Sunshine, high temperatures on the way

You wanted summer? Well, you’ve got it. It’s going to be 27 C today and highs in the low 30s right through Tuesday. Of course, there could be the odd thundershower mixed in there because of the humidity. That could come on Thursday, if you look at Environment Canada, or […]

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Pool trespasser guilty for return

A man punted from a city public swimming pool over his treatment of women and kids has been convicted of trespassing after he showed up there again. Remigiusz Gronski, 31, knew or ought to have known he was barred from the Cindy Klassen Recreation Complex when a police officer came […]

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In Brief

Upper Fort Garry site a provincial park THE birthplace of Winnipeg is now a provincial park. Four years after the provincial government first announced the site of a historic Hudson’s Bay Co. trading post, just south of Broadway and Main Street, would become a park, the site was officially Read […]

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Capture, theft terrify teens

A day at the mall turned into a terrifying ordeal for three Winnipeg teens who were robbed and held captive by a group of crazed strangers. Police sources told the Free Press the 90-minute attack Saturday afternoon near Polo Park may have been part of a gang initiation in which […]

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Deal for a new Lake St. Martin

Lake St. Martin First Nation may finally have a deal to get members home again. Chief Adrian Sinclair confirmed he and the council of his First Nation signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) Monday with the federal and provincial governments for a settlement package. The deal is worth Read More

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Provincial city hall inquiry urged

Transcona Coun. Russ Wyatt is demanding the province call a judicial inquiry into dealings at city hall given the findings of the latest audit into a major city construction project. Wyatt said there are too many similarities with a KPMG audit into the construction of Winnipeg’s new police… Read More

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