffic Stop

Police Find Drug Haul Inside Stolen Vehicle During Traffic Stop

By Brian Schultz

Winnipeg Police CrestWinnipeg police came across a haul of drugs Monday evening after pulling over a stolen vehicle in the area of Redwood Avenue and Main Street.

Officers noticed the vehicle was bearing a stolen licence place and conducted a traffic stop at around 8:10 p.m. They also discovered the vehicle itself had been stolen from East St. Paul, Manitoba on July 4.

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Trudeau’s Youth Council Divided Over Trans Mountain Pipeline Purchase

Trudeau’s Youth Council Divided Over Trans Mountain Pipeline Purchase

By Lee Berthiaume, The Canadian Press

Justin Trudeau
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds a press conference at the NATO Summit in Brussels, Belgium, on Thursday, July 12, 2018. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick)

OTTAWA – Fissures have appeared inside Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s youth council after a group of current and former members publicly urged the Liberal government to reverse its decision to buy Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline.

The request was made in a letter to the prime minister signed by 16 past and present members of the council and released to the public on Monday, in which signatories expressed “our immense disappointment” with the planned $4.5-billion pipeline purchase.

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‘City of Icebergs:’ Study Says 100s of Arctic Glaciers Shrinking, Disappearing

‘City of Icebergs:’ Study Says 100s of Arctic Glaciers Shrinking, Disappearing

By Bob Weber, The Canadian Press

Ice
Ice floats in Slidre Fjord outside the Eureka Weather Station on Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Monday, July 24, 2006. New research finds that hundreds of glaciers in Canada’s High Arctic are shrinking and that many are likely fated to disappear. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh)

The statistics in her recently published paper say it all: hundreds of glaciers in Canada’s High Arctic are shrinking and many are likely to disappear completely.

But for Adrienne White, seven field seasons along the northern reaches of Ellesmere Island give the numbers real-world immediacy.

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