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Handcuffed prisoner escapes custody, runs off into woods

CBC 17 Sep 2021
A prisoner about to be transferred from a community in northern Manitoba to Winnipeg escaped custody at the airport and ran into the nearby woods, where officers couldn't find him, RCMP say ... .
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Man fatally shot by Fremont police pointed gun at officer, police say

The Mercury News 16 Sep 2021
FREMONT — Police officials said Thursday the man an officer fatally shot in late August along a major city roadway was pointing a handgun at the officer and “motioning as if he was pulling the trigger.” ... Police officers developed a plan to approach Johnston in a group to remove the gun from his hand.
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Manitoba sees largest growth in early voting turnout

Canoe 16 Sep 2021
If people cannot get their vote in the mail on time, they can drop it off at their local elections office on election day ... With that in mind, the Winnipeg Sun has created a Headlines newsletter that can be delivered daily to your inbox to help make sure you are up to date with the most vital news of the day.
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Neo Financial announces $64 million Series B raise to accelerate growth

The Marshall News Messenger 15 Sep 2021
It’s an exciting time to grow our team from both our Calgary and Winnipeg offices.” ... This investment follows recent news of Neo’s newly acquired office space in Winnipeg’s Exchange District that will serve as its second headquarters, in addition to its downtown Calgary office.
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Plan for Esplanade Riel space faces critics but gets approval from Winnipeg city council committee

CBC 15 Sep 2021
A proposal to put an office and meeting space into the former restaurant on Winnipeg's Esplanade Riel has drawn criticism from some St. Boniface community organizations, but it passed a vote at city hall Tuesday ... .
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Winnipeg police lay more than 100 charges after seizing $1.5M in drugs

CTV 15 Sep 2021
Officers with the Winnipeg Police Service have laid more than 100 charges following a drug and firearms investigation that resulted in the seizure of more than $1.5 million in illicit drugs and numerous firearms ... .
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Manitoba federal riding profiles - Elmwood-Transcona

Canoe 14 Sep 2021
Andrew Sikorsky photo Photo by Andrew Sikorsky /Winnipeg Sun ... Photo by Handout /Winnipeg Sun ... Ryan Dunbar photo Photo by Ryan Dunbar /Winnipeg Sun ... I served as a police officer with the Winnipeg Police Service for the past 27 years and received the Police Exemplary Service Medal from the Governor General of Canada.
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Man caught driving more than 200 km/h on Manitoba road

CTV 14 Sep 2021
Officers with the Springfield Police Service arrested a Winnipeg man for impaired driving after catching him travelling more than 200 km/h in the Pine Ridge area ... .
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Manitoba federal riding profiles - Saint Boniface-Saint Vital

Canoe 13 Sep 2021
CPC candidate for Winnipeg riding of Saint Boniface-Saint Vital Shola Agboola. My motivation to run for office is my love for Canada ... Liberal candidate for Winnipeg riding of Saint Boniface-Saint Vital Dan Vandal. Photo by Handout /Winnipeg Sun ... To read the profile on Winnipeg South Centre click here.
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Murder trial starts for Winnipeg man accused in stabbing attack of toddler

Canoe 13 Sep 2021
A jury trial has started for a Winnipeg man accused of stabbing to death a ... Police have said officers were called to a home in Winnipeg’s north end on Oct.
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Winnipeg police say spike in number of protests, public gatherings straining service

CBC 11 Sep 2021
The Winnipeg Police Service has sent officers to more than a hundred public protests in the last year, when it would normally would staff 10 to 12 in a year, members of the Winnipeg Police Board heard Friday ... .
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WHERE WERE YOU ON 9/11?: Sun journalists share their recollections of that fateful day

Toronto Sun 10 Sep 2021
... Meredith Ewart, 29, and Peter Feidelberg, 34, originally from Montreal, who were working on the 104th floor of the South Tower, and Christine Egan, 55, a nurse from Winnipeg, who was visiting her brother Michael, 51, at his office on the 105th floor of the World Trade Center.
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WHERE WERE YOU ON 9/11? Sun journalists share their recollections of that fateful day

Toronto Sun 10 Sep 2021
... Meredith Ewart, 29, and Peter Feidelberg, 34, originally from Montreal, who were working on the 104th floor of the South Tower, and Christine Egan, 55, a nurse from Winnipeg, who was visiting her brother Michael, 51, at his office on the 105th floor of the World Trade Center.

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