Living in isolation

SHOAL LAKE 40 FIRST NATION — The first time Linda Redsky fell through the ice, she was heading back to her island reserve after a day in Kenora. “I remember being under the water because it was a really clear night, and I could see the ice floating around above […]

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Lotteries

In the event of a discrepancy between this list and the official winning numbers, the latter shall prevail. PICK 3 Winning number Wednesday was 099. EXTRA Winning number Wednesday was 6496835. LOTTO 6/49 Winning numbers Wednesday were 20, 25, 28, 31, 37 and 41. Bonus number was 16. The… Read […]

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Former archbishop receives jail time

He’s devoted his life to his religious calling, rising over decades to become one of the highest-ranking officials of his church in Canada. But Seraphim (Kenneth) Storheim’s molestation of a young altar boy nearly 30 years ago while a trusted parish priest in Winnipeg’s North End has landed him Read […]

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Final push before flood crest

RM OF ST. FRANÇOIS XAVIER — The first thing Patrizia Moxon thought when she got home from work Tuesday night was: Oh my god, we’re doing this again. By early Wednesday afternoon there were nearly 100 Province of Manitoba workers, Canadian Forces personnel and other volunteers filling sandbags Read More

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Consultants defend report under grilling

The head of the consulting team that produced the scathing audit of Winnipeg’s real estate transactions defended the final report before council Wednesday. Mark Single of consulting firm EY fielded questions by councillors for three hours Wednesday, dismissing concerns Mayor Sam Katz and others Read More

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City to province: review audit

Manitoba Justice will be asked to review the findings of the audit into real estate transactions at city hall for a possible criminal investigation. That was one of four motions approved by city council late Wednesday afternoon following a marathon six-hour special meeting to consider the Read More

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RCMP advise against visiting Portage Diversion

RCMP are asking the public to stay away from the Portage Diversion. In a release, RCMP said they have been encountering people, particularly on the Trans-Canda Highway west of Portage la Prairie, who have been stopping their vehicles to take photos of the diversion. Those people are creating… Read More

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