Manitoba RCMP looking for suspect with stolen vehicle, firearms – Winnipeg

RCMP in Stonewall, Man., are asking for the public’s help finding a suspect with a stolen car and missing guns. The original incident happened

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Coronavirus: 72 new COVID-19 cases in Manitoba, 45 in Prairie Mountain

Dr. Brent Roussin, Manitoba’s chief public health officer, reported Sunday that the province has 72 new confirmed COVID-19 cases. On Saturday, the province matched

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Deadly highways: Manitoba records 5 fatalities in one week – Winnipeg

This week the province recorded five fatalities, bumping up the number of deaths on Manitoba roads this year to 48. Speed, alcohol and driving

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Manitoba storm chasers providing crucial information in real-time

Storm chasers are known for running towards inclement weather systems when most people are trying to take cover, and as Global’s Marek Tkach reports,

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16 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Manitoba Saturday – Winnipeg

Manitoba public health officials announced 16 new cases of COVID-19 in the province Saturday. That brings the total number of cases in Manitoba to

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Joyrider mows vehicle through Manitoba canola field, causing thousands in damage – Winnipeg

A Headingley, Man., farmer says he’s looking at thousands of dollars in damage after someone appears to have driven a vehicle through his canola

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Manitoba records 18 new COVID-19 cases Sunday

Public health officials identified 18 new COVID-19 cases in Manitoba Sunday morning, the province announced on Twitter. The new numbers bring the province’s total

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Manitoba travel spots grapple with litter and parking issues with influx of visitors – Winnipeg

More Manitobans are choosing to stay in the province to enjoy the summer, but that influx has left communities with overflowing garbage bins, parking

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A year after manhunt for teen murder suspects, some in Manitoba town are forever changed

It was an unusual sight: a barking police dog in northern Manitoba’s remote dense brush and heavily armed tactical officers in camouflage as a drone flew overhead. The

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About 1% of COVID-19 complaints in Manitoba lead to fines – Winnipeg

Data from the Manitoba government shows that since the pandemic hit the province and COVID-19 guidelines were put in place, about one per cent

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