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Eastern Manitoba carjacking with weapon

Eastern Manitoba carjacking with weapon

Unsuspecting motorists stopped for the flashing red and blue lights.
Manitoba now in fourth wave of COVID pandemic, with high infection rate in south

Manitoba now in fourth wave of COVID pandemic, with high infection rate in south

WINNIPEG — Manitoba has clearly entered the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, as cases are rising especially in regions where vaccination rates are low, says the province's top doctor.
Assault in Portage results in serious injury

Assault in Portage results in serious injury

RCMP is seeking the public's help to find the attackers of a man who was left in serious condition
Shane Pinto scores 25 seconds in OT, Sens down Jets 3-2 in NHL pre-season

Shane Pinto scores 25 seconds in OT, Sens down Jets 3-2 in NHL pre-season

WINNIPEG — Shane Pinto took a little time, but it was worth it.
Many public sector workers in Manitoba will need COVID-19 vaccination or get tested

Many public sector workers in Manitoba will need COVID-19 vaccination or get tested

WINNIPEG — Many public-sector workers in Manitoba will soon have to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or get tested up to three times a week. The measures, first alluded to last month, are to take effect Oct. 18.
What’s at stake in the Provincial Election?

What’s at stake in the Provincial Election?

CONNECTING THE DOTS: On the cusp of change in leadership in Manitoba, while only members of the Progressive Conservative party can vote at the end of October, there's still a few days left to purchase the $20 party membership, and judging by the Manitoba BLUE in the federal election, many may.
Investigation concluded: less than lethal weapon deescalates potentially lethal situ

Investigation concluded: less than lethal weapon deescalates potentially lethal situ

In February 2020, the Independent Investigation Unit (IIU) concluded its investigation into the injury of a 36-year-old man during his arrest by RCMP in The Pas. The man was injured by a projectile from a “less lethal” firearm.
Documents show COVID-19 pandemic led to record-high deficit in Manitoba

Documents show COVID-19 pandemic led to record-high deficit in Manitoba

WINNIPEG — The COVID-19 pandemic pushed Manitoba's deficit for the last fiscal year to a record $2.1 billion, but less red ink is expected this year as the economy rebounds.
Oil Caps happy to be back playing

Oil Caps happy to be back playing

Although the Virden Oil Capitals lost both of their games last weekend, the team was pleased to be back playing regular season Manitoba Junior Hockey League contests.

Valour FC fires head coach and GM Rob Gale, citing recent run of poor results

WINNIPEG — Valour FC has fired head coach and GM Rob Gale, replacing him with former Vancouver Whitecaps assistant Phillip Dos Santos. The Winnipeg club stands fifth in the eight-team Canadian Premier League with a 7-9-2 record.