Gloves off over city hall audit

A war of words is swirling around the damning audit of city hall property transactions. Critics on council are slamming the 192-page report from consulting firm EY (formerly known as Ernst and Young), questioning its credibility because the firm titled the document a review rather than an audit Read More

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Central figures call report a big waste

TWO people at the centre of Winnipeg’s real estate audit are calling the report a waste of time and money. Former Winnipeg chief administrative officer Phil Sheegl and Shindico Realty president and CEO Sandy Shindleman expressed disbelief they were not interviewed as part of consulting firm EY’s Read More

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ATV thefts end in 34 charges against teens

Two teens are facing 34 charges after four all-terrain vehicles were stolen, RCMP report. The thefts were reported early Canada Day — three quads had been stolen from the Portage la Prairie area and one was stolen from the Westbourne area. With the assistance of Amaranth RCMP, D Division Read […]

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Frozen pipe threat is finally over

Turn off the tap and read your water meter. That’s what the City of Winnipeg is advising residents whose homes were at risk of frozen pipes and had left a tap running to prevent that from happening. The city is no longer detecting frost at excavation sites and the risk […]

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Jets sign Hutchinson, lose Jokinen

The Winnipeg Jets didn’t have to look too far to find a replacement for goaltender Al Montoya. One day after Montoya signed as an unrestricted free agent with the Florida Panthers, the team announced they have agreed to terms with goaltender Michael Hutchinson on a two-year contract worth Read More

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