RCMP confirm that murder suspects committed suicide
A completed autopsy on the two bodies confirm their identity, and the results have found that the teens committed suicide by gun.
Police are confident that bodies found are the Canada manhunt suspects, but questions remain
Police strongly believe that bodies recovered on a riverbank near Gillam, Manitoba are the two suspects wanted in the nation-manhunt.
Winnipeg man and others caught by Ontario police with roughly $24,000 in meth
The Ontario Provincial Police caught the five suspects during a traffic stop that came at the end of an investigation into drug trafficking in the city.
RCMP discover several items belonging to B.C. manhunt fugitives
Several items directly linking the suspects have been found on the shoreline of the Nelson River, according to RCMP Manitoba.
Uncertainty in the air as Canada manhunt continues
The military has now pulled out of the search for Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod after the RCMP said that they no longer need their assistance.
First Nations community asks for psychological aid after RCMP end lockdown in Manitoba manhunt
Small, closely bound groups can suffer trauma from a large police and military occupancy, added one advocacy group.
Manhunt suspects were inadvertently let go last week—nationwide search continues into day eight
Schmegelsky and McLeod are still considered armed and very dangerous, having currently been charged with the death of Leonard Dyck, as well as being the primary suspects in the double homicide that ended the lives of Australian Lucas Fowler and American Chynna Deese.
The term “Midget” to be removed from Manitoba junior hockey
Basketball Manitoba has previously stopped the word “midget,” from being used for category titles. Hockey is following suit.
Manitoban 84-year-old grandmother turns up alive after four-day search, asks for a beer and a hot tub
When Mary Byman, 84, went berry-picking in rural Manitoba, she didn’t come back home.
Five things you need to know about the Canada manhunt
These are five elements that leave the mind to imagine tales of their own making