Police have confirmed they found the body of an adult woman was found near a west end Dumpster on Notre Dame Avenue. Early rumours and reports have a scene that sounds straight out of a Hollywood movie with body parts in a garbage bag.
John Felix, a 22-year-old that dreamed of being a model and joining the army, was found dead on Balmoral Avenue early Saturday morning. Police are treating his death as a homicide.
A 19 year is under arrest after a man was stabbed in a gas station parking lot on Ellice.
If you had problems using your credit or debit card yesterday afternoon, a technical problem shut down the entire Visa network for about 45 minutes.
Skeletal remains were found north of Selkirk on Saturday. Then another search was launched yesterday when another bone was found. RCMP say they don’t know if the bones are animal or human, or if either discovery is related.
A fire at Goodway Express, a shipping business on Brookside Boulevard Sunday night, sent three people, including a fire fighter, to hospital with minor injuries. Fire officials say it started after a generator exploded.
Manitoba’s parks started accepting reservations on the province’s website for provincial campsites today at 7:30 a.m. This summer Manitobans will have to pay to get into provincial parks. $4/ day or an annual fee of $30.
Only seven televised awards were handed out at last night’s William Shatner-hosted Junos, but overall, the big winner were Feist and the Sheepdogs with three Junos each. Winnipeg’s Ken Mode won the very first metal/hard music album of the year award.
The Razzie’s – awards for the worst movies and performances of the year – had a clean sweep. For the first time in Razzie history, one film “won” every single Golden Raspberry handed out: Adam Sandler’s Jack and Jill.