Ecstasy, pot heading south

The acting U.S. drug czar is calling for increased co-operation with Canada to prevent ecstasy and marijuana from flowing south across the border — and to stop guns, cocaine and methamphetamine from heading north. Earlier this week, the White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy Read More

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New CMHR stamp unveiled

A month from the day it welcomes its first visitors, a new stamp has been issued to mark the opening of Canada’s new national museum, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The new Canada Post stamp, featuring the tower and curving glass façade of the building, goes on sale today. […]

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Missing man, 54, last seen in Elmwood

Your help is needed by Winnipeg police to find Ronald Wiebe, 54, who was last seen in Winnipeg’s Elmwood area on July 18 at about 10:45 p.m., riding an older green Raleigh Boardwalk bike with oversized white wall tires. Winnipeg police are concerned for his well-being. Wiebe is described as […]

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Havixbeck promises to overhaul 311

Mayoral candidate Paula Havixbeck tackled one of the public’s biggest complaints with city hall – 311. Havixbeck promised to overhaul 311, city hall’s single portal for complaints and queries. “This will improve the day-to-day living for citizens in our city,”… Read More

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Slain teen’s CFS file to be reviewed

MANITOBA’S Children’s Advocate will investigate the involvement of the child-welfare system in the last weeks of Tina Fontaine’s life. “The public system needs to constantly be reviewing itself,” spokeswoman Ainsley Krone said. “The process that we are able to undertake is able to gather Read More

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