36-year-old male in stable condition after stabbing in Dauphin

By | February 15, 2019

A 36-year-old male is recovering in hospital after being stabbed in Dauphin, Man. Dauphin RCMP responded to the incident shortly after 11 p.m. Tuesday. They say two males knocked on the victim’s door. When he answered, police say the men assaulted him and stabbed him in the upper body. The suspects then stole a small amount of cannabis… Read More »

Millennium Library introduces security upgrades

By | February 15, 2019

New security procedures are coming to the Millennium Library.  Starting on Feb. 25, guests who enter through the front lobby will be guided to a screening area.  Visitors bags will be searched, and a hand-held metal detector will be used to check for prohibited items. In a statement, Ed Cuddy, Manager of Library Services said, “The safety and… Read More »

Amber Alert issued in Ontario prompts 911 calls in Winnipeg

By | February 15, 2019

CTV Winnipeg Published Friday, February 15, 2019 2:07PM CST Last Updated Friday, February 15, 2019 2:08PM CST Call takers with the Winnipeg Police Service 911 Centre were kept busy with calls related to an Amber Alert issued Thursday night, some of whom came from people complaining about having received the alert. The Amber Alert was issued by Peel… Read More »

Violent sex offender missing from B.C. might be headed to Winnipeg, police say

By | February 15, 2019

Joseph Davis is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for missing his curfew. He is described as 5-8 and 178 pounds with short blond hair, blue eyes, and numerous tattoos on his arms. (Vancouver Police Department) A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for the arrest of a violent sexual offender who police say might be headed to Winnipeg. Joseph… Read More »

Water main break floods McMillan neighbourhood streets

By | February 15, 2019

A water main break at the corner of Dorchester Avenue and Wentworth Street flooded roads, leaving behind an icy mess. Cars parked in the area could be seen surrounded by water that reached almost as high as the undercarriage. The City of Winnipeg said crews are on scene making repairs, and the main was shut off around 8:45… Read More »

‘We just want our voices heard’: Protest truck convoy passes through Manitoba en route to Ottawa

By | February 15, 2019

A convoy of at least 70 trucks protesting Ottawa’s oil and gas policies is passing through Manitoba on Friday on its way to Parliament Hill, hoping to pick up steam among local drivers. “We want the current government to realize that they have a huge disconnect with a lot of issues, and the biggest is our oil and gas industry… Read More »