‘Misinformation’ being spread about homicide suspects, Sudbury police say

By | August 2, 2019

Ontario Provincial Police say they continue to get tips about possible sightings of the two fugitives from British Columbia, but they say none have been confirmed. The cross-country search is continuing for Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18. The two B.C. men are wanted in connection with three homicides. Their last confirmed sighting was in Gillam, Man., on July 22. OPP acting… Read More »

‘Misinformation’ being spread about murder suspects, Sudbury police say

By | August 2, 2019

Ontario Provincial Police say they continue to get tips about possible sightings of the two fugitives from British Columbia, but police say none of them have been confirmed. The cross-country search is continuing for Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky. The two men from British Columbia are wanted in connection with three homicides. The last confirmed sighting of them… Read More »

Premier Brian Pallister says he had no involvement in decision about Red River College president

By | August 2, 2019

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says his government played no role in the controversial ousting of Red River College’s president. “Having been the recipient of some pretty harsh criticism for allegedly injecting myself in board decisions, I’m not likely going to inject myself into board decisions at this point,” Pallister said Thursday, referring to accusations he has interfered with… Read More »

SUV crashes into building, causes another car to hit Winnipeg Transit bus

By | August 2, 2019

A crash in Winnipeg on Friday morning caused a chain reaction that led to another vehicle colliding with a city bus. Emergency crews were called to the corner of Arlington Street and William Avenue, in the West Alexander neighbourhood, around 6 a.m. An SUV on William drove into a building at the intersection, police said. That caused another vehicle to run… Read More »

SUV crashes into building, causing another car to hit Winnipeg Transit bus

By | August 2, 2019

A crash in Winnipeg on Friday morning caused a chain reaction that led to another vehicle colliding with a city bus. Emergency crews were called to the corner of Arlington Street and William Avenue, in the West Alexander neighbourhood, around 6 a.m. An SUV on William drove into a building at the intersection, police said. That caused another vehicle to run… Read More »

Winnipeg crews respond to 3 overnight fires in 2-hour span

By | August 2, 2019

CTV News Winnipeg Published Friday, August 2, 2019 6:42AM CST Last Updated Friday, August 2, 2019 10:28AM CST The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service had a busy morning on Friday, when it was called to three fires in just over two hours, according to the City of Winnipeg. Around 1:20 a.m., firefighters were called to a commercial structure in… Read More »

Winnipeg fire crews battle early morning garage fire

By | August 2, 2019

Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service crews were on the scene of a garage fire early Friday morning. Fire crews were seen battling the fire on the corner of Pritchard Avenue and Sgt. Tommy Prince Street. Winnipeg police confirmed the fire took place, but wouldn’t give any additional information at this time. CTV News reached out to the City of… Read More »

Things to do in Manitoba (and what’s open and closed): August long weekend 2019 edition

By | August 2, 2019

While some Manitobans may find themselves stuck in highway traffic jams en route to cottage country, city dwellers wondering what’s happening in Winnipeg this August long weekend have come to the right place for answers. Environment Canada is calling for mostly hot and sunny conditions throughout the daytime all weekend. Follow CBC meteorologist John Sauder’s live weather blog for more. Here’s what’s… Read More »

What’s on in Manitoba (and what’s open and closed): August long weekend 2019 edition

By | August 2, 2019

While some Manitobans may find themselves stuck in highway traffic jams en route to cottage country, city dwellers wondering what’s happening in Winnipeg this August long weekend have come to the right place for answers. Environment Canada is calling for mostly hot and sunny conditions throughout the daytime all weekend. Follow CBC meteorologist John Sauder’s live weather blog for more. Here’s what’s… Read More »

City rejection of phosphorus reduction plan shows ’embarrassing lack of leadership,’ advocate says

By | August 2, 2019

Advocates working to improve the health of Lake Winnipeg say they’re frustrated that City of Winnipeg officials have rejected a proposed interim solution to slow the flow of phosphorus into the lake. “Frankly, I think it’s an embarrassing lack of leadership on the part of the City of Winnipeg,” said Alexis Kanu, executive director of the Lake Winnipeg… Read More »