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Students Hit with Pepper Spray at Kelvin High School

Students Hit with Pepper Spray at Kelvin High School

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Winnipeg police and emergency crews responded to Kelvin High School on Thursday, December 6, 2018 after several students were hit with pepper spray. (@PRIVATECITIZENN / TWITTER)

UPDATE: Friday, December 7 — Police say the victims were involved in a verbal dispute with the suspect just prior to the can of bear spray being unleashed. The suspect later turned himself into police and has been charged with five counts of assault with a weapon and possession of a weapon. He was released on a promise to appear.

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WINNIPEG — Five students were hit with pepper spray outside of Kelvin High School on Thursday morning.

Winnipeg police and firefighters arrived at the Kingsway school at around 11:30 a.m. and decontaminated the students. A police spokesperson says no one was taken to hospital as a result of the attack.

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Providence Breaks Ground on Living & Learning Centre in Otterburne

Providence Breaks Ground on Living & Learning Centre in Otterburne

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A rendering of Providence’s Living & Learning Centre in Otterburne, Manitoba. (HANDOUT)
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Providence officials attend a groundbreaking ceremony for the Living & Learning Centre on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. (HANDOUT)

Ground was broken this week on a new residence and community life facility at Providence’s Otterburne, Manitoba campus.

The Canadian Christian university just outside of Winnipeg says Living & Learning Centre will accommodate approximately 60 students and be located directly south of the Reimer Student Life Centre.

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CAA, Winnipeg Police Spot Risky Driver Behaviours in School Zones

CAA, Winnipeg Police Spot Risky Driver Behaviours in School Zones

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A Winnipeg police officer monitors drivers in a school zone on Wednesday, September 19, 2018. (PEMBINA TRAILS SCHOOL DIVISION / TWITTER)

WINNIPEG — City drivers aren’t getting the message when it comes to safety in school zones.

During a stakeout on Wednesday in three Winnipeg school zones, CAA Manitoba, Winnipeg police, along with teachers and parent volunteers, witnessed 819 instances of risky behaviours.

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