Sunday, October 2, 2022

Starting On Saturday, Vaccinated Manitobans Will Be Able To Visit Gyms And Salons

Manitoba is ready to continue its reopening plan. The plan includes more freedoms for fully vaccinated people who will be now able to visit gyms and salons. Fully vaccinated...

Manitoba Raises Juror Pay, Expands Eligibility For Jury Service

Manitoba is instituting changes to eligibility for jury service and how much jurors will be compensated. Begin the 20th of August, jurors will receive an average daily pay of $80...

Manitoba Gets Ready for Marathon’s Long-Awaited Return

Following months of staying – and running – apart, thousands of Manitobans got in step Sunday for the return of the region’s beloved marathon. It was a sight the runners...

Brandon Police Officers Are Being Investigated By The Independent Investigation Unit In Manitoba

Brandon Police Service has received two complaints and has started investigations on two local police officers. One police officer has been accused of lying in court. The other has...

Police In Brandon Searching For Mother And Daughter Missing Since Last Thursday

Police in Brandon is seeking the public’s help in locating the mother and daughter who have been missing since last Thursday. The mother, Amanda Orgero-Apetagon, aged 26, has been missing...

Man Fatally Shot in Central Park, another Stabbed Close By

Winnipeg police have been called to investigate a homicide and separate stabbing incident that occurred in the Central Park area on Thursday. Police officers arrived at the scenes of Qu'Appelle...

Guilty Verdict In Floyd’s Case Floods Neighbor With Emotion: Winnipeg Woman

A woman in Winnipeg has said that when she heard that the court had found Derek Chauvin guilty of all three charges, she became quite emotional even as she...

Lowest daily case count reported in Manitoba since September

Manitoba reports that the last time daily case count was this low was September 17. On Monday, public health officials reported 11 new COVID-19 cases. They reported no new...

Alarming Pandemic Shortages in Rural Manitoba Causing Burnout, Long Waits, Says Unions

Rural Manitoba paramedics are ringing alarms over what their union calls critical staffing shortages that are leading to severe burnout and hours-long wait times for patients. Every health region outside...

Charity Triathlon Generates $25K For Running Warming Centers For The Homeless In Winnipeg

A recent charity, Triathlon, has raised about $25K to keep warming centers for the homeless up and running. Josh Ward from 1JustCity noted that the Triathlon, dubbed Beat The Cold...