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Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Province commits $16M to PCH training, recruitment

More than $16 million in new funding will be invested this year to expand staffing and training in personal care homes (PCHs), aligned with the Manitoba government’s commitment to fulfill all recommendations of the Stevenson Review, Seniors and Long-Term Care Minister Scott Johnston and Health Minister Audrey Gordon announced today. “Our government will continue to…

Suspects charged after police cruiser rammed

Source: BPS News Release On June 16, 2022, police attempted to conduct a traffic stop in the laneway of the 800 block of Rosser Ave at 4:23 pm.  A passenger got out of the vehicle and began to walk towards the cruiser.  When the officer got out of the cruiser, the suspect driver reversed their…

Crime Stoppers Wanted and Crime of the Week for June 17, 2022

“CRIME STOPPERS WANTED” for: June 17th, 2022 The Brandon Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating this person who is: “WANTED BY POLICE” Daniel William Ray MATEYCHUK (41 yrs)  FOR  Failing to Attend Court While on charge for disobeying a court order and drug related charges, the accused, Daniel MATEYCHUK, failed to attend…

Police investigate serious assault

Source: BNPS News Release On June 14, 2022 shortly after 6:00 am, police attended to a report of a serious assault in a residence on Acadia Blvd. Police discovered a 39-year-old male alone at the scene with significant injuries caused by multiple suspects who left prior to police arrival.  The victim was transported via ambulance…

Landmarks Around the Province to Be Illuminated in Red on June 16th

This Thursday, June 16th, landmarks across the province are turning red in honour of 100 years of Easter Seals in Canada! Manitoba Possible, the provincial affiliate of Easter Seals Canada, is partnering with some of the provinces most recognized and beloved landmarks to celebrate the valuable contributions and leadership of Canadians with disabilities, and to highlight…
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