Killer driver gets 54 months

He was high on cocaine, drunk on alcohol and driving more than double the speed limit when he killed an elderly motorist. Now a Winnipeg man has been sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison for the type of tragedy a Manitoba judge says is all too familiar. Adam Langan, 30, […]

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Holiday risky for drivers

Wherever you are going, whatever you are doing, no matter how excited you are about your destination this long August weekend, buckle your seatbelt and take your time to be safe on roads and highways. Take special care as you depart. A Manitoba Public Insurance statement notes nearly 40 per […]

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Death incites anger

The Winnipeg man who died during an armed standoff is being described as a virtual shut-in whose mental-health issues demanded more of police than a hail of bullets. Family members of Andrew Baryluk lashed out at police after the 17-hour ordeal, saying the tragic ending could have been avoided Read […]

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Beat the heat: Why you need to stay cool

With the temperature expected to approach 30 C today and stay relatively high for the long weekend, many Manitobans are taking notice and making plans to enjoy the heat. That’s all good — most people have been waiting for some hot weather. It is also important to remember too much […]

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Police search for Arborg robbery suspect

ARBORG — Arborg RCMP are asking for the public’s help tracking down the person responsible for a June 30 robbery at a local business. Around 11 p.m. June 30, police received a call about the robbery, according to a news release issued Thursday. A man had reportedly entered the business […]

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MTYP hires new artistic director

Manitoba Theatre for Young People has appointed Pablo Felices-Luna as its new artistic director. Felices-Luna, who since 2007 was artistic director of St. Catharine Ont.’s Carousel Players, will take up his post Nov. 15. He succeeds Derek Aasland, who resigned in early May. The father of Read More

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