Nelson House RCMP looking for missing 17-year-old

By | December 13, 2019

Nelson House RCMP are asking for help finding a missing teenager.  Avery Ross, 17, was last seen on Thursday, Dec. 5, at around 8:30 p.m. in Nelson House, Man.  He is known to frequent Thompson, Cross Lake and Winnipeg, according to an RCMP news release.  Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Nelson House RCMP at 204-484-2837.

Manitoba celebrates 50 years of organ donation and kidney transplantation

By | December 13, 2019

WINNIPEG — In November 1969, the Manitoba’s very first kidney transplant from a deceased donor was completed. The recipient’s daughter, Jean Roberts, says her father lived another 13 years, cherished time he spent with his wife and family. “Those years allowed him to experience the addition of seven wonderful grandchildren,” she said in a news release. “It is… Read More »

RCMP search for missing 17-year-old in Nelson House

By | December 13, 2019

WINNIPEG — RCMP in Nelson House, Man., is searching for a missing 17-year-old boy. Avery Ross was last seen on Dec. 5, 2019 in Nelson House around 8:30 p.m. He is known to frequent Thompson, Cross Lake, and Winnipeg. RCMP is asking anyone with information about Ross’ whereabouts to call Nelson House RCMP at 204-484-2837.

Koats for Kids short 2,000 winter jackets

By | December 13, 2019

WINNIPEG — United Way Winnipeg’s annual Koats for Kids fundraiser is coming up short this year, prompting the charity to put an urgent call out to the public. The fundraiser collects winter clothing to give to Winnipeg families in need. It said this year they have already given away 3,000 coats. But with the holidays coming up fast… Read More »

Speaker says he’ll evict Wilson-Raybould if she doesn’t leave office earmarked for Dan Vandal

By | December 13, 2019

If it comes down to it, newly-elected House of Commons Speaker Anthony Rota says he will evict Jody Wilson-Raybould, the Independent MP currently locked in a dispute over office space with her former party. “I mean, obviously we have a process in place, there’s a tradition in place,” he said in a recent interview with Power and Politics host Vassy… Read More »

Manitoba Museum renewal program gets $250K boost from credit unions

By | December 13, 2019

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba Museum’s ‘Bringing Our Stories Forward’ renewal project is closer to achieving its fundraising goals thanks to a $250,000 gift from Manitoba’s credit unions. The project, slated for completion in November 2020, is intended to transform more than 42 per cent of the museum’s galleries.  In a Friday news release from the museum, Credit Union… Read More »

Winnipeg woman faces long list of forgery, fraud, and identity theft charges: police

By | December 13, 2019

WINNIPEG — After a number of credit and debit cards, and identity documents were stolen from Winnipeg homes and vehicles, police have arrested a woman and charged her with a long list of forgery, fraud and identity theft-related charges. Winnipeg police said between August 2018 and December 2019, several people’s identity or financial documents were stolen during break-ins.… Read More »