City wide spring cleaning begins Monday

By | April 21, 2019

The City of Winnipeg is gearing up for spring cleaning and that means you might need to move your car to avoid a ticket or tow. City-wide cleaning begins at 10 p.m. Monday as crews will sweep streets, back lanes, sidewalks and boulevards. The city says around 300 pieces of equipment and 500 staff members will take part… Read More »

Arlington Street Bridge reopened after repairs

By | April 21, 2019

The Arlington Bridge has reopened to traffic. Winnipeg Police tweeted Sunday afternoon that the bridge was closed to traffic in both directions, due to newly discovered road damage. Police had the bridge blocked off Sunday. (Rudy Gauer/CBC) In a release later in the day Sunday, the city said the bridge was closed after reports of “unsound conditions” on the bridge deck.  An inspection found some… Read More »

Arlington Street Bridge closed due to road damage

By | April 21, 2019

If you’re planning to take the Arlington Street Bridge Sunday, you’re out of luck. Winnipeg Police tweeted Sunday afternoon that the bridge is closed to traffic in both directions, due to newly discovered road damage. Police had the bridge blocked off Sunday. (Rudy Gauer/CBC) Police say the bridge will likely remain closed for some time. More from CBC Manitoba: 

Fire in Steinbach sends one person to hospital

By | April 21, 2019

One person was sent to hospital with non-lifethreatening injuries after a fire in Steinbach Saturday night. Steinbach Fire Chief Kelvin Toews says crews were called toa home onWhitby Cres. at11:30 p.m. When crews arrived on scene the only person who was home at the time had already evacuated but had to be taken to hospital. The cause of… Read More »

Christians plan vigil for Winnipeg’s Jewish community after woman attacked, swastika spray-painted inside cafe

By | April 21, 2019

A city church is planning a vigil to support Winnipeg’s Jewish community after a violent anti-Semitic incident at a Winnipeg cafe that sent a woman to hospital and left the inside of a cafe vandalized with a swastika spray-painted inside. The Westworth United Church is putting on a vigil Thursday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at its church on Grosvenor… Read More »