exclusive Health Canada tells Winnipeg it can't fog with years-old malathion

Health Canada has told the City of Winnipeg to stop using its stock of malathion to fog for nuisance mosquitoes because the chemical is too old. Jul 22

Dead client not seen for 4 days, agency logs reveal

It’s not clear how long an autistic man was dead in his apartment before his service providers discovered his body — four days after they’d last visited him, client logs show. Jul 20 video

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Winnipeg Police Service lags behind city's racial diversity

Indigenous people and members of visible minority groups make up nearly a third of Winnipeg’s population, yet those groups compose only about 18 per cent of the city’s police officers, a CBC News analysis has found. Jul 14 video

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