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Delivery Driver Accused Of Stealing $1M In Electronics

WINNIPEG – An employee at a package delivery company in Winnipeg is accused of stealing over $1 million in electronics and selling it all online. City police say the products were stolen between last September and this January while in transit. They believe some of the proceeds were used to buy a home valued at more than $600,000. The 30
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PCs Pick Leadership Date

WINNIPEG – Progressive Conservatives in Manitoba will pick a new leader April 26, 2025. The party, headed by Heather Stefanson, lost power last October 3rd to the NDP. She was going to resign on election night but stayed on until January so the PCs could come up with rules for the leadership race.
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Kinew Leads Trade Trip To US

WINNIPEG – Manitoba Premier Wab Kinew leadS a delegation of industry, business and labour representatives to Washington, D.C. on Monday. His volunteer trade adviser, former premier Gary Doer, who was Canada’s ambassador to the U.S. from 2009 to 2016, is part of the three day mission to secure and expand trade. Companies here that employ people on both sides of
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Manitoba Mounties Report Increase In E-Transfer Scams

WINNIPEG – RCMP in Manitoba say they are seeing more scams involving e-transfers. The Mounties say victims receive an email that appears to be from someone trying to send them an Interac e-transfer. However, when the person clicks on the link and enters their banking information, the scammers are able to steal the login info.
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Historic Theatre Burns In Northern Manitoba

WINNIPEG – RCMP are investigating a suspected arson that has destroyed a historic theatre in northern Manitoba. Mounties in The Pas responded to reports of a fire at the Lido Theatre early Monday morning. The town’s firefighters, including some from a nearby First Nation, were able to extinguish the blaze within a few hours. The theatre is nearly 100 years
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Man Stabbed On Winnipeg Transit Bus

WINNIPEG – A 20 year old man is recovering after being stabbing on a Winnipeg Transit bus over the weekend. Police say the man was injured during a confrontation with two suspects on Saturday night. The victim got off the bus near William and Lark, received medical attention from a bystander before officers arrived and was taken to hospital in
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Solar Eclipse Today

WINNIPEG – Two local photographers left on the weekend for a spot that will be in the path of totality of today’s solar eclipse. Chris Mason and Ryan Lucenkiw will be in Lac-Megantic, Quebec just after 2 p.m. Winnipeg time when the eclipse hits its peak. A partial eclipse here will begin at 12:54 and peak at 2:01, ending just
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Harris To Sign With Bombers One Last Time

WINNIPEG – Andrew Harris is signing a one day contract with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers so he can retire as a member of his hometown team. He won four Grey Cups including 2019 and 2021 with Winnipeg. The 36 year old, who played for Toronto last year, is the CFL’s all time leading Canadian rusher with 10,380 yards. The Bombers
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Winnipeg Man Charged In Serious Assault

WINNIPEG – Police have made an arrest after an assault at a fast food restaurant in Winnipeg earlier this week. On Tuesday morning, officers found a 45 year old man with serious upper body injuries at the Burger King at Confusion Corner. Investigators say the man and the suspect knew each other. A 25 year old man faces assault, robbery
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Kinew NDP’s First Budget

WINNIPEG – Manitoba’s new NDP government has tabled its first budget which includes tax cuts and rebates as promised during last fall’s election campaign. The provincial fuel tax holiday has been extended by three months until the end of September. The budget also keeps promises of free prescription birth control, a higher tax credit for fertility treatments and rebates on