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Resident who set fire at Morberg House while suffering meth psychosis is welcome to return to shelter
A man who set fire to a room in a transitional housing shelter will be allowed to return to live there — once he completes an addiction recovery program.
'I felt like something broke in my head': Winnipeg singer recovering after brain aneurysm bursts on stage
A Winnipeg singer is recovering after an aneurysm burst in her brain as she was performing on stage on January 6th. Lisa Lester was at Jekyll and Hyde's in Osborne Village as part of a birthday party show for a musician friend of hers
Loud music complaints from bars ignored in Exchange District, says resident
The city of Winnipeg says the current by-law on the books is enough to deal with noise complaints, but one Exchange District resident wants to see loud patios face the music.
'Anyone with a pulse' can pass: Semi-trailer driving tests in Canada too easy, instructors agree
A driving instructor says he and others are knowingly sending hundreds of ill-prepared semi drivers onto Canada’s highways, grid roads and city streets every year.