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Selkirk Avenue rooming house part of historic homicide investigation – CBC

No details provided about what led police to home in North End of Winnipeg Nov 15, 2016 Winnipeg police executed a search warrant in a North End rooming house Tuesday morning in connection with a historic homicide. Const. Jason Michalyshen said new information came to light that led police to execute a search at the […]

by pmnationtalk on November 16, 2016105 Views

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Red ribbons adorn Winnipeg bridges to honour MMIW – CBC

Nov 14, 2016 ‘It’s a gentle reminder to keep these women in your hearts,’ Althea Guiboche says. The next time you cross the Red River in Winnipeg you’ll notice red ribbons adorning bridge beams to honour Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. On Monday, following a drum ceremony, Melissa Paypompee and a small […]

by ahnationtalk on November 15, 201653 Views

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45-year anniversary of Helen Betty Osborne’s murder shows ‘work is never done’ – CBC

Eric Robinson says it’s a time to reflect on people that are still suffering without answers Nov 13, 2016 Helen Betty Osborne had been hanging out with her friends at a café and she was excited for her future. No one will ever know what Osborne could have achieved because the young Cree woman was […]

by ahnationtalk on November 14, 2016132 Views

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I need help Winnipeg’: Christine Wood’s parents aren’t giving up hope – CBC

Nov 10, 2016 Melinda and George Wood search Winnipeg streets nightly for missing daughter George and Melinda Wood have been searching tirelessly for their daughter Christine for 12 weeks. They’ve been taping up posters, handing out flyers and asking people they pass on the street if anyone has seen her. “Oh, we’ve been everywhere in […]

by ahnationtalk on November 10, 2016130 Views

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RCMP divers conduct search for Jennifer Catcheway in Duck Bay – CBC

Divers from Manitoba and Saskatchewan comb a river in Duck Bay for evidence of the missing woman Nov 09, 2016 It’s a day Wilfred Catcheway has been waiting months for. He has finally convinced RCMP to dive a remote river channel in Duck Bay, Man., where he believes they may find the remains of his […]

by pmnationtalk on November 9, 2016135 Views

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Province Reminds Manitobans November is Domestic Violence Prevention Month

November 9, 2016 This Year’s Campaign to Focus on Role of Misogyny: Squires Manitobans are being encouraged to recognize the role of misogyny in domestic violence during Domestic Violence Prevention Month, Sport, Culture and Heritage Minister Rochelle Squires, minister responsible for the status of women, said today. “Although there is no simple explanation for domestic […]

by ahnationtalk on November 9, 201673 Views

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Ray Cormier was spotted burning trash outside apartment connected to Tina Fontaine’s death – CBC

Winnipeg Police forensic officers spend days combing through Elmwood suite connected to Fontaine investigation November 8, 2016 The man charged in the death of Tina Fontaine was seen burning trash outside an Elmwood fourplex just three weeks after the teen’s body was discovered in the Red River, according to a provincial agency report. Raymond Cormier […]

by pmnationtalk on November 8, 201677 Views

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Father remembers son’s last night alive before Winnipeg police shooting – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov 7, 2016  By Scott Edmonds THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG _ The father of a man shot and killed by Winnipeg police told an inquest examining the death he still carries memories of police lights and the body of his son outside their home. “I kept saying, ‘Is he all right? Is he […]

by ahnationtalk on November 7, 201695 Views

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Mother’s 200 km journey ends in Winnipeg with Happy Birthday sung for missing son – CBC

Debra Sinclair’s son Waylon was last seen in Lake St. Martin First Nation in 2006 Nov 07, 2016 After a 200 kilometre journey, a Manitoba mother gathered with family and friends to mark her missing son’s 28th birthday. “In the beginning it was for myself and my son, like to start the healing process,” Debra […]

by pmnationtalk on November 7, 2016107 Views

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I dream of him coming home’: Family searches for Colten Pratt, 2 years after disappearance – CBC

Police renew calls for tips in man’s disappearance, 2 years ago Sunday Nov 06, 2016 Lydia Daniels often dreams about her son, Colten Pratt, walking through the door. “I dream of him coming home and I’m so happy in those dreams that he’s there and then when I wake up it’s my nightmare, and it’s […]

by ahnationtalk on November 7, 201692 Views

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