Pollock’s Hardware members urged to vote to close co-op

By | February 6, 2019

CTV Winnipeg Published Wednesday, February 6, 2019 3:24PM CST Last Updated Thursday, February 7, 2019 7:39PM CST Members of a co-op that came together to save a Winnipeg institution a decade ago are now being asked to vote to close it. Pollock’s Hardware Co-op Ltd. sent members a notice of an upcoming vote to allow the board to… Read More »

Winnipeg Centre MP sorry for notable Canadians calendar featuring men only

By | February 6, 2019

WINNIPEG – A Liberal member of Parliament is apologizing for putting out a calendar that features notable Canadians — all of whom are men. Robert-Falcon Ouellette, who represents the riding of Winnipeg Centre, recently sent a calendar by mail to his constituents that profiled 12 Canadians. The list includes former politicians, a hockey player and an Indigenous leader,Wino… Read More »

Mother of newborn apprehended in live video had history of child neglect and drugs

By | February 6, 2019

The mother of a newborn girl whose apprehension into CFS care was streamed live on Facebook has a long history with the child welfare system, including being investigated twice for child abuse, court records say. The mother’s Winnipeg Child and Family Services file, which was presented as part of child protection hearings in court, says the mother’s first… Read More »

Mother of newborn apprehended in live video had been investigated for child abuse

By | February 6, 2019

The mother of a newborn girl whose apprehension into CFS care was streamed live on Facebook has a long history with the child welfare system, including being investigated twice for child abuse, court records say. The mother’s Winnipeg Child and Family Services file, which was presented as part of child protection hearings in court, says the mother’s first… Read More »

Winnipeg-based cannabis company has licence suspended

By | February 6, 2019

Winnipeg-based Bonify Medical Cannabis has had its licence suspended, confirmed Health Canada. The department said the licence suspension was issued Monday following a review that determined Bonify possessed, distributed and sold product that was bought from an illegal source. Health Canada added that the cannabis company also sold product that that didn’t meet the standard for proper production… Read More »

City asks St. Vital man to stop living in camper trailer

By | February 6, 2019

A St. Vital property owner is appealing an order to stop using a camper trailer as living quarters and eliminate hazardous electrical conditions. In 2018, a City of Winnipeg inspection revealed Drago Kucas, who also goes by Carl Kucas, was in contravention of two bylaws.  The first is that a person must not live in a camper for… Read More »