Winnipeg cops find loaded gun on fleeing man near Talbot Avenue

Winnipeg police found a loaded gun and took a local man into custody after an incident Sunday night.Police said they were answering a call about a suspicious vehicle near Talbot Avenue and Brazier Street around 10 p.m.They stopped the vehicle and asked one of the people inside to get out of the car — at which point, the man ran off.READ MORE: Winnipeg police find guns in a taxi during traffic stopPolice chased him on foot and eventually took him into custody with the help of a taser. The man…

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‘He didn’t have to go that way’: Brother of slain bus driver gives emotional victim impact

This still from video shows the confrontation between Winnipeg Transit driver Irvine Jubal Fraser, left, and Brian Kyle Thomas. (Court exhibit) The brother of slain Winnipeg Transit driver Irvine Jubal Fraser delivered an emotional victim impact statement in court Monday, telling a judge that Fraser’s violent death has left him feeling empty to this day.  “It’s been two and a half years, and it still feels like it happened this morning. But for what?” Dean Byard told the Winnipeg courtroom.  “We communicated all the time, we were two peas in…

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Judge hears sentencing recommendations for man found guilty of killing bus driver Irvine Jubal Fraser

This still from video shows the confrontation between Winnipeg Transit driver Irvine Jubal Fraser, left, and Brian Kyle Thomas. (Court exhibit) The Crown is asking for a life sentence without parole for 12 years for the man who was convicted of second-degree murder in the death of Winnipeg Transit driver Irvine Jubal Fraser.  Brian Kyle Thomas, 24, was found guilty of the Feb. 14, 2017, fatal stabbing by a jury on Jan. 31, 2019. Thomas had pleaded not guilty; the defence said during the trial there was no doubt Thomas stabbed Fraser,…

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Why vet bills can add up for rescue shelters

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General Ledger Clerk

CLOSING DATE: Monday, June 24 @ 4:30 p.m. Interested applicants are invited to forward a cover letter, resume and include two (2) letters of reference. Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council is seeking a full-time General Ledger Clerk for our Finance Team. Reporting to the Director of Finance, the General Ledger Clerk shall provide assistance to all finance areas associated with Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council and Dakota Ojibway Investments. This position is accountable for creating journal entries, assembling supporting documentation, tracking the contents of accounts, posting entries, verifying and reconciling accounts, processing…

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Police investigating homicide in the area of John M. King School

Winnipeg police are investigating a homicide they say happened in the area of John M. King School Monday morning. CTV News observed a backpack and some clothing on the ground near the West End school’s entrance. Police taped off a large area around the school, as well as parts of the school grounds. Traffic has also been shut down on Agnes Street between Ellice Avenue and Sargent Avenue.  Members of the homicide unit are also on scene.  According to a spokesperson from the Winnipeg School Division, the school is in…

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Fatal shooting near John M. King School may not have been random: police

CTV WinnipegPublished Monday, June 17, 2019 9:39AM CSTLast Updated Monday, June 17, 2019 12:00PM CST Winnipeg police are investigating a homicide they say happened outside of John M. King School Monday morning. Police responded to a report of man shot at approximately 5:50 a.m. They found a man suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to hospital in critical condition but has since died. Const. Rob Carver of the Winnipeg Police Service said the victim was identified, but his name isn’t being released at this time. Carver added that…

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Jets legend on trades: Winnipeg fans shouldn’t take it personally

It’s been a decade since he retired from the NHL, but former Winnipeg Jet Keith Tkachuk is still very much involved in hockey.One of the best American-born players in the league’s history, Tkachuk – who played in Winnipeg from 1992-96 – now has two sons in the NHL … not to mention he just saw another former team, the St. Louis Blues, win their first-ever Stanley Cup.Tkachuk told 680 CJOB he has more anxiety as a hockey dad than he ever did in his own playing days.READ MORE: Jacob Trouba…

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Man dead after shooting in West End

Police say there was a shooting death on Agnes Street. (Lyzaville Sale/CBC) A man found wounded on Agnes Avenue is dead after an early morning shooting Monday in Winnipeg. Police went to Agnes between Sargent and Ellice avenues at about 5:50 a.m. after reports of a shooting. A man with a gunshot wound was rushed to hospital but died. The victim has been identified but police wouldn’t release his name or age Monday, as next of kin had yet to be notified. No arrests have been made, Const. Rob Carver said.  Evidence is…

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Winnipeg police investigate West End homicide

Police say there was a shooting death on Agnes Street. (Lyzaville Sale/CBC) A shooting death in Winnipeg’s West End is the city’s 23rd homicide of the year. The investigation centres on a property on Agnes Street between Sargent and Ellice avenues. No other details have been released, but investigators are expected to provide more information at a news conference at 11 a.m. More from CBC Manitoba: CBC Investigates Winnipeg police search cemetery pond for human remains, medical devices Exclusive ‘I’m freezing to death’: 911 call shows compassionate RCMP response to asylum…

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