Category Archives: News

Two Arrested After Man Shot During Maples Home Invasion

Two Arrested After Man Shot During Maples Home Invasion

Winnipeg Police Logo CrestWinnipeg police have charged two people and seized several firearms following a home invasion last weekend.

Officers responded to a report of gunshots in the 400 block of Adsum Drive on the night of October 12. Residents reported seeing a number of people enter the home before gunfire broke out.

Continue Reading

Advertisements
Construction Underway on Carman Personal Care Home Expansion

Construction Underway on Carman Personal Care Home Expansion

Boyne Care
A rendering of Boyne Care, the future personal care home expansion in Carman. (HANDOUT)

Construction is underway on an expansion of the personal care home in Carman.

The new 110-bed PCH is expected to open in 2021 and will include two phases. The first phase will be an 80-bed facility that will accommodate residents with general dementia or other special needs.

Continue Reading

Winnipeg Launches Storm Response Website, Closes Three City Parks

Winnipeg Launches Storm Response Website, Closes Three City Parks

Winnipeg Storm
Winnipeg crews clean up after a snowstorm on Sunday, October 13, 2019. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods)

In the wake of last week’s early winter snowstorm, the City of Winnipeg has launched a storm response website to keep the public updated of the progress of the clean-up.

The website includes an interactive clean-up status map, divided into subcategories focusing on brush pickup, hazardous tree cleanup, non-hazardous tree maintenance.

Continue Reading

Woman Found Dead, Police Shoot Man in Elmwood

Woman Found Dead, Police Shoot Man in Elmwood

Winnipeg Police Logo CrestWINNIPEG — A woman was found dead and another man was shot by police as officers responded to a domestic call in Elmwood on Friday morning.

Police say officers arrived at a residence in the 300 block of Riverton Avenue at around 8 a.m. and became involved in a confrontation with a man. Police say officers shot the man and he was sent to hospital.

Continue Reading

More Than 310K Illegal Cigarettes Seized in Manitoba-Ontario Investigation

More Than 310K Illegal Cigarettes Seized in Manitoba-Ontario Investigation

Cigarettes
(Cigarettes image via Shutterstock)

Authorities have seized 311,930 contraband cigarettes and 7,600 grams of fine-cut tobacco as part of an investigation near the Manitoba-Ontario border.

Officials say RCMP, Manitoba Finance’s Taxation Special Investigations Unit, Ontario Ministry of Finance’s Compliance Branch and the Treaty Three Police Service were all involved in the recent seizure.

Continue Reading

Manitoba Hydro Staff Working on Storm Clean-Up Can Vote Near Jobsites

Manitoba Hydro Staff Working on Storm Clean-Up Can Vote Near Jobsites

Winnipeg Snow
An early winter storm with heavy wet snow caused fallen trees, many on cars, and power lines in Winnipeg early Friday morning, October 11, 2019. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods)

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Hydro workers tasked with storm clean-up and power restoration across the province will be allowed to vote in Monday’s federal election.

Hydro says its workers will be able to cast ballots at polling stations in affected areas after working out a plan with Elections Canada.

Continue Reading

logo