Manitoba calls state of emergency after devastating snowstorm downs powerlines
Thousands were evacuated over the weekend as a massive snowstorm descended on Manitoba, downing powerlines and causing widespread power outages.
Winnipeg police locate and rescue five missing youths and make multiple arrests for sexual exploitation
On September 25, Winnipeg Police announced the locating and rescue of 5 reported missing-at risk. Each was transported to a place of safety.
WATCH: Elizabeth May promises to decriminalize all drugs
“We must stop treating drug addiction as a criminal issue,” May said. “This is a national health emergency.”
High risk sex offender released in Fox Lake, Manitoba
RCMP have also tried to dissuade the public from enacting vigilante justice, saying the purpose of this news release is merely to make them aware and allow them the opportunity to take precautionary measures.
Manitoba re-elects a Conservative majority government
In another landslide victory for provincial conservative parties, the province of Manitoba has re-elected the Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba to lead them.
Thirteen-year-old shot at Norway House, Manitoba—other teens are suspected, one charged
A 13-year-old boy was shot at roughly 5:00 am on Kistapinan Drive in the community on August 28, reports Norway House RCMP.