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Shooting in Elmwood|
Police are investigating a shooting that
occurred Monday afternoon in Elmwood.
City doing best it can with sidewalk plowing|
The city is doing the best it can with
sidewalk snow clearing but a
burgeoning metro area that continues
to expand outwards may be in need of
expensive equipment investment soon,
city hall's public works committee
Pretending crime in core area doesn't exist won't make it go away|
Winnipeg police say they've been
challenged by the public to do more to
combat crime in the downtown area,
reiterating that crime in the core
area is still higher than it is in
other parts of the city. That's
according to the WPS' amended 2015-19
strategic plan headed to the Winnipeg
Police Board's meeting on Friday.
Botched bank job nets robber jail time|
Taking place as it did after a long night of boozing and drugging, Jeffrey Summerfield's attempted robbery of a Winnipeg bank went just as one might think it would.
Cemeteries taxed to death, Eadie says|
The city's rising frontage levy is
running the risk of taxing cemeteries
death and increasing the likelihood of
tasking ratepayers to resurrect them.
Heavy police presence on College Avenue|
College Avenue was closed between Arlington and Sinclair for several hours Saturday morning as the result of a police raid involving numerous units including the police armoured vehicle.
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Winter inching back to normal|
After the winter storms of late
December, Winnipeggers are being treated
to more normal temperatures for early