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Brandon, CA
Thursday, January 20, 2022

Break & Enter Suspect Arrested

Source: Brandon Police Service Media Release A 20 year-old male was arrested outside of a premise in the 2100 block Ottawa Avenue at around 8:40 PM Friday evening, after being observed breaking into a room within the complex.  Investigation revealed that the male had forced his way into the building, then broke into a storage…

Manitoba reduces isolation period for most fully vaccinated individuals

The Manitoba government is following the advice of public health officials and making changes to the self-isolation public health order to adapt to the prevalence of rapid antigen tests and to help address the surge in COVID-19 cases caused by the omicron variant, Health and Seniors Care Minister Audrey Gordon announced today. “We need to…

MPI reveals Top 5 Auto Insurance Frauds of 2021

Auto insurance fraud costs Manitoba Public Insurance ratepayers an estimated $50 yearly. A dedicated Special Investigation Unit (SIU) at MPI is committed to investigating suspicious claims and detecting fraudsters on behalf of honest ratepayers. “MPI releases its annual top five fraud list to raise awareness about the costs related to auto insurance fraud,” said Satvir…

Manitoba Ag Days postponed, alternate dates being discussed

The recent Province of Manitoba's updated public health orders, further restricting the capacity of indoor events to 50% capacity with a maximum of 250 people per event, has forced the postponement of the upcoming (January 18th - 20th) Manitoba Ag Days. The announcement was made this morning on their Twitter page. The Board of Directors…

Omicron Variant Spreading in Manitoba, Public Health Orders Updated

The Manitoba government is updating public health orders to reduce the gatherings sizes and put limitations on the sale of liquor to help curb community transmission and protect the capacity of the health-care system as the omicron variant continues to circulate in Manitoba, Premier Heather Stefanson and Dr. Brent Roussin, Manitoba’s chief provincial public health…
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