Off-road vehicle accident claims life

A 64-year-old man is dead following an off-road vehicle accident near Treherne Tuesday. The collision took place at around 9:30 p.m. in the R.M. of Victoria, approximately four kilometres west of Treherne. The driver, who was from the municipality, was pronounced dead at the scene. His name Read More

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Man arrested after weapons, armour seized

A Winnipeg man remains in custody following a large weapons bust in the north Elmwood area earlier this week. Over the weekend, members of the Winnipeg Police Service and the National Weapons Enforcement Support Team became involved in a weapons investigation at a residence in the 500 block of… Read […]

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City councillors taking extra time with audit

Members of city council are taking a few extra hours this morning to hear details about the audit into major city real-estate transactions. Mayor Sam Katz and city councillors are gathered in the basement of city hall’s council building for a closed-door seminar about the audit, which… Read More

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Licence issued for Keeyask dam construction

The Manitoba government has issued a licence to construct the Keeyask hydro generating project. In a statement this morning, the province said it has accepted the recent recommendations from the Clean Environment Commission (CEC) in deciding to proceed with the project and will attach more… Read More

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BU professor receives national history award

Brandon University history Prof. Rhonda Hinther has been given a prestigious national award for her career efforts in women’s history, which include films, books, and work with the Canadian Human Rights Museum and the Canadian Museum of History. Hinther received the Marion Dewar Prize,… Read More

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Sunny weather after blustery holiday

Now that the Canada Day extra-long weekend is over, the sun is coming out. Environment Canada predicts nothing but sun for Winnipeg over the next week which is welcome news after a gloomy, rainy and windy holiday. Today’s forecast high is 22 C, with temperatures slated to rise to 31 […]

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Hearts aglow for our country

The remnants of a storm that flooded parts of Manitoba and made Winnipeg wet and windy during the weekend kept many people inside on Canada Day. Though the city had no shortage of things to do — with festivals at The Forks, Osborne Street, Assiniboine Park, St. Boniface and more […]

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