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Family of Indigenous woman critical of police investigation into her death – Todayville.com

WINNIPEG — The family of a 22-year-old Indigenous woman found unclothed and injured in a train yard is criticizing how Winnipeg police investigated her death. Police say Jaeda Vanderwal died from blunt force trauma and hypothermia after being struck by two trains on Jan. 5. Her family alleges there was evidence pointing to physical and […]

by ahnationtalk on January 17, 20206 Views

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Day-school survivors still seeking justice – Winnipeg Free Press

OTTAWA — Thousands of Indigenous Manitobans have become eligible for payments to compensate them for abuse they suffered in day schools; while thousands of others have been left out because of a jurisdictional issue. The federal Liberals settled a class-action lawsuit involving Indian Day Schools last August. As of today, survivors can apply for compensation, […]

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City of Winnipeg: City awards community safety and crime prevention funding to 23 community groups

Winnipeg, MB – Today, Mayor Brian Bowman announced that 23 community groups will receive funding for community safety and crime prevention activities through the City of Winnipeg’s Community Safety and Crime Prevention (CSCP) program. “I’m pleased to see funding from the new Community Safety and Crime Prevention program being made to support deserving organizations in […]

by ahnationtalk on December 16, 201945 Views

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Zest for making sure bad guys get caught’ at Liquor Marts could mean oversharing with police: privacy expert – CBC

Dec 16, 2019 Civil liberties group says ‘good, rights-respecting policies’ don’t stem from fear The expedited rollout of new security measures at Manitoba’s Liquor Marts presents the danger that data collected about customers could be misused, or that Indigenous people and marginalized groups may be unfairly targeted, warns a data security expert. “The theoretical risks […]

by ahnationtalk on December 16, 201944 Views

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Bear Clan moving to bigger den in new year – CBC

The original Bear Clan will be moving to a bigger, better den as the safety patrol group prepares to open a second location in Winnipeg this winter, its executive director says. Bear Clan Patrol Inc., a volunteer-driven group based in the inner city, recently moved into its home at 584 Selkirk Avenue — and is […]

by ahnationtalk on December 3, 201962 Views

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Manitoba Police Commission Report Received by Province

December 3, 2019 Ongoing Collaboration Needed Between Business Leaders, Public Safety Experts, Community Organizations and All Levels of Government: Cullen The province has received the Manitoba Police Commission consultation report and recommendations on how to improve safety in downtown Winnipeg, Justice Minister Cliff Cullen announced today. “We committed to Manitobans that we would take immediate […]

by ahnationtalk on December 3, 201961 Views

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Bear Clan to Launch in Portage la Prairie with Provincial Investment

November 29, 2019 PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE—The Manitoba government is proud to join the RCMP and community partners to announce the launch of a new Bear Clan patrol group in Portage la Prairie, which will continue to expand this organization’s important work focused on community safety and wellness, Justice Minister Cliff Cullen and Indigenous and Northern […]

by ahnationtalk on November 29, 201936 Views

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Manitoba Government Announces ‘Operation Safe Streets’ to Tackle Liquor Store Thefts

November 28, 2019 Manitoba Justice Formalizing Process with Police, Retail Security Partners: Cullen, Wharton The Manitoba government is formalizing its ongoing collaboration on retail thefts with law enforcement partners, in consultation with Manitoba Liquor Lotteries and other stakeholders through Operation Safe Streets, Justice Minister Cliff Cullen and Crown Services Minister Jeff Wharton announced today. “We […]

by ahnationtalk on November 28, 201946 Views

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Manitoba to Fund New Crime Reduction Teams with a Focus on Rural Crime

November 26, 2019 New $1.9-Million Investment Supports Expansion of Specialized Enforcement Teams: Cullen The Manitoba government will invest $1.9 million annually to support the expansion of Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) crime reduction and enforcement teams throughout the province including related policing investments with the goal of improving public safety for rural Manitobans, Justice Minister […]

by ahnationtalk on November 26, 201928 Views

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Family’s lawsuit says racial discrimination in military to blame for soldier’s death – CBC

Cpl. Nolan Caribou died by suicide in 2017 during training exercise, following allegations he was harassed Nov 25, 2019 The mother of a Manitoba soldier who died in 2017 is suing the federal government for negligence in the death of her son. Cpl. Nolan Caribou, 26, died by suicide in November 2017 while at CFB […]

by ahnationtalk on November 25, 201930 Views

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