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It’s a massive surprise for two sisters in Winnipeg. 18 year old Hazdar Hilo and her little sister Zainab Hilo have been given tickets to a FIFA Women’s World Cup match Investor’s Group Field in June. They’ve also been invited to be flag bearers for the tournament. The two sisters were forced to flee their […]
The City of Winnipeg has moved from the red to the black in the span of a month, according to a report that council’s finance committee will review on Thursday.
This is The Playoff Anthem. It took me ages to write. Like, weeks and weeks. I would sit there watching Jets games with my laptop trying to make things fit, delete everything, and start again….
I was talking to a co worker about the mariaggi's hotel in downtown Winnipeg when they mentioned that they were busted with hidden cameras in them at one time. I googled this to see if he was correct but was unable to find anything. While I certainly don't recall this story before, I was wondering […]
My friend told me that his dad got in a brawl with some other guy last Saturday in the Costco parking lot. Apparently some people filmed the event and we are looking for the video. submitted by /u/360edgy420me [link] [comments]
After four years of living at the Manitoba Housing complex at 170 Hendon Ave, two residents fear for their safety and move out of subsidized housing.
The prosecution at the first-degree murder trial of a 22-year-old man says a young Winnipeg woman was stabbed to death over a drug debt. Treyvonne Willis, 22, is charged in the killing of Kaila Tran, 26, who was attacked on the morning of June 20, 2012 …
In the days before she died, 42-year-old Joanne Neepin suffered an attack that has prompted police to lay a criminal charge for domestic violence — and her family is waiting for answers. Abel Cain Sanderson, 39, has been formally charged with assault causing bodily harm in relation to an
Anyone who has had a death in the family and dealt with Wojick Funeral homes knows what a valuable service they provided. Richard Wojcik"s death is a great loss for our city. submitted by /u/reptilesni [link] [comments]
New liquor laws have changed what is and isn’t socially acceptable.
A Portage La Prairie man tells CTV news, police have found his truck after thieves stole it on their third attempt. The theft was caught on camera. Curtis Thacker says about a month ago, someone broke in to his truck and stole keys he had forgotten inside.
It was more than a game of thrones Monday when the province's rural hotel owners took their fight for survival to the steps of the Manitoba legislature. "Our sales are fine and we sustain a strong business, but the province just takes too much,” said …
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Hey guys, I am job searching and I stumbled upon a company called VioRR marketing group, I Googled them and didn't find any reviews or anything, they seem to be hiring any thing that moves. Does any one know what they do and how are the jobs there like? I mean is it like telesolutions? […]
There’s going to be one noticeable absence from a Winnipeg wedding social if it proceeds as planned next month: the bride. Rachael Roopchand, 31, left court in handcuffs Friday after being sentenced to one-year in jail for stealing more than $53,000 from her employer. Her tearful apology
A former Winnipeg high school gym teacher has been sentenced to four years in prison for sexually exploiting a female student. Shane Vanveen, 34, appeared in court Thursday after pleading guilty to crimes involving a 17-year-old girl at a Winnipeg school in 2013. He was sentenced under a
WINNIPEG –A Winnipeg man is behind bars for pretending to collect money for a local charity. Police got a number of calls about a man going around asking for money for CancerCare Manitoba. It happened between July 31st and August 18th in the St. James and River Heights area. Turns out it was all a […]
Margaret Day – Darryl Loewen Margaret Day, chair of Assiniboine Credit Union, and Darryl Loewen, chair of Access Credit Union. (HANDOUT). WINNIPEG — Two Manitoba credit unions are proposing to merge, creating the largest banking entity in the …
Paul Gillis thought he was doing the right thing, but it turned into the worst decision of his life.
Police seized guns, a machete an stolen ID in a raid Sunday.
RCMP have made a drug bust on a semi-trailer near Portage La Prairie. Officers pulled over the truck around 2 a.m. Monday on the Trans-Canada Highway. Police recovered nearly 140 lbs of marijuana. A man from the Maritimes was arrested and charges are pending. The vehicle was taken to Winnipeg for further inspection. (File image)
Brandon police have arrested a woman after a baby was found abandoned in a stroller – in the middle of the street. Police say around three this morning, they found the seven-month old girl in a stroller on 17th street North. They found the child’s mother a few blocks away. Police say she told them […]
Neil Friesen and Jeff Dyck have been sentenced to three years in plus one additional year each for their roles in One World United.
Jason Zarrillo of Integrity Mortgage Services is facing allegations of fraud under the Mortgage Broker’s Act after a Manitoba Securities Commission investigation.
In a rare case before the courts, a Winnipeg man is demanding answers about the Mounties’ investigation into the construction of the city’s police headquarters and fire-paramedic stations. Michael Kalo, 48, has taken legal action against Canada’s attorney general on behalf of
No word on the cause of a house fire in the 500-block of Prosper Street near Marion and Archibald early Wednesday evening. Acting Platoon Fire Chief Scott Hunnie says a resident heard a smoke detector go off and found a fire in the basement. Fire and police responded and remained on scene after the fire […]
RCMP Crest Logo A 25-year-old Winnipeg cyclist was struck and killed just north of Selkirk on Sunday. The rider was travelling on Highway 9 between Netley Road and Kreamer Road just after midnight when a southbound van struck the cyclist, who had …
A 23 year old woman, who was hit by a car in downtown Winnipeg, Saturday afternoon has succumbed to her injuries. Amy Gilbert died on Monday. A celebration of her life will be held this Saturday at the Hotel Fort Garry. Gilbert had worked at Generation Green, and Stella’s on Portage, and also spent time […]
An overnight fire in the Tyndall Park area caused $250,000 to a home. Firefighters responded to a fire on Kinver Avenue, near Dexter Street after 12:30 a.m. Friday. The flames started in the basement and spread to the main floor. No one was injured.
Two motorcycle riders from Colorado surprised locals in Churchill by riding along the rail line to the northern Manitoba town — a route they thought was flooded. And the riders claim the tracks aren’t in bad shape.
A Manitoba man visiting the Bahamas was killed in a home invasion robbery in an upscale neighbourhood of Grand Bahama, authorities said Wednesday.
The first meeting between a Canadian prime minister and provincial premiers in seven years last December was over the environment, Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr told students at Kelvin High School on Friday. That should give students an idea of how high a priority the new federal
An outgoing NDP MLA claims a current cabinet minister violated an agreement that would have selected a new Manitoba premier.
ChrisD.ca is proud to once again be partnering with the Red River Ex this year. We're giving away 20 gate passes for the annual exhibition, running June 13-22. Performers this year include K-OS, Shawn Desmen, The Guess Who, Doc Walker, The Glorious …
At 85 years old, retired farmer Lorne Sipley is trying to make sense of what he's seeing. "This is the worst flood I ever seen," he said. "It's been bad before but nothing like this," said Sipley from near his home west of Virden, MB. What's surprising …
The tiny Manitoba First Nation has formed a partnership with Elcano Exploration Inc. to develop oil and gas wells. The move could could see millions flow into the community – and prove they’re owed money from wells adjacent to their lands.