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Carman Residents Hit by Multiple Garage, Vehicle Break-Ins

Carman Residents Hit by Multiple Garage, Vehicle Break-Ins

RCMP Logo VehiclePeople living in Carman, Manitoba woke up Thursday to find themselves victims of crime.

RCMP say several garages and vehicles were broken into overnight. In all of the incidents, police say keys were left in vehicles, and vehicles and garage doors were unlocked.

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Winnipeg Looking to Feds to Help Fund 20 Major Street Renewal Projects

Winnipeg Looking to Feds to Help Fund 20 Major Street Renewal Projects

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The City of Winnipeg is turning to Ottawa to help fund 20 regional infrastructure projects over the next six years.

The city has identified a list of streets targeted for potential renewal aside from nine infrastructure projects already being funded through $55.7 million in the 2018 preliminary capital budget.

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Man Charged in Multiple Robberies, Attempted Carjacking

Man Charged in Multiple Robberies, Attempted Carjacking

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A man tries to open the door of a woman’s vehicle during a failed carjacking on Tuesday, November 21, 2017. Police are looking to speak with the victim. (WPS / HANDOUT)

Winnipeg police have charged a 25-year-old man with robbing a convenience store twice and then attempting to steal a woman’s vehicle.

Officers were called Tuesday to the 100 block of Salter Street at 10 p.m. for a report of a convenience store having just been robbed.

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Winnipeg Transit Raising Fares, Reducing Service on Some Routes to Make Up Budget Shortfall

Winnipeg Transit Raising Fares, Reducing Service on Some Routes to Make Up Budget Shortfall

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Winnipeg Transit’s University Stadium BRT lanes at Investors Group Field. (CHRISD.CA FILE)

Winnipeg Transit is scaling back service on 23 routes as part of a plan to make up for a $10 million budget shortfall withdrawn by the province.

The City of Winnipeg revealed Wednesday in its 2018 preliminary budget that fares will also increase $0.25 effective January 1.

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