Time to organize city’s walking tours

Winnipeg might not be one of North America’s leading or even Top 50 mass-market holiday destinations, but this city does attract some tourism through several narrow but lucrative feeds. BUSINESS AND CONVENTION TRAFFIC: Though busy during the day, many of these visitors are looking for Read More

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Second arrest in city slaying

A second woman has been charged in connection with the city’s latest homicide. Raven Desjarlais, 27, was arrested by Regina police Tuesday. She was returned to Winnipeg on Friday and charged with second-degree murder and arson with disregard for human life in connection with the homicide. A Read More

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Police Briefs

Woman assaulted on downtown riverbank A night out with friends turned violent for a 35-year-old woman who was sexually assaulted by a stranger. The Winnipeg Police Service said the woman was socializing with friends on the south riverbank of the Assiniboine River, west of the Donald Street Read More

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Building body image one selfie at a time

While Dale Ingram and James Baty strolled downtown Saturday, they stopped at 419 Graham Ave., intrigued by what they saw. The Women’s Health Clinic looked like it had been vandalized, but not by petty criminals. One very talented calligraphist named Kal Barteski had painted over the clinic’s… Read More

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Mosquito fogging in some areas tonight

With mosquito trap counts sitting at an itch-inducing average of 59 on Saturday, city crews plan to fog again tonight to get rid of the pesky skeeters. The highest trap count in the city was in Assiniboine Park with 452 mosquitos. Fogging will begin at 9:30 p.m. tonight and run […]

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