WATCH: Winnipeg Constable calls handgun ban ‘nonsense’
Const. Rob Carver debunked the idea of a handgun ban to media today, describing the notion as “nonsense.”
Winnipeg breaks own homicide record with 42nd death
Manitoba’s capital has broken its own homicide record set in 2011.
Winnipeg mayor meets Chinese ambassador, gets shredded on Twitter
The mayor of Winnipeg thought it would be smart to tweet out a photo of him looking happy to meet China’s ambassador to Canada, Cong Peiwu.
WATCH: Brazen liquor store thefts show disturbing breakdown in rule of law
Government-run Liquor Mart thefts in Manitoba are just as bad as at the LCBO in Ontario, if not worse.
Winnipeg toddler stabbed while sleeping will be taken off life support
The family of a Winnipeg toddler who was stabbed earlier this week, says that the injuries inflicted upon their child has left the toddler brain dead.
Canadian football team offering scholarship to indigenous student-athletes
To this day, relatively little is known about “Indian” Jack Jacobs – a first-class inductee into the CFL Hall of Fame.
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.
Man dies in Winnipeg police custody—family demands answers
Randy Cochrane was taken into police custody on Sunday. On Monday, he was pronounced dead in a hospital.