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The Hidden Dangers of Radiofrequency Technology in Winnipeg

Anne Appeal to Winnipeggers: Say No to the New Water Meters! by Anne Thompson Winnipeg is planning to install new water meters that use wireless technology to transmit data. These water meters use radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic fields (EMF) to communicate with a central system. While the city claims that these water meters are safe, efficient, Read More…

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Anne Other Plea for Justice: Addressing Elder Abuse in Canada

Anne Open Letter to the United Nations Independent Expert on the enjoyment of human rights by older persons by Anne Thompson Dear Ms. Claudia Mahler, Thank you for receiving this letter.  I regret that I have to write to you about this urgent and serious matter. I feel compelled to write to you because I Read More…

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SABE, An Indigenous-led, Trauma-Informed Project Launches in Winnipeg’s Osborne Village

SABE, An Indigenous-led, Trauma-Informed Project Launches in Winnipeg’s Osborne Village A new provincially funded pilot project with the purpose of providing trauma-informed support and safety services was started today to Winnipeg’s Osborne Village. SABE Peace Walkers will be leading the project with the team focusing on Indigenous-led non-violent crisis interventions. A trauma-informed approach will be Read More…

The race to become Winnipeg’s next mayor continues with fourteen candidates now in the running!
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Crowded Field With 14 Candidates Running For Winnipeg’s Mayor

The race to become Winnipeg’s next mayor continues with fourteen candidates now in the running! The current list of candidates includes: Jennifer Motkaluk Don Woodstock Christopher Clacio Scott Gillingham Rick Shone Robert-Falcon Ouellette Shaun Loney Idris Ademuyiwa Adekakun Rana Bokhari Desmond Thomas Glen Murray Jessica Peebles Kevin Klein Govind Thawani Gowind Thawani became the 14th Read More…

Sports Trending Western Canada

Little BALLERS, Winnipeg’s Premier Basketball Program For Toddlers To Age 8

Little BALLERS Manitoba, a grassroots basketball program for kids, was founded in the Spring of 2022 by co-owners Amy Barlow and Chad Celaire. Amy and Chad are parents to toddlers and preschool-age children and love the outdoors including engaging in recreational activites. Together, Amy and Chad started to work on launching Little BALLERS in the Read More…

In June, Michelle Hansling filed a report with police against a Unicity taxi driver accusing him of sexually assaulting her in the North End while she was intoxicated.
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Navmeet Kang, Winnipeg Taxi Driver Cleared in Sexual Assault Case

In June, Michelle Hansling filed a report with police against a Unicity taxi driver accusing him of sexually assaulting her in the North End while she was intoxicated. Last month, Michelle Hanslip shared with CBC News that she had been assaulted, left naked and bruises blocks away from her home on the morning of June Read More…

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Storm, An Indigenous-Focused Basketball Club Shapes Tomorrow’s Leaders

Culley Kipling aims to provide young Indigenous boys with leadership skills through basketball to help them become strong and resilient men. Culley Kipling started the Junior Storm Basketball Program as part of the Manitoba Aboriginal Sports and Recreational Council (MASRC), to connect with Indigenous youth throughout the city and from rural Manitoba. He aims to Read More…

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One Dead, Three Injured and 17-Year-Old Arrested in Manitoba Highway Crash

“It is time to realize this is about people making choices, and some of those choices have cost people their lives.” A 17-year-old man from Winnipeg has been arrested after he caused a fatal crash on Monday which killed one man and injured three others. Around 10:30 p.m. on Monday, RCMP officers were called to Read More…

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Homicides, Gun Violence And Hate Crime Occurrences Remain High in Winnipeg, Manitoba

With the growing violence in Winnipeg, Manitoba there are concerns about whether the city is safe to live in. The Winnipeg Police Service has released their 2021 Statistical Report, including the crimes reported to the authorities in Winnipeg. The report summarized that calls to the Police Communications Centre have increased by almost 10 per cent Read More…

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Carriera Lamoureux Paving a Legacy for Indigenous Women in Sport and Excellence

Carriera Lamoureux, the first Indigenous female to officiate basketball in Manitoba, paves the way for young women in Winnipeg to reach for success through her active leadership in the community. Lamoureux spent most of her formative years living in Winnipeg’s North end, an experience she shares molded her into the person she is today. After Read More…