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Woman Stabbed in Arm with Needle at St. Vital Centre

Woman Stabbed in Arm with Needle at St. Vital Centre

Winnipeg Police CrestWINNIPEG — A woman was stabbed in the arm with a needle at St. Vital Centre on Wednesday evening.

Police say the victim reported the unprovoked attack at around 7:30 p.m. and the female suspect had fled.

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Local Clothing Boutique Caters to Uplift Plus-Size Women

Local Clothing Boutique Caters to Uplift Plus-Size Women

Orchidée Fashion Boutique
Orchidée Fashion Boutique opens Saturday in St. Vital Centre. (FACEBOOK)

A new Winnipeg clothing boutique opening this weekend is specializing in trendy fashion for plus-size women.

Orchidée Fashion Boutique co-owner Chantal Darzi says the store is meant to create an uplifting shopping experience for women sizes 10 and up.

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Book Market Opens to Support Children’s Hospital

Book Market Opens to Support Children’s Hospital

Book Market
A volunteer sorts books at a previous year’s Children’s Hospital Book Market at St. Vital Centre. (TED GRANT / CHRISD.CA FILE)

WINNIPEG — Book lovers can flip through new reading material at the annual Children’s Hospital Book Market.

Thousands of books in more than 65 categories are available September 28-30 at St. Vital Centre, with all funds going to support the ongoing operations of the Children’s Hospital libraries and the Children’s Hospital Television (CHTV) station.

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Police Identify Man Accused of Spraying Unknown Substance on Teen Girl at St. Vital Centre

Police Identify Man Accused of Spraying Unknown Substance on Teen Girl at St. Vital Centre

By David Klassen

St. Vital Centre Suspect
Winnipeg police have identified this man as a person of interest in the St. Vital Centre incident. (WPS / HANDOUT)

Winnipeg police have identified a person of interest after a teen girl had an unknown substance sprayed on her at St. Vital Centre.

Police on Saturday released a surveillance photo of a man accused of following a group of girls in the mall on February 19.

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